Two fallen peacekeepers from Nigeria, Commodore Christopher Ademu Abu and Sergeant Mayehm Norbert, are among the 117 that would be honoured with the posthumous Dag Hammarskjöld medal.
MASSOB, IPOB stage rally to sensitise on sit-at-home order
The agitators marched through Okigwe, Wethdral, Douglas and adjoining roads in Owerri, urging people peacefully to observe the sit -at- home order, as a way to achieve a sovereign nation.
Tension in Delta communities over fresh attack by herdsmen
It was reliably gathered that rampaging herdsmen numbering over 2,000 allegedly attacked some farmers on their way home at the weekend and two were feared injured.
Lagos residents will resist military coup, Tinubu vows
Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, stated yesterday that residents of Lagos would resist any coup or any such undemocratic action. He maintained that Lagos State would not provide a fertile ground for a coup.
Court suspends hearing in Jonathan’s cash forfeiture case
Federal High Court, Lagos yesterday suspended proceedings in the hearing of an application seeking permanent forfeiture of $5.7 million belonging to the wife of former President Goodluck Jonathan, Patience.
Electricity tariff hike imminent, as stakeholders demand cost-reflective charges
The declared that they have the capacity to generate 8,500MW and called for improvement in the transmission and distribution chain to accommodate the power generated.
Muslim group rejects NYSC, military camping during Ramadan
The group, therefore, called on both the National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) and Nigerian Army to suspend the upcoming camp drilling exercise during the Ramadan.
Obaseki tasks Edo varsity on revenue, master plan
Obaseki said the university has all it takes to be a world-class tertiary institution, adding that in terms of infrastructure and quality learning, it had already set the standard for the Edo University, Iyamho.
‘Teachers are least paid civil servants’
Idiat Adebule who gave the warning at a one-day induction course organised for the participants warned that anyone that contravened the civil service rules would be punished according to the dictates of the law.