Sunday, 2nd April 2023
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26 Oct
About 1,437 children have been affected by measles in Bida Council of Niger State, leaving 18 dead in eight months.
23 Oct
A suspected jihadist attack on three lorries and a motorcycle in western Niger near the border with Mali killed 11 people, local sources told AFP on Sunday. The attack took place on a remote road in the so-called "three borders" region between Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso plagued by jihadist insurgents linked with Al-Qaeda and…
21 Oct
LEAP Africa in partnership with Dow and other technicals recently concluded the third edition of the Pan African youth-led social impact campaign - Youth Day of Service (YDoS) 2022- across various African communities.
19 Oct
Armed bandits, in their numbers, yesterday, stormed a community general hospital named after former Head of State, Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar (rtd), in Gulu, Lapai Local Council of Niger State,
29 Sep 2022
The Niger State Police Command has arrested the Proprietor of Excellence College of Health Sciences and Technology, Maikunkele, in Bosso Council, Niger State, Daniel Ishaya Gurmana.
27 Sep 2022
Two persons were killed, while eight others sustained injuries in an auto crash on Monday at Malam Tanko village on the Abuja-Kaduna Highway.
15 Sep 2022
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) said six persons were killed and six others sustained various injuries in an accident in Malam Tanko village on the Abuja – Kaduna road of Tafa Local Government Area of Niger.
15 Sep 2022
Pressures from the global energy crisis and compounding situation at home may be costing Nigeria’s 43 million households nothing less than N8.9 trillion yearly, The Guardian has gathered.
30 Aug 2022
The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) has restored power supply to Niger Government, Ministries, Departments and Agencies after the payment of N274 million electricity bills.
28 Aug 2022
The NSCDC Defender Babes of Abuja has been crowned champions of the third North Central Handball Championships. The team braved the odds to down its archrivals
22 Aug 2022
At a workshop held by two International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) assisted programmes, namely Value Chain Development Programme (VCDP) and the Livelihood Family Enterprises Niger Delta
17 Aug 2022
Their campaign began in northern Mali a decade ago, advanced into the country's powder-keg centre and from there into neighbouring Niger and Burkina Faso.


12 mins ago
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) have restated commitment to continuous stakeholder’s engagement as an effective tool to maintain industrial peace and harmony that the sector has enjoyed in recent years.
12 mins ago
Trouble is a normal phenomenon in Christianity. Nobody can rule out troubles and persecution in Christian faith. In fact, there are reasons for such persecutions. But Christians are not patient enough to see the end result of persecution.
13 mins ago
Sir: Since Nigeria returned to democracy in 1999, an overarching question has been that of corruption. The foundations may have been laid in the 80s and 90s when the savage military dictatorships of Babangida and Abacha turned public funds into personal playthings.
15 mins ago
Dynatech Homes has concluded arrangement to launch a batch of 10 fully detached duplexes on three floors in one of Amuwo-Odofin’s serene estates.
19 mins ago
The Federal Government has blamed the increasing unemployment rate among Nigerian youths for the high level of social unrest, crime, banditry and illegal migration to Europe, adding that: “something must be done to stem the tide.”