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The Federal Government has said that continuation of work on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway will depend on budget virement proposal pending before the National Assembly.
The leader of a pro-Biafran group that wants to break away from Nigeria failed to show up in court on Tuesday as his treason trial resumed, an AFP reporter said.
Zimbabwe has banned imports of fruit and vegetables with immediate effect to preserve scarce foreign exchange, the agriculture minister said on Tuesday.
A first class traditional ruler in Nasarawa State, Dr Ayuba Audu, has advised parents against early marriage of their female children to enable them acquire quality education.
President Hassan Rouhani of Iran on Tuesday welcomed European Union’s support for his country’s nuclear deal with international powers, in spite President Donald Trump casting doubt on the U.S. commitment to the agreement.
President Jacob Zuma of South Africa has appointed a close confidant to be energy minister on Tuesday as his government tries to push through one of the biggest nuclear deals in decades.
A group of officers of the Nigeria Prison Service, NPS, has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to suspend the Comptroller-General of Prisons, Ahmed Jafaru, for alleged abuse of office and insubordination.
FIFA has said it will not act on Ghana’s complaint about refereeing, in a 2018 World Cup qualifying match at Uganda last weekend.
Eyitayo Jegede, governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the Ondo state 2016 election, has lauded the Corruption and Financial Crime Cases Trial Monitoring Committee (COTRIMCO) recently set up by Walter Onnoghen, Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN).
The Federal High Court in Lagos on Friday ordered the temporary forfeiture of a total of N1.442,384,857.84bn found in the bank accounts of three firms, which allegedly impersonated the consultants engaged by the Nigerian Governors’ Forum to analyse the Paris/London Club Loans refunds due to the states.
The Bishop of Sokoto, Matthew Hassan Kukah, said the Catholic Church in Nigeria is beginning to lose its public influence partly because of the decline of religious faith in the Western world.