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Boko Haram terrorists allegedly kill soldiers in fresh ambush in Yobe

Boko Haram terrorists allegedly kill soldiers in fresh ambush in Yobe

Boko Haram terrorists allegedly kill soldiers in fresh ambush in Yobe
Nigerians should expect rains, thunderstorms on Saturday, July 21 - NiMet

Nigerians should expect rains, thunderstorms on Saturday, July 21 - NiMet

NiMet has predicted morning rains over Abuja, Bauchi, Gombe, Lafia, Makurdi, Mambilla Plateau, Bida and Minna axis.The agency also predicted day and night temperatures in the range of 27 to 34 and 18 to 23 degrees celsius.

Nigerians should expect rains, thunderstorms on Saturday, July 21 - NiMet
Federal government to issue another Green Bond to finance 2018 budget - DMO

2018 budget: FG to issue another Green Bond to finance capital projects

The Debt Management Office (DMO) on Friday, July 20, said the federal government would issue another Green Bond to finance capital projects in the 2018 budget before end of the year.Green Bonds are used to raise funds.

2018 budget: FG to issue another Green Bond to finance capital projects
We must not forget Chibok, Dapchi girls’ parents - Former Mauritius president

We must not forget Chibok, Dapchi girls’ parents - Former Mauritius president

Of the 276 girls abducted by members of the same group from the Government Secondary School, Chibok in Borno state on April 14, 2014, the government has been able to secure the release of many, but more than 100 are missing.

We must not forget Chibok, Dapchi girls’ parents - Former Mauritius president
230 stranded Nigerians in Russia to be evacuated

230 stranded Nigerians in Russia to be evacuated

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has said that Nigerians stranded in Moscow, Russia at the end of the 2018 World Cup Tournament would be evacuated on Friday according to a statement by Dr Tope Elias-Fatile on Thursday.

230 stranded Nigerians in Russia to be evacuated
Nigeria receives 29 deportees from 6 European countries

29 Nigerians deported from 6 countries in Europe over immigration irregularities

Some Nigerians were on Thursday, July 19, deported from six European countries over irregularities related to immigration offences. They were deported from Austria, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany, Norway and Lithuania.

29 Nigerians deported from 6 countries in Europe over immigration irregularities
Top Boko Haram member gives powerful revelation about kidnap, release of Chibok girls

We were paid N30,000 each for participation in abduction of Chibok girls - Top Boko Haram member makes revealing confession

A high-profile member of the Boko Haram killer gang, Mayinta Modu, has confessed to the police command in Maiduguri, the Borno state capital, that he was paid N30,000 for the abduction of the Chibok girls in 2014.

We were paid N30,000 each for participation in abduction of Chibok girls - Top Boko Haram member makes revealing confession
110 Nigerian students hit jackpot as US awards N2 billion scholarships

US varsities award N2 billion scholarships to 110 Nigerian students

Through its cohort and opportunity programmes, the centres’ advisors identify academically talented students from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and assist them in identifying appropriate U.S. institutions.

US varsities award N2 billion scholarships to 110 Nigerian students
Death knell sounded for Boko Haram as Army chief charges soldiers to ‘fight to finish’

Death knell sounded for Boko Haram as Army chief charges soldiers to ‘fight to finish’

Lt Gen Tukur Buratai says there is no going back in operations to completely eliminate Boko Haram elements in the north-east. He informed troops that they had no cause for alarm as the insurgents could be picked by hand.

Death knell sounded for Boko Haram as Army chief charges soldiers to ‘fight to finish’
Nigeria will not forget your excellent leadership - Buhari mourns late former IGP

Nigeria will not forget your excellent leadership - Buhari mourns late former IGP

President Muhammadu Buhari has commiserated with the family, government and people of Katsina state over the demise of his classmate and former Inspector-General of Police, Alhaji Ibrahim Coomassie, who died on Thursday.

Nigeria will not forget your excellent leadership - Buhari mourns late former IGP
Update post-UTME candidates’ lists - JAMB urges institutions

Post-UTME: JAMB urges institutions to update candidates’ lists

The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board on Thursday urged all institutions preparing for post-UTME and other processes leading to admissions to update their candidates’ list from the Central Admission Processing System.

Post-UTME: JAMB urges institutions to update candidates’ lists
UK Prime Minister Theresa May escapes assassination attempt

UK Prime Minister Theresa May escapes assassination attempt

A 20-year-old British man identified as Naa’imur Rahman has been found guilty of plotting to kill Theresa May in an attack on Downing Street, where he intended to behead her.Rahman was caught by first detonating an explosive.

UK Prime Minister Theresa May escapes assassination attempt
Plateau killing: IDPs beg NECO to reschedule paper after missing exam

Plateau killing: IDPs beg NECO to reschedule paper after missing exam

Some candidates of the National Examination Council, said on Thursday, July 19 who could not write some papers due to the recent Plateau killings in the state have pleaded with the council to re-conduct the examinations.

Plateau killing: IDPs beg NECO to reschedule paper after missing exam
Nigerian governors worried over minimum wage, FAAC

Nigerian governors worried over minimum wage, FAAC

The deadlock in the meeting of Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) and the issue of national minimum wage were some of the troubling issues that occupied Nigerian governors on Wednesday, July 18 in Abuja.

Nigerian governors worried over minimum wage, FAAC
How Boko Haram has hindered demarcation of Cameroon-Nigeria border - UN reveals

How Boko Haram has hindered demarcation of Cameroon-Nigeria border - UN reveals

The UN says the demarcation of the Cameroon-Nigeria border is being hindered by the Boko Haram terrorist group. The global body says it continues to support diplomatic, security and humanitarian responses to the terrorist group.

How Boko Haram has hindered demarcation of Cameroon-Nigeria border - UN reveals
Prosecute those killing us in South Africa - Nigerians cry out

Prosecute those killing us in South Africa - Nigerians cry out

Troubled by frequent killings of Nigerians, the Nigerian Union in South Africa has called for the arrests and prosecution of killers. The union president, Adetola Olubajo, blamed the incessant killings on lack of prosecution.

Prosecute those killing us in South Africa - Nigerians cry out
Breaking: Oyo polytechnic workers begin indefinite strike

Unpaid salaries: Oyo polytechnic workers begin indefinite strike

Gbenga Olayiwola, the institution’s Public Relations Officer, told journalists on Wednesday, July 18, that the strike was mainly over on-payment of salaries, adding that the management was evolving means of resolving the problem.

Unpaid salaries: Oyo polytechnic workers begin indefinite strike
Judiciary declares 7 days mourning as Buhari, Jonathan, others mourn former chief justice

Judiciary declares 7 days mourning as Buhari, Jonathan, others mourn former chief justice

President Muhammadu Buhari in a statement by his senior special assistant, Garba Shehu,condoled with the family and friends of former Chief Justice of Nigeria, Aloysius Katsina-Alu, who passed away on Wednesday, July 18.

Judiciary declares 7 days mourning as Buhari, Jonathan, others mourn former chief justice
Ortom is not leaving APC - Party's national vice chairman boasts

We have already taken proactive steps, Governor Ortom is not leaving APC - National vice chairman

Suleiman Wambai, north central national vice chairman of All Progressives Congress (APC) said Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State is not leaving the party. He said the party has taken proactive measures to the issue.

We have already taken proactive steps, Governor Ortom is not leaving APC - National vice chairman
Good news as INEC extends voters registration exercise to weekends, public holidays

Good news as INEC extends voters registration exercise to weekends, public holidays

INEC said the decision to extend the registration period was reached at commission’s meeting with Resident Electoral Commissioners from all the states and Federal Capital Territory (FCT) which reviewed the nationwide exercise.

Good news as INEC extends voters registration exercise to weekends, public holidays
Just in: Benue APC publicity secretary resigns, dumps party

Just in: Benue APC publicity secretary resigns, dumps party

In a letter of resignation, dated Wednesday, July, 2018, addressed to the state chairman of the party, Terkula claimed the APC controlled federal government did not represent the interests and yearnings of the people of the state.

Just in: Benue APC publicity secretary resigns, dumps party
It is barbaric and uncivilised - Melaye blows hot over burning down of school projects

It is barbaric and uncivilised - Melaye blows hot over burning down of school projects

Senator Dino Melaye (APC- Kogi West) on Wednesday, July 18, strongly condemned the burning down of a block of four classrooms he donated to Government Girls Secondary School, Sarki Noma, Lokoja by unknown arsonists.

It is barbaric and uncivilised - Melaye blows hot over burning down of school projects
Miyetti Allah reacts to alleged planned attack on Cross River people

Miyetti Allah reacts to alleged planned attack on Cross River people

The Cross River State Branch of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria has debunked rumours that Fulani herdsmen were planning to attack residents of Obanliku Local Government Area of Cross River.

Miyetti Allah reacts to alleged planned attack on Cross River people
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