Monday, 10 October 2016


·         Nigerian politicians have reckless mindset – Jega




·         DSS lied to justify assault on judiciary –Wike



·         Rahama Sadau stars in EbonyLife TV’s Sons of the Caliphate

·         DSS: Judges got bribe in dept store, Ghana, Niger

·         DSS concocting false stories, says Wike

·         Banks to pay for mobile money transactions fraud

·         Judith Audu is AIFF’s 2016 Best Actress

·         OPEC ‘lost over $1tr to drop in oil prices’

·         Pretty Okafor elected PMAN president

·         Judiciary shares part of blame for judges’ arrest, say Judge, Falana

·         Four die, two injured in accident

·         Action against corruption not judiciary, says Presidency

·         Ashafa tasks IGP on security

·         G Still Dialoguing With Niger Delta – Kachikwu

·         NASS Demands 10% Budgetary Allocation To Agric, Solid Minerals

·         Wike To DSS: Blackmail Won’t Lessen Your Crime Against Judiciary

·         DSS Acted Outside Its Mandate – Melaye

·         JIBWIS Commends el-Rufai For Banning IMN

·         Alleged Forgery: APC Was On Vendetta Mission Against Saraki, Ekweremadu – PDP\

·         Kano Expends N2.6bn On Education In 2 Months

·         el-Rufai Presents 2017 Budget To Public For Inputs

·         Why I Want To Be Liberian President – Joseph Mills

·         Kogi Gov Flags Off N10bn Road Project

·         Niger Partners Iran On Agric, Solid Mineral

·         Bayelsa Govt Approves Employment Of 65 Medical Staff

·         Ondo Guber: Akeredolu’s Deputy To Emerge This Week

·         Osun Unfolds New Economic Levy To Boost Revenue

·         Traffic Offenders Now To Undergo Psychiatric Test – Minister

·         Senators, Reps share N46 billion annually

·         DSS to arrest 8 more judges, 7 still in custody

·         ...Corruption, not judiciary under attack – Presidency

·         Suspend police recruitment, Senate writes commission

·         Ministry: FG built 8 toilets at N6m, not N50m

·         FG abandons local loans over high interest rates

·         24 Nigerians die in hajj 2016

·         Fire ravages Unijos library, 6 departments

·         Students, First Bank disagree over N26m fees fraud

·         Return of pilgrims: Nigeria beats deadline by 8 days

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