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The abductors of three Catholic reverend sisters and three aspirants for the convent have demanded a ransom of N20m for their release.
No fewer than 51 adherents of Judaism, comprising 10 females and 41 males who arrested in Umuahia, Abia State, were yesterday arraigned before an Umuahia Magistrate’s Court.
The Rivers women beach volleyball team on Thursday defeated their counterparts from Kaduna 2-0 to win the beach volleyball event of the ongoing 19th National Sports Festival in Abuja.
The Federal Government yesterday laid the foundation of the first gold refinery in Mowe, Ogun State, to enhance the country’s sustainable economic growth.
A member of the Presidential Advisory Committee Against Corruption (PACAC), Professor Etannibi Alemika, says corrupt leaders are preparing their children to take over their positions with a view to continuing to enslave other Nigerians.
Minister of State for Petroleum Resource, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu yesterday said the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government has not spent a dime on the country’s four refineries, an achievement not many have paid attention to.
Twenty-two-year-old British backpacker Grace Millane, who had been missing in New Zealand since last week, was murdered, police said on Saturday.
The INEC boss noted further that “vote-buying is illegal, undemocratic and morally poignant and a threat to the sanctity of the ballot.
Edo Governor Godwin Obaseki advocates for strong institutions, use of technology and change of attitude in fight against corruption, especially in developing countries, which will discourage the ugly act
People’s Trust presidential candidate Gbenga Olawepo-Hashim accuses All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) of playing politics with Nigeria’s stability through the way and manner they are handling the Electoral Act
Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Sokoto says no fewer than 140,000 permanent voters’ cards are yet to be claimed by the electorate in the state