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Some youth groups under the ageis of Concerned Nigerians have defied the early morning showers in the Federal Capital Territory to protest the non-disclosure of the president’s health status.

At the Unity Fountain in Abuja, members of the coalition say that the long stay of the president abroad has resulted into a near comatose system.

The Police have apprehended some suspects allegedly involved in the killing of 12 people at the St. Philips Catholic Church in Ozubulu area of Anambra State.

The state governor, Willie Obiano, who visited the scene of the attack had promised that investigations would commence immediately to bring the perpetrators to book.

A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos has ordered the permanent forfeiture of a $37.5m property on Banana Island in Lagos, allegedly belonging to a former Minister of Petroleum Resource, Mrs Diezani Allison-Madueke.

A dad says that he smiled and was filled with “relief and satisfaction” as the pedophile who raped and killed his three-year-old daughter was “pumped full of bullets.”

Yahya Almatari stood at the front of a crowd of thousands to watch the monster shot at point blank range with an AK-47.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, on Friday, paid a personal visit to the President, Muhammadu Buhari at his residence in London.

The Archbishop said he was delighted to see the President’s rapid recovery following his health challenges and promised to continue praying for him as well as Nigeria.

The President of the Senate, Dr. Bukola Saraki, has said that presidential assent was an unnecessary addition to the process of amendment of the Constitution.
He told newsmen in Abuja that it was with conviction on that, that the 8th National Assembly approved the removal of presidential assent to an amended constitution.

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Bello succeeds Ettah as UACN boss

The board of UAC of Nigeria Plc (UACN) has announced Abdul Akhor Bello as the new group managing director/ chief executive officer.

Gov’s wife advocates stiffer penalty to end rape

By Ummi Ismaeel,
Minna

Osinbajo swears in new ministers

Coming two months after their nominations as ministers were confirmed by the Senate, the Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, on Wednesday finally administered the oath of office on Stephen Ocheni from Kogi state and Suleiman Hassan from Gombe.

EFCC ‘recovers’ N329b from Forte Oil, Oando, Total, others

An interrogation of the managing directors of nine major oil companies, including Forte Oil, Oando and Total by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has led to the recovery of a N328.9bn debt diverted by the major oil marketers in connivance with NNPC and PPMC leadership.

Report on constitutional alteration bills 2017

JULY 2017
REPORT OF THE SENATE COMMITTEE ON THE REVIEW OF THE 1999 CONSTITUTION ON BILLS TO FURTHER ALTER THE PROVISIONS OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA, 1999

Governor commissions NAF electronic shooting range in Bauchi

By Patience Michael,
Bauchi

The Bauchi State Governor, Mohammed Abubakar, has commissioned the Composite Electronic shooting range of the 251 Base Groups of the Nigerian Airforce Base, Bauchi State.

Customs nabs 95 suspects, nets N1.2b revenue

Federal Operations Unit Zone A in Lagos made the highest arrests of smugglers mid year 2017.

My role model is Neuer, says Nwabali

Go Round FC first choice keeper, Stanley Nwabali, has revealed that his role model has been Germany and Bayern Munich goalkeeper, Manuel Neuer.

Dalung rallies behind SportsMark awards

The Minister for Youth and Sports, Solomon Dalung, has thrown his weight behind the annual SportsMark award to be launched soon.

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