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Members of the Southern Cameroon have accused the Nigerian government through the office of the National Security Adviser of abducting the President of its interim government including eleven other members of his cabinet.
Two weeks after their arrest in Abuja, Cameroonian separatists have alleged that they have been denied access to their lawyer and family members.
The Lagos State Government says it will henceforth fast-track the payment of gratuity and pension to retirees living with terminal diseases.
President of the United Nations General Assembly María Fernanda Espinosa Saturday called on countries to forge uncommon partnerships to tackle rising conflicts and displacements across the world.
AC Milan has been fined €12 million by Uefa and threatened with a one-season ban from European competition for breaking financial fair play rules.
Lobi Stars attacker, Sikiru Alimi says Lobi Stars CAF champions league opponents Gor Mahia are not a pushover but insists his side want to make it into the group stage of the competition.
There were some moments of wrangling in Nigeria’s first TV debate on Friday night among political party candidates ahead of the February 16 presidential election.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said his Ministry will soon produce a compendium of the festivals across the country as part of efforts to boost tourism and showcase the country’s diverse cultures.
Lagos State House of Assembly on Monday condemned the increasing rate of armed robbery on Lagos roads, especially in traffic gridlock, and called for undercover police to curb the situation.
President Muhammadu Buhari receives condolence message and assurance of support in fight against terrorism from King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein of Jordan, who prayed for peace and calm in Nigeria, and throughout African region
A U.S. federal judge in Texas ruled Friday that the health care law known as Obamacare is unconstitutional — a ruling that excited President Donald Trump, but which opposition Democrats vowed to appeal.
The Akwa Ibom Police Command says it has deployed no fewer than 2,000 personnel to strategic locations across the state to ensure a hitch-free Christmas celebration.