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Some parents of the missing Yobe girls of Government Girls Science Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe, have expressed their anger over the development by damaging some of the vehicles in the state government's convoy.
This incident happened four days ago, as I speak to you now, not a single official statement came out of this state government. So what kind of government do we have in that state? This is the question I am asking.
The Zamfara state government has disbursed over N200 million to families of victims of the recent gunmen attacks in some communities of the state, adding that efforts are ongoing to address the security challenges in the state.
A chieftain of the APC in Abia state Chibuike Ukauwa has urged President Buhari rearrange his cabinet so that he can make the best of the remaining part of his tenure and fulfil his electoral promises to the people of Nigeria.
The minister of power, works and housing, Babatunde Fashola, has threatened to seek President Buhari's approval to withdraw from the N120 billion Bonny-Bodo road project if the host communities are not willing to cooperation.
The vice chancellor of University of Lagos, Professor Ołuwatoyin Temitayo Ogundipe, has expressed the desire of the institution to have closer ties with the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) in the area of research and development.
In order to keep our esteemed readers updated on the latest national developments, NAIJ.com has undertaken an in-depth analysis and summary of the main headlines of various mainstream Nigerian newspapers for today, February 23.
A group on Monday called for an end to the media trial of a director of finance and account at the federal ministry of power, works and housing, Tumsah Ibrahim and his brother Tijani Tumsah by a presidential panel.
The EU spokesperson for foreign affairs and security policy, Catherine Ray, said in a statement to the federal republic of Nigeria and the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), that abduction of school girls.
Some prominent leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ogun state have urged Governor Ibikunle Amosun to endorse the speaker of the House of Assembly, Suraj Adekunbi as his successor for his loyalty and competence.
The BBOG group said while it welcomes the news of the rescue of the girls, the limited information released to the public on the attack of their school and the girls' rescue clearly raise crucial questions that must be answered.
The U.S. has strongly condemned the abduction of scores of schoolgirls of Government Girls Technical College, Dapchi, Yobe, by suspected Boko Haram terrorists. It relayed its message via the spokesperson for the Dept of State.
The Federal Capital Territory Administration has stated that contrary to reports, the three deceased students of the Local Education Authority Primary School, Kubwa, Abuja, did not die from food poisoning but from meningitis.
The group, Coalition of Civil Society Organizations for Transparency and Good Governance said the swift response of President Buhari and the military led to the rescue of the girls. The group commended the Nigeria army.
The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria on Thursday, February 22, urged the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to quickly address the challenges surrounding the ongoing voter registration exercise in the country.
Cross River state Governor Ben Ayade informed a large gathering of local government workers and their leaders, that he is very excited to be the leader of the state. Subsequently, he allegedly dashed them the sum of N40m.
Governor Ibrahim Gaidam of Yobe state has said that none of the students of Government Girls Science Technical College, Dapchi, in captivity of suspected Boko Haram insurgents, has been rescued. The insurgents raided the school
The former chairman of Nigeria's Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Attahiru Jega, on Thursday, February 22, described some politicians as the greatest threat to democracy in the country.
The Lagos government would now commence immediate evacuation of refuse that had taken over the state for many months now following a final resolution by key players in the environment sector to sheathe their swords.
A landlord has reportedly set his rented house ablaze over the alleged non-payment of rent by a tenant. Idemudia Obamwonyi inherited his late father’s house but became angry after a tenant reportedly failed to pay rent.
The Council of State which met on Thursday, February 22, agreed that funding for agriculture should be increased from the current $200 million to $1 billion to aid diversification and ensure food security, Ibikunle Amosun said.