[Premium Times] The Nigerian government has fired the heads of the six information-related parastatals under the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture.
[Premium Times] The Nigerian Communications Commission is considering a framework for the regulation of over-the-top services in the Nigerian telecoms market.
[This Day] Rice farmers in Nigeria are expected to commence exportation of the product by 2019 when the local consumption would have been met. Country Manager, Afex Commodities Exchange Nigeria, Mr. Ayodeji Balogun, said local farmers in the country wo...
[Vanguard] Abuja -A coalition of over sixty Civil Society Organisations, CSOs, has urged the National Assembly to repeal section 55 of the Penal Code which they said permits a man to beat his wife.
[This Day] Boko Haram militants killed at least 30 people during attacks on two villages over two days in Borno State, local vigilante fighters and local officials said at the weekend. According to the Associated Press (AP), the vicious attacks saw the...
[Daily Trust] The ministry of health is considering certificates for people cured of leprosy to be able to return to society without facing discrimination or marginalisation.
[Premium Times] The Enugu Police Command on Sunday said it has nabbed two undergraduates who are students of one of the state-owned universities in the South-East, for alleged murder of one Stella Uhuo.
[Premium Times] Next week, the chief of the London Metropolitan Police, Bernard Hogan-Howe, will answer questions from UK parliamentarians over claims that Scotland Yard officers investigating former Delta State Governor, James Ibori, were involved in ...
[Premium Times] Nine days after he wrote the Nigerian government advising against the plan to secure ?a $3.5 billion loan, Femi Falana, a human rights lawyer, has said he would commence legal proceedings against the government.
[Premium Times] The Nigerian military says it is winning the war against terrorism in spite of some challenges.