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The Buhari/Masari Agenda 2019, a Katsina-based political association, has commenced tour of the 34 local government areas in the state to sensitise the electorate on the importance of possessing permanent voter cards and re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari and Gov. Aminu Masari in the 2019 general elections.
Syrian state media denies reports of an attack on Damascus international airport as residents of the area said they heard the sound of explosions on Sunday night
Federal Government launches its Public Service Learning Management System (PSLMS) to cater to the learning needs of civil servants across Nigeria
All is now set for Cycling FCT 2019 that will further create cycling infrastructure platforms, entrench cycling as a culture, a way of life that will change lifestyle and improve health in Nigeria, organisers say
House wife tells the customary court sitting in Abeokuta, Ogun State, that if the court failed to dissolve her marriage to her husband, she might end up killing him
Anambra Governor Willie Obiano charges lawyers in the state to uphold their ethical standard and always play according to the rule of law to promote and foster cause of justice and professional standard
International Criminal Court (ICC) says despite trials of Boko Haram suspects by the federal government, there are limited number of cases against high-level terrorist commanders in Nigeria
Fresh facts have emerged how the kidnapped staff and students of Osun State College of Technology, Esa-Oke were released by the Fulani herdsmen that kidnapped them.
A Yaba Magistrates’ Court in Lagos, on Wednesday, sentenced a 47-year-old man, Augustine Opone, to seven years imprisonment for impersonating a Superintendent of Police serving at Federal SARS Force.
The Ekiti State government warned the principal of Ado Grammar School, Ado Ekiti, Ebenezer Faluyi, on Monday after he was summoned for collecting unauthorised fees and other levies from students.
DR Congo's president Joseph Kabila says he’s stepping down after this month's election but doesn't rule out seeking the presidency again in future