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77 Regular Recruits
The Lagos State Government on Thursday informed interested indigenes of the State that the online registration for the 77 Regular Recruits Intake screening exercise for Trades/Non Tradesmen and women into the Nigerian Army that commenced from 29th of December 2017 will end on the 9th February 2018.
The African Centre for Media and Information Literacy (AFRICMIL) has commended the court judgment nullifying the suspension of a member of House of Representatives, Abdulmumin Jibrin.
Super Eagles winger, Moses Simon, is confident that he will shrug off the thigh injury he sustained in his second training session with the Super Eagles in Uyo and be be fit to play against England in an international friendly match.
Musician, Tekno, and his long standing girlfriend, Lola Rae, have been blessed with a beautiful baby girl.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets in Nicaragua over the weekend, blocking roads as at least eight more people were killed in a 24-hour period.
An American and his wife held nearly two years in a Venezuelan jail received a hero’s welcome at the White House as they returned home Saturday following their release — a move by sanctions-hit Caracas in a bid to spur dialogue with Washington.
Suspected kidnap kingpin Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, better known as Evans, on Friday, asked a Lagos high court sitting in Igbosere to quash all the charges filed against him by the Lagos state government.
The Kogi State Government says huge loan servicing is responsible for its inability to pay the salaries of its workers regularly.
The daughter of Martin Luther King has shot down a claim the late icon of the U.S. civil rights movements would have been “proud of” Donald Trump.
A 32-year-old banker, Oyeyemi Mashood Badmus, who allegedly misappropriated a sum of N2.9 million belonging to the customers of his employer, has been charged before an Ilorin Chief Magistrates’ Court.
The Cross River Commissioner for Sports, Asu Okang, says the activities of fraudulent contractors made the state lose the hosting right of the 19th National Sports Festival (NSF).