The Lagos State Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu says places of worship in the state will be reopened from August 7.
Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lieutenant General Tukur Yusuf Buratai, has stated that Nigeria is safer and more secured than it was in 2014
Lagos state government has disclosed that it spends between N100,000 and N1m daily to treat each coronavirus patient in the state
President Muhammadu Buhari has been told to terminate the current NDDC IMC
Femi Gbajabiamila has made a U-turn away from his previous decision on NDDC probe
Oyo state is taking a fast leap ahead of others amid Covid-19 crisis
Due to the COVID-19, the Nigerian government has extended ban on international flights in the country
– PDP members in the House of Reps have disclosed that they are considering impeaching President Buhari
– Private schools have faulted the decision of the federal government to pull Nigerian schools out of WASSCE
The old man was punched on the face, his mouth taped and bound like a prisoner for eight hours on his trip to reunite with his family.
It was gathered that the police searched his house and discovered some charms he had tied on baby dolls, which they removed and brought to the police station as exhibits.
Singer Stephanie Otobo confesses of blackmailing Apostle Johnson Suleman
'Githeri Man' became famous after the August 8 election when a photograph of him eating githeri as he queued to vote, surfaced online.
The police boss said the suspect would be charged to court for culpable homicide.
Some arrests have been made and the suspects have offered useful information to their investigations.
Nigeria Lady shows off her Biafran currency
An eyewitness and a friend of the deceased, Kingsley Adjei, indicated that Amos was well known in the community
Mr. Yusuf allegedly collected N2.8 billion from the complainant, Xing Hui Yao, for the purchase of $13.6 million, its equivalence.
Corpses in the mortuary have been evacuated by the flood.
For the past few days, the state and indeed most parts of Nigeria, have witnessed torrential rainfall which are quite unprecedented.
Two bodies were recovered from the affected area on Sunday.
Feelers from members of the public reveals that the citizens are not pleased with the present state of the law.
The warning comes after about two persons were burnt to death over suspicion that they belong to notorious cult group ‘Badoo’.
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The government has no business in religion (because) that is what has brought us to where we are.
It has been confirmed, even by the community people, that it was a third-party sabotage.
The Lagos state governor revealed why he focused on the Berger bridge construction right from his day one in the office
The governor also ban the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, from operating on state roads
The kidnappers made the demand after the perm. sec and his driver were abducted on Sunday
Nwachukwu is facing a nine-count charge of acquisition of money on false pretences and threat to life at an Obowo Magistrates’ Court.
The Oba of Lagos state was seen refusing to stand up or share the Ooni of Ife.
The commissioner explained that the said church has no Planning Permit to embark on such a massive construction without due process.
I can’t believe that the people I was chatting and joking with a few minutes ago are all gone in a most anguishing way
Kazeem renounced his Muslim faith after participating in the birthday celebration of General Overseer of Apostolic Army, Bishop Winning Willy Bunting
The university earlier sent home students who had protested in 2015 against poor sanitation at student halls of residence
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A legal practitioner and human rights activist, Ugochukwu Osuagwu, has
The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor E.A Adeboye, on Tuesday, August 2, advised
Pandemonium broke out in the early hours of Monday in Kubwa, a
A stepmother, Betty Stephen, and two teachers have
A certain Rev. Fr. Chiedozie Modestus Chilaka, has
In what might be perceives as an act of abomination, Oba Abiodun Oyewunmi in
At least three persons have died in Cross River, and about 632 houses destroyed in storms between January and June this year.
Popular Hausa comedian, Baffa Ahmad, is dead.
The incessant attack by Fulani herdsmen which has claimed hundreds of life is increasingly becoming a source of worry.
According to an eyewitness reporting for Bloom Gist from the area, the Okada youths set up a roadblock restricting movement around the village as commercial motorcycles, vehicles continue to get torched.
The famed Holy Spirit was again at work at
Emerging reports from social media suggest that