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25 Oct
Farmers, researchers and industrialists have lamented abysmal low wheat production in the country, saying over 95 per cent dependence on imported wheat from the United States of America
22 Oct
Stakeholders from the North Central geopolitical zone has called for a review of the current revenue sharing formula in the country, stating that it was no longer realistic to maintain the model.
13 Oct
Suspected jihadists killed 10 villagers in an attack on a mosque earlier this week in western Niger's Tillaberi region, local sources said on Wednesday. The attack on Monday occurred in the village of Abankor in the "Tri-Border" region where Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso meet. "The attackers arrived on motorbikes during evening prayers and the…
28 Sep
Senate has urged the Federal Government to declare a state of emergency on critical federal roads in Niger state that linked economic corridors in the North and Southern parts of the country.
28 Sep
The Minister of Works and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, has ordered the contractor handling the Lambata–Lapai–Bida road in Niger State to immediately embark on remedial works on its defective
25 Sep
No fewer than 250 truck drivers have blocked the 60-kilometre Yola/Numan road in protest against alleged police brutality along the highway.
16 Sep
About 150 persons have lost their lives as a result of cholera outbreak across the 25 local councils of Niger State.
10 Sep
The Director-General of the Progressive Governors’ Forum (PGF), Dr. Salihu Lukman, has criticised Islamic cleric, Sheikh Abubakar Gumi, for calling on the authorities to grant amnesty to bandits
3 Sep
An epidemic of cholera that has struck six regions in southern Niger has claimed 104 lives, the health ministry said on Friday.
18 Aug
Niger on Wednesday declared 48 hours of national mourning after 37 people were killed in a fresh massacre by suspected jihadists.
17 Aug
Armed men killed 37 civilians in a flashpoint region of western Niger where hundreds have died in jihadist attacks this year, local sources said Tuesday.
16 Aug
Two and a half months after gunmen kidnapped more than 100 children from a Nigerian Islamic seminary in the country's northwest, parents have learnt four pupils have died in captivity.

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The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Abuja branch known as “The Unity Bar” has assured that the Police Duty Solicitors Scheme (PDSS) will be fully implemented in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) in it’s upcoming training.
12 mins ago
At least 1000 ex-agitators and delegates of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) will soon commence training at the 60-daily-metric-tonne Bayelsa Cassava Processing Factory the Project Management Consultant of the facility, Adebowale Ayoade, has said.
13 mins ago
The World Bank has described the 2020 audited financial report statement of Kogi State as a standard for transparency and accountability in the public sector.
13 mins ago
The Nigeria Health Watch has instituted awards aimed at celebrating evidence-based and accurate reporting of epidemic preparedness.
13 mins ago
RiversState Governor, Nyesom Wike, has created an office for the deputy chief of staff and special adviser on aviation.