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The UN Human Rights Council voiced alarm on Friday at serious violations in the Democratic Republic of Congo's restive Kasai region, and agreed to send experts to assess whether Kinshasa is making recommended changes.
Politicians must get behind a “practical plan” for Brexit, the boss of engineering giant Rolls-Royce has said.
Mr Hyginus Omeje, the Federal Road Safety Corps Sector Commander in Lagos State has said that the traffic gridlock around Apapa Port may linger for a while.
A joint military operation by UN and Congolese troops to rout rebel forces from their strongholds in the Ebola-hit northeast Democratic Republic of Congo has "achieved quite significant results" and is still under way, the UN peacekeeping chief said on Friday.
Mr Bello Adedayo, the President of branch of Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) on Saturday tasked Federal Government to establish cyber security firm that would check cyber crime and data theft in the country.
Iraq’s new President Barham Saleh made his first official visit to neighbouring Iran on Saturday, calling for “a new order in the region”.
The Peoples Democratic Party has cautioned the Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, over his unguarded comment on its vice presidential candidate, Peter Obi.
A 42-year-old man, Jide Oyedele, on Friday, appeared in an Ikorodu Magistrate’s Court, Lagos for alleged theft of pickup van motor engine and other spare parts worth N550,000.
Chairman South East Governors forum and Governor Ebonyi State, David Umahi, has condemned in totality the statement made by the Minister of Labour, Chris Ngige, over the minimum wage, saying N30,000 is not enough for a family of four.
Akeredolu made the call in Akure when a delegation of the Ondo Boys High School Alumni Association visited him.
The All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has suspended three of its lawmakers for allegedly spearheading the campaign to change the leadership of the Anambra State House of Assembly.