Rather than dare the Sahara Desert and the Mediterranean Sea, with scores of lives lost in the process, President Muhammadu Buhari has urged illegal migrants to stay back home, and find ways to improve their personal economies.
Lawyer and social critic, Mr Femi Falana has advised Mr Sam Ortom, governor of Benue state, to use his constitutional powers instead of begging federal government to order the arrest Fulani herdsmen killing people in the state.
The Federal Government approved N280.1million cash payments to former presidents and Heads of State in 2017 to buy cars. Out of the money, N40million had already been released but final releases would tally at “100 per cent.”
The minister of labour and employment Chris Ngige said President Buhari is interested in the well fair of Nigerian workers and that will enhance their salary in the year 2018. He said the minimum wage is a national matter.
An aide to President Muhammadu Buhari has said that the president won’t spend the $1 billion from the nation’s Excess Crude Oil Account, ECA, to fund the fight against insecurity unless he receives approval from the Senate.
In an unprecedented move when many are doubtful of Nigeria police, Nigerians have heaped praises on Lagos State Police Command for their professionalism and protection during the Christmas and New year celebrations.
President Muhammadu Buhari has commissioned Nigeria's first inland dry port located in Kakuri, Kaduna state today, Thursday, January 4. The president reiterated his government's intent to diversify the economy.
Mobile operatives attached to Kaduna Police Command have prevented journalists from assessing the Kaduna inland dry port which is currently being commissioned by President Buhari. One of the policemen also assaulted Taye Elebiyo.
Against the backdrop of ongoing socio-economic hardship in the country, Sen. Shehu Sani ( Kaduna Central) has told President Muhammadu Buhari to be grateful to the masses for enduring the hard times in the last two years.
Group managing director of NNPC Dr Maikanti Baru, on Friday, December 29 said “the pains inflicted on Nigerians by marketers during yuletide was callous.” He said eight more ships with petroleum products berthed various ports.
The Sultan Ibrahim Dasuki Progressive Association in Sokoto state is appealing to the federal government to release the former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col Sambo Dasuki (retd) on bail in compliance with court rulings.
Our attention has been drawn to a message making the rounds on social media of a purported memo by the Honorable Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu to the President on the fuel crises.
It is hypocritical for Governor Yahaya Bello to compare himself to President Muhammadu Buhar, says the former running mate to the late Prince Abubakar Audu in the 2015 governorship election in Kogi state, James Faleke.
President Buhari has set up a 17-man fact-finding mission to bring back Nigerians trapped in Libya.The team may also open talks with Libyan authorities.
Southwest chairman of Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers says that massive loading of petrol was ongoing at different depots in Lagos.
President Muhammadu Buhari has again reacted to the lingering fuel scarcity in the country. The president says that better days are ahead for Nigerians.
The Nigerian army on Monday, December 25, said its troops killed three Boko Haram insurgents and recovered 200 cattle in Borno state, northeast Nigeria.
Nigerian Air Force says 239,349 Internally Displaced Persons have so far benefited from its medical outreach programme between July 2015 and Nov. 2, 2017.
APC National Leader, Sen Bola Tinubu, on Sunday called on Nigerians to support President Muhammadu Buhari to resolve the country’s current economic challenges.
A chieftain of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in Ekiti state, Mr Makinde Araoye over the weekend at Ikere Ekiti empowered 500 indigent senior citizens.
The PDP also called on Nigerians to use the occasion to show love, care and encourage one another regardless of religious, ethnic and political inclinations.
The planned $1billion withdrawal from the Excess Crude Account (ECA) to fight Boko Haram might create fresh crisis between the executive and the legislature.