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403 Flying Training School
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) says it has graduated four fighter pilots from its 403 Flying Training School (403 FTS) in Kano State.
The Nigeria Air Force (NAF) has pledged to continue to give top priority to the training and retraining of its personnel for effective performance.
The human rights lawyer, Chidi Anselm Odinkalu, has called on Nigerians across the world to mourn those who have been killed in recent times.
It has emerged that a meeting of aggrieved members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was held on Wednesday where the participants weighed several options, with majority backing the idea of a mass defection from the ruling party.
Despite reports of an Ebola Virus out-break in their country, Nigeria’s Super Eagles are fully focussed on their upcoming friendly against the Leopards.
The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited has confirmed four leak points on its 24” Trans Ramos Pipeline in the swamps of Western Niger Delta, said a statement by a spokesperson for the company on Friday.
Another person has died in Congo of a confirmed case of Ebola, bringing the number of fatalities to 12, said the country's health ministry.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission said on Wednesday that it had arraigned the Secretary to the Rivers State Government, Mr. Kenneth Kobani, and a politician from the state identified as Mr. Samuel Okpoko for alleged money laundering.
Having joined PSG from Barcelona in a world record fee just a year back, Neymar is ready to force a move back to Spain in a bid to play for the UEFA Champions League holders and finalist.
Justice Mohammed Aikawa of a Federal High Court in Lagos has dismissed a motion filed by a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Mohammed Dele Belgore, seeking to compel the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to produce a statement written by him on December 28, 2016, which he claimed is being withheld by the commission.
A Catholic priest has been quarantined after being infected with the Ebola virus in the town of Mbandaka in the Democratic Republic of Congo, medical sources said Thursday.
The Medical and Dental Consultants’ Association of Nigeria (MDCAN) says the impression by members of the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) that the nation’s public hospitals were completely paralyzed because of their strike action is false.