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Nepal’s Supreme Court on Wednesday stayed a government decree that bans blind people and double-amputees from climbing Everest, weeks before the beginning of the popular climbing season on the world’s highest peak.
A FIFA Ethics Committee judge was arrested on suspicion of corruption in his native Malaysia and has resigned as director of an arbitration service, his lawyer and reports said Wednesday.
A Kano High Court has fixed Thursday, Dec. 6, to rule on whether the state House of Assembly has the power to investigate the bribery allegation against Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje.
The Debt Management Office (DMO) is to speed up the implementation of the Promissory Note Programme and Bond Issuance to settle inherited local debts and contractual obligations due to various categories of creditors, including oil marketers.
Governor Ibikunle Amosun of Ogun State, on Wednesday, presented a budget estimate of N402.63 billion as the 2019 Appropriation Bill to the State House of Assembly.
The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) says it is intensifying efforts to introduce the application of e-assessment for its examinations in the near future.
Otunba Segun Runsewe, Director General, National Council for Arts and Culture, has expressed great admiration and satisfaction at the impressive display of the People’s Republic of China at the ongoing International Arts and Crafts Expo (INAC) holding in Abuja.
Troops under Operation Whirl Punch have neutralised 14 bandits and recovered 422 cows and sheep between October and November, the acting Director of Defence Information (DDI), Brig.-Gen. John Agim, said on Monday in Kaduna.
Wife of former vice president and presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, Mrs. Titi Abubakar, on Wednesday, reacted to the search of her husband by security agents at the airport when he returned from Dubai, last Sunday.
Sen. Enyinnaya Abaribe, representing Abia South in the Senate, on Friday called on the Federal Government to institutionalise peace among the tribes and federating units of the country.
The notorious rumour in circulation on Nigerian streets sounds every bit like a citation from a James Hadley Chase. Chase had a pleasant notoriety with his crime fiction novels that hold you spellbound. With a gloating slide to it, the rumour is trending, with celebrated gusto, about the “death” of the man Nigerians elected into office in May, 2015.