Governor Nasir Ahmad El-Rufai yesterday urged communities in Kaduna State to shun self-help in the resolution of differences. Cautioning against reprisals during a visit to an Internally Displaced Persons...
Man drives car into crowd in southern France, wounding two
A man drove into a crowd of patrons gathered outside a bar in the southern city of Nimes early Friday, slightly wounding two before hitting a security barrier and being arrested, witnesses and local officials said.
‘El-Zakzaky suffers stroke as health deteriorates’
The Leader of the Shiite Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, has suffered a ‘stroke’ amid concern his health is taking a turn for the worse.
Nigeria loses N25b to Saudi airline in Hajj airlift quota
Saudi Arabian airline, Flynas, will earn about N25 billion off the Nigerian air travel market in this year’s Hajj airlifting.
Person of the year: The Nigerian
There is hardly any human being who embodies the completeness of creation as much as the Nigerian does.
Senate probes EFCC arrest of Innoson boss
The Senate has mandated its committee on anti-corruption and financial crimes to investigate circumstances surrounding the arrest of the Managing Director of Innoson Motors, Mr. Innocent Chukwuma, and report back today.
Reps to probe CBN over alleged under-remittances to federation account
The House of Representatives has ordered an investigation into allegations of under-remittances by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to the federation account.
Turkey imposes 3-month state of emergency to catch coup plotters
Turkish authorities Thursday imposed a three-month state of emergency, strengthening powers to round up suspects accused of staging the failed military coup despite global alarm over a widening purge.
Buhari shelves publishing looters’ list despite pressure
Nigerians who had expected a comprehensive list of the alleged treasury looters as promised by President Muhammadu Buhari were disappointed yesterday.