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The Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, yesterday, tasked ambassadors-designate to Japan and Malaysia to work out plans towards strengthening the relationship between Nigeria and the two countries to boost job creation and improve the agriculture sector.
A 37-year-old primary school teacher in Kwara State, Biodun Baba, who was arraigned before a magistrates’ court in Ilorin for allegedly insulting Senate President, Bukola Saraki, on Facebook has narrated how he got into the trouble.
Thousands of women of all ages marched Sunday through Mexico City, demanding justice in the case of a young woman who was kidnapped and murdered.
The Lagos Division of the Court of Appeal has fixed November 3, 2017, to hear the appeal filed by wife of President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience, against the temporary seizure of a sum of $5.9m found in her Skye Bank account.
Minister of Communications, Mr. Adebayo Shittu, has expressed confidence that he would succeed Governor Abiola Ajimobi as governor of Oyo State in 2019.
At least two African table tennis players will feature in the men’s event of the International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF’s) World Cup, for the first time in history.
Diego Costa is a better option for Chelsea than Alvaro Morata, according to Ray Wilkins.
The federal government has declared that the United Labour Congress (ULC) was not yet a registered and recognised Federation of the Trade Unions in the country.
Suspected Boko Haram militants attacked two military locations around the fringes of Sambisa forest early Sunday morning.
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin on Monday said he supported widening the terms for a proposed UN force to protect observers monitoring the conflict in eastern Ukraine, but his proposal was unlikely to get Kiev’s agreement.
The Nigeria Police authority has said normalcy has returned to parts of Abia state where clashes between security agencies and some members of the Indigenous People of Biafra were reported.
She might be finished as a US presidential candidate following her "aching" loss to Donald Trump last November, but Hillary Clinton is not going away quietly.