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Nigus Enfinity, an indigenous firm, says it will introduce electric vehicles into the Nigerian automobile market in 2018 and that its local assembly plant for electric vehicles will be ready in 2020.
Indonesian authorities are searching for two dozen inmates who escaped from a prison by sawing through the iron bars of a ventilation window, police said Monday.
Thirteen governorship aspirants on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 elections in Benue State, Monday opposed the return moves by Governor Samuel Ortom to their party.
Some domestic election observer groups have called for prosecution and punishment of anyone caught for vote-buying in future elections in the country.
Following the death of seven worshippers in a bomb explosion during morning prayers at a mosque in Konduga Local Government Area of Borno State, the military said it was doing everything possible to end the reign of terror by Boko Haram terrorists.
After the stunning announcement of Mesut Ozil's retirement from international football after a career including Germany's triumph at the 2014 World Cup, we look at the key moments that culminated in his bombshell announcement on Sunday evening.
The Director General of the Kayode Fayemi Campaign Council, Honourable Opeyemi Bamidele, has dismissed rumours of his death at a London Hospital.
FC Porto have completed the signing of Super Eagles forward Kelechi Nwakali on a season-long loan deal from Arsenal.
After series of crises that marred the congress elections of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Imo State, the party, on Monday, elected a new State Chairman, Mr. Daniel Nwafor, at a well attended state Congress held openly at the Imo International Convention Centre (IICC), Owerri.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) criticised a Morocco court on Wednesday for sentencing a prominent journalist to three years in prison on a "dubious charge" relating to a northern protest movement.
The founder of Odua People’s Congress, OPC, Frederick Fasehun, has revealed why Yoruba leaders don’t listen to warning from former President Olusegun Obasanjo.