Traditional heads seek immediate dissolution of NDDC’s interim management committee
The Association of Rural Chiefs for Peace and Development has called for the immediate dissolution of the Interim Management Committee of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC)
Federal Government inaugurates parliament for PWDs
In celebration of the International Day of Persons With Disabilities (PWD) yesterday, the Federal Government has inaugurated Parliament of PWDs in Abuja.
Nile University Abuja wins Division Two Basketball League
Nile University Abuja on Saturday won the 2019 Total National Division Two Basketball League concluded at the Indoor Sports Hall of the National Stadium, Lagos.
Osinbajo, Omo-Agege, Mustapha offer thanksgiving over helicopter mishap
Osinbajo, Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege and Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha yesterday attended an end of year thanksgiving service in Aso Villa Chapel, Abuja.
Court sentences parents for selling 2-month-old baby for N300,000
A Wuse Zone 6 Chief Magistrates’ Court, Abuja on Tuesday sentenced 20-year-old Stanley Sunday and his girlfriend, Onyinyechi Ikechukwu to 20 days imprisonment for selling their two-month-old son for N300, 000.
You’ve no business with private varsities, Onaiyekan tells NUC
The Emeritus Archbishop of the Catholic Church, Abuja, John Cardinal Onaiyekan yesterday asked the National Universities Commission (NUC) to limit itself to the supervision of public universities, stating that it had no business overseeing private tertiary institutions.
ECOWAS Parliament urges Nigeria to reopen borders
The ECOWAS Parliament yesterday renewed its call on the Nigerian government to reopen its borders, stating that the development was hampering the implementation of the free movement of persons and goods within the West Africa sub-region.
Why we invigorated Abuja traffic policy, by minister
The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Minister, Muhammad Bello, has said that the road traffic policy was re-invigorated in the city to save lives and not to inflict hardship on residents.