Day: May 17, 2017

The military have arrested 126 Boko Haram suspects including one with identity (ID) card of a soldier killed by some insurgents in an earlier attack on a community in Borno in Borno State. Outgoing Theatre Commander, Operation LAFIYA DOLE, Maj.-Gen. Lucky Irabor, told newsmen in Maiduguri, on Wednesday, that the military rounded up the suspects […]

Joint admission and matriculation board says 1.144milion candidates sat for UTME since the test began on Saturday. JAMB’s Head of Information and Media, Dr Fabian Benjamin on Wednesday in Abuja said that results were being released within 24 hours of completion of the test. A total 1.736milion candidates registered for the 2017 UTME taking place […]

Abuja – For refusing to have the details of their 2017 budget submitted for passage, the Senate has ordered immediate stoppage of all expenditure by 38 Federal Government agencies. The implications of this directive is that henceforth, the agencies can no longer receive monies from the Federal government for payment of salaries, all overheads and […]

The Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, on Tuesday said Vehicles Inspection Officers had been permanently banned from all Lagos roads. The governor also asked the Federal Road Safety Corps to restrict the operations of its men to highways and stay off state roads. Ambode spoke while inaugurating pedestrian bridges, a lay-by and a slip road […]

Death toll in the attack at Epogi community in the Mokwa Local Government Area of Niger State, has risen to 27, the Niger State Emergency Management Agency said Tuesday. The director-general of the agency, Ibrahim Inga, told reporters in Minna that 21 people were killed during the attack, while three bodies were recovered from a […]

Nasarawa State Governor Tanko Al-Makura has ordered the prohibition of the activities of the Academic Staff Union of Secondary Schools in the state. This was contained in a statement signed by the Head of Service, Thomas Ari Ogiri. The statement said that the activities of ASUSS posed a serious threat to peace and order in […]

The People’s Democratic Party, jos south chapter  has enforced the expulsion of 18 of its members. This is in line with section 59 (1) g of the party’s constitution. a statement released Tuesday by the PDP Jos South Local Government party Chairman Dung M Tari stated the expulsion suffice as a subsequent action following some […]

[There are no radio stations in the database]