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The Online Publishers Association of Nigeria (OPAN) has expressed concern over claims by the Nigeria Police Force that two of its members conspired to commit terrorism offences and cybercrime because they approved an opinion article on their website which the police see as uncomplimentary and offensive.
The General Overseer and Presiding Pastor of Freedom Foundation Apostolic Revival International Ministry (FARIM), Prophet Sam Ojo (Omolojujesu), has asked Nigerian youths to be faithful and show positive conduct, as they remain the torchbearers to take over from retiring politicians, who are set to leave the saddle for them.
The Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps, Brigadier-General Suleiman Kazaure, has advised corps members to embrace and explore the four cardinal points of the scheme.
The EFCC on Wednesday charged one Chimezie Chuta before a Federal High Court in Lagos for alleged cybercrime.
Stakeholders in education sector have showered encomiums on the senator representing Oyo North Senatorial district in the National Assembly, Sen. Abdulfatai Buhari, for his educational support initiative.
The Senate Committee on ICT and Cybercrime on Tuesday said that the current law on cybercrime in Nigeria needs to be reviewed to meet the standard in developed countries.
President Muhammadu Buhari has assured the international community of Nigeria’s firm and unshaken commitment to democracy in the country and the African continent.
The Senate Committee on Information Communication Technology, ICT, and Cybercrime has vowed to expose and impose sanction on commercial banks used to perpetuate the fraud by the ponzi scheme – Mavro Mondial Movement, MMM, which collapsed last year, robbing investors of stupendous amount of money.
Mr. Tayo Adewusi, Coordinator, Africa Digital Forum and Awards (ADA), on Sunday in Lagos said that cyber security had become a crucial factor to business growth.
The All Progressives Congress has described the late Senator Ali Wakili as a vibrant grassroots politician, who distinguished himself during his work in the Nigeria Customs Service and as a federal lawmaker.
A federal government delegation on Sunday visited Bauchi to commiserate with the state government and family of Ali Wakili (APC), the senator representing Bauchi South, who died on Saturday.
The Kano State Ministry of Justice has inaugurated a 16-member committee to ensure successful introduction of a new Criminal Procedure bill to be approved by the State Executive Council.
Russian President Vladimir Putin won a new six-year term in a presidential election Sunday, according to a state-run exit poll, extending two decades in power that have brought confrontation with the West, military entanglements in the Middle East and economic growth followed by stagnation at home.
Ekiti State Governor, Chief Ayodele Fayose, has charged elder statesmen in the country not to keep quiet in the face of poor governance and leadership, but rather keep public officers on their toes by demanding good governance and accountability from them.
The anti-open grazing bill sent to the Edo State House of Assembly by the Peoples Democratic Party has sparked a fresh row between the party and the ruling All Progressive Congress.
Sheik Ahmed Tsoho-Ikara, Executive Secretary, Kaduna State Muslim Pilgrims Welfare Board, on Tuesday said only 1, 500 intending pilgrims, representing 22.62 per cent, have made part payment for the 2018 Hajj in the state.
Britain, France, Germany and the United States condemned a nerve agent attack on a Russian ex-spy and his daughter, saying there was “no plausible alternative explanation” to Moscow’s involvement.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has grilled the General Manager of Borno State Rural Water Supply Agency (RUWASA) over allegation of diversion of N691 million water project fund for IDPs housing estate.
A pro-democracy group, Nigerian Intervention Movement (NIM) has urged Nigerians to get their Permanent Voters Cards (PVCs) ahead of the 2019 general elections.