The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has corrected the erroneous reporting, in a section of the media, of his post-FEC press briefing on Wednesday (26April), noting he never said the President is to work from home henceforth.
Miffed by the absence of President Muhammadu Buhari from the weekly Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting for the third time, the Constitutional Lawyer and Human Rights activist, Mike Ozekhome, SAN, has urged the Presidency to come and tell Nigerians clearly the state of Buhari’s health.
PAULETTE ORJIME, Abuja
National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has urged all State Governments to be responsive to their statutory obligations towards the Scheme.
The House of Representatives has given the police 24 hours to return all documents relating to the 2017 appropriation bill allegedly carted away from the residence of a senator, Danjuma Goje, who heads the Senate Committee on Appropriations.
A Federal High Court in Lagos on Wednesday ordered a temporal forfeiture of $5.8 million belonging to a former First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, to the Federal Government.
Sellers and buyers of permanent voter’s cards risk two years jail term and a N500,000 fine, according to Abubakar Sadiq, INEC Administrative Secretary in Sokoto State.
Alfred Aderibigbe, a medical assistant with a community health center in Ede, Osun State, has been arrested by the Police for allegedly causing the death of Isiaka Adeleke, a senator and former governor of the state, on Sunday.
For the second time in two days, the arraignment of the six suspects arrested in connection with the Ile-Ife communal clash could not hold on Wednesday at the Osun State High Court.
An aide to Governor Rauf Aregbesola who was attacked at the burial of late senator, Isiaka Adeleke, on Monday, Idiat Babalola, on Tuesday said her attackers picked on her simply over unfounded rumors that she wants to be deputy governor after the current tenure of the governor.
Wife of the Governor of Lagos State, Mrs. Bolanle Ambode on Wednesday advised mothers and mothers-to-be, to do all within their powers to prevent malaria rather than cure it.