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Police: How Senate stolen mace was recovered under bridge

The police have said the mace that was stolen from the Senate chambers on Wednesday was recovered under the flyover before Abuja city gate.

12 European hostages freed in troubled anglophone Cameroon

Twelve European tourists have been freed after being taken hostage in western Cameroon, where anglophone militants are campaigning for an independent state, the government said on Wednesday.

Police to start raiding Abuja homes for illegal firearms

The police in Abuja on Wednesday notified Abuja residents in possession of unauthorised arms and ammunition to immediate surrender the them before it is too late.

Nigerian Army launches 44-day operation in Benue, Taraba, others

The Nigerian Army said on Wednesday that it will begin Exercise Ayem Akpatuma covering Benue, Taraba, Kogi, Nasarawa, Kaduna and Niger states in order to tackle the cases of kidnappings, herdsmen/farmers’ clashes among others.

Cameroon army repels attack by anglophone separatists

Armed separatists in Cameroon’s troubled anglophone region attacked a village before being repelled by soldiers, security officials said Friday.

Nigerian Army restates aims of Operation Python Dance, says exercise ends Oct. 14

The 82 Division of the Nigerian Army said that its Field Training Exercise Codenamed Exercise EGWU EKE (Python Dance) II, currently going on the South-eastern part of the country will last till 14th October 2017.

Operation Python Dance ends October – Army

Nigerian Army High Command has said that a Field Training Exercise Codenamed Exercise EGWU EKE (Python Dance ) II, which started on 15th September and will last till 14th October 2017.

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NRC cautions public over unauthorised activities, trading on rail tracks

The Nigerian Railway Corporation on Sunday warned the public to stop all unauthorised activities and trading on its tracks in order to end unnecessary killings by trains.

Kingsley Moghalu: Rotational presidencies promoting bad leadership

A presidential aspirant for the 2019 General Elections, Prof. Kingsley Moghalu, has blamed the nation’s poor leadership over the years on a pattern of rotational presidencies between Northern and Southern Nigeria.

Official: Kogi IGR increases to N1 billion monthly

Kogi State Government says its Internally Generated Revenue has improved tremendously from N350 million to N1 billion monthly.

Waste management: Lagos government plans formalised structure for scavengers

The Lagos State Government says it is planning a formalised structure for scavengers so as to ensure proper waste management.

Nasarawa APC declares for President Buhari’s re-election

The Nasarawa State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress has endorsed President Muhammadu Buhari for a second term.