The federal government has warned looters of the national treasury that there will be more prosecutions despite its successes in the anti-corruption war.
FG has blamed the rising prices of food items on officers and men of the Nigerian Army, Nigeria Police and Nigeria Customs Service at road blocks in the country
Annkio Briggs, an environmental and human rights activist in the Niger delta, has said that there is no war in the Niger Delta but people's reaction to neglect.
One Muslim in Ibadan said years ago that he didn’t know what’s wrong with Christians; that we help them to occupy political positions and refused to capitalize.
Recall that the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) was the first to comply with the new rule following the appointment of a Nigerian General Overseer.
The federal government has inaugurated a N700 million government contact centre in Abuja to boost ease of doing business through technological innovations.
The federal government has released fresh information concerning the disbursement of N5000 to poor people saying the World Bank has not released fund yet.
The Newspaper Headlines for Wednesday, January 4 2017 has focused on the war of words between the FG and CAN over the wave of Southern Kaduna killings.
The Federal Government has started the payment of N30,000 monthly stipends for beneficiaries of the N-Power scheme, the job creation programme of Buhari's admin
The federal government has begun free healthcare services to poor Nigerians who are living with certain medical conditions but can't pay for their surgeries.
Abiodun Amos says the federal government’s failure to consider he and his members for amnesty triggered their decision to bomb the 3rd mainland bridge.
The federal government is now incapable of renewing the Group Life insurance coverage for federal civil servants and insurance of its assets nationwide.
The Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) worldwide has asked the world to hold Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna responsible for any attack on indigenes of Niger Delta.
Chief Spanner Francis Okpozo, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Delta state South-South and a second republic senator, is dead.
The federal government has penned down N180 million for social media influencers in the 2017 Budget to help boost the government's battered image next year.
The Nigerian Governors Forum (NGF) has resolved that its members would henceforth adopt three measures in the face of the current challenges facing the country.
The federal government on Thursday, December 15, refused to take responsibility for the nation’s economic woes despite the APC taking responsibility earlier...
The federal government on Thursday, December 9 said it will launch a mobile app that will give update about the achievements of the present administration.
The minister of agriculture, Chief Audu Ogbeh, has said that the federal government will spend N30 billion to develop a agro-industrial hub.