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  • Explosion Rocks Kano School of Hygiene, Over Seven Feared Dead

    by - Jun 23, 2014
    Over seven persons lost their lives and 20 are reportedly wounded during an explosion that took place at the Kano School of Hygiene along Sabuwar Kofa in Kano State. The ‎spokesperson for the Kano Police, Magaji Majiya, who confirmed...
  • Arisekola Alao is dead

    by - Jun 18, 2014
    Prominent Ibadan based politician, billionaire and Muslim leader, Abdulazeez Arisekola Alao is dead. Arisekola died in London following an undisclosed illness. He was the deputy head of the Nigeria Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs. He died...
  • Boko Haram? 486 migrants arrested in Southern Nigeria

    by - Jun 17, 2014
    Four hundred and eighty six people migrating from Northern Nigeria to the South were arrested by the Military at about 2 am on Sunday. The migrants were in a convoy of 35 Toyota buses, which the...
  • Ethnic violence in Nigeria’s Taraba State leaves several dead

    by - Jun 16, 2014
    Not less than 30 people were killed in Taraba state Central Nigeria, following ethnic clashes between nomadic Fulani Muslims and Junkun Christians. The recent flare occured after a two-month lull in clashes. Soldiers have been mobilised...
  • Six suspected kidnappers killed in Edo State

    by - Jun 16, 2014
    The Edo state police on Sunday killed six suspected kidnappers, after a gun duel. The six men were killed at their hide-out on the Igbanke-Evwohimi road in Esan South-East Local Government Area of the state. The...
  • Oil subsidy: ICPC arraigns Farouk Lawan

    by - Jun 12, 2014
    Nigeria’s anticorruption agency, the Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), has re-arraigned the former Chairman of the House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee on fuel subsidy probe, Farouk Lawan. The arraignment which took place...
  • LASU: Lagos reduces tuition fees

    by - Jun 11, 2014
    Lagos state government has approved a 34-60% reduction in school fees. Mr Fatai Olukoga, Special adviser to Governor Babatunde Fashola on Education, announced the reduction at a news conference. The Special Adviser said that the Governing...
  • LASU: Students take protest to Fashola

    by - Jun 5, 2014
    Students of the Lagos State University (LASU), Thursday, laid siege on the Lagos State government house. The students were protesting the increase in their tuition fees, by the state government, from N25, 000 to N350, 000....
  • LUTH doctors to begin strike tomorrow

    by - Jun 1, 2014
    The Association of Resident Doctors (ARD), of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), will go on strike on Monday, 2nd June. This was announced by the association on Saturday in Lagos. The main reason for the...
  • Ladoja loses son to car accident

    by - May 30, 2014
    Son of former Oyo State governor, Rasheed Ladoja, Adebola Ladoja, died on Thursday after an accident on Eko Bridge, Lagos Nigeria. Late Adebola was driving a Golf saloon car, registered, AKD 107 CJ, towards Lagos Island...