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The federal government has commenced steps to ensure quick commencement of the federal government’s agricultural initiative to provide jobs for 360,000 youths.
The Nigerian immigration service told a Federal High Court in Abuja that Sylvester Ngwuta used two similar standard international passports interchangeably.
An Abuja based pastor, Olumide Akinrinlola in this opinion piece lamented alleged missing funds under Muhammadu Buhari's watch as president of the country.
The NNPC has dismissed reports that it allegedly colluded with some banks to prevent the remittance of some funds into the TSA scheme as directed by the FG.
Osinbajo on Sunday, October 1 declared that the country’s future would be better than its past at the 2017 independence day interdenominational church service.
The federal government on Sunday said it released additional support of N1.64 trillion to states and local governments between 2015 and 2017 to support them.
The United States has called on the President Muhammadu Buhari administration to explore the option of dialogue when resolving internal crisis in Nigeria.
Former spokesperson to immediate past President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, says Prof Itse Sagay, an appointee of President Buhari has vindicated him.
The federal government has been reminded on the need to secure the release of the three UNIMAID staff in the custody of Boko Haram since Tuesday, July 25.
The All Progressives Congress Rebirth 2019, a support group within the party, has raised the alarm that the country was sinking, under the party's watch.
The people of Ugboju community, Otukpo local government of Benue state, have called on the government, to as a matter of urgency, come to their rescue.
This information was announced by the minister of information and culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed via a press statement sent from Kano state to NAIJ.com.
The federal government N-Power programme has released new details for existing beneficiaries who are having payment and other related issues on Thurs,August 24.
Buhari today, Thursday, August 24, received U.S. ambassador to Nigeria, H.E. W. Stuart Symington and U.K. Ambassador to Nigeria H.E., Paul T Arkwright.
The Presidency has advised proponents of restructuring to exercise restraint in their choice of words, saying issues are resolved through established processes.
Challenges facing information security in Nigerian military in their fight against Boko Haram in the northeast region has been attributed to social media.
They blocked all the major highways in Kaduna metropolis, chanting, “Free El-Zakzaky, we demand justice, we are Nigerians” “release El-zakzaky or kill us all.”
The Nigerian Youth Parliament has decried the unguarded and frivolous proclamations by some groups in the country and given the government 13 directives.
A new report indicates that in 10 years, Nigeria accumulated a total of $201.2bn (about N734trillion) in ECA, which it squandered within the same period.
Leaders of protesters demanding for the return or resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari has released a statement to clarify their position on the protest.
The federal government has sued Kola Aluko and Jide Omokore for unlawfully diverting a profit of about $1.8bn due to the NNPC on crude oil which they sold.
The federal government on Monday, July 17, announced that it will soon release a whistle blower policy for the N-Power programme for those making double money.