Boko Haram: Mutineers risk death sentence – Army Chief

By Ochiaka Ugwu & Ado Abubakar Musa, Jos The Chief of Army Staff (COAS), Lt. Gen. Kenneth Minimah, has come hard on 40 mutinous soldiers stating that death sentence awaits More...

2015: INEC creates 30,000 more polling units

Rules out diaspora voting By Umar Muhammad Puma The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) yesterday said it has created an additional 30,000 polling units across More...

Gov Ahmed, Gbemisola Saraki mourn death of Mufti of Ilorin

From Olanrewaju Lawal, Ilorin Kwara State Governor, Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed and Senator Gbemisola Rukayyat Saraki have commiserated with the people of Ilorin and entire  emirates More...

I’m not at war with Kwakwanso, Amaechi, others – Ribadu

From Ayodele Samuel, Lagos Former Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, EFCC Mallam Nuhu Ribadu yesterday denied the purported statement were he was reported More...

I’m interested in Kano governorship seat – Deputy gov

From Edwin olofu, Kano Kano state deputy governor, Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, has disclosed his willingness to contest the state governorship seat by 2015, noting that he is More...

Okorocha, where is thy sting?

Gov. Rochas Okorocha Recently, Imo state Governor Rochas Okorocha demanded an apology from the Senate for debating and condemning, More...

Gowon’s offer to mediate end to insurgency

Former Head of State, Gen. Yakubu Gowon, has offered to do his own bit to help end the over four-year-old Boko More...

N220bn MSME Fund: CBN warns against repayment default

By Etuka Sunday The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has issued strong warning to potential beneficiaries...

Concerns over security at Lagos airport

From Suleiman Idris, Lagos In recent time, concerns has continue to mount over the vulnerability or...

CBN calls for collective approach against e-fraud syndicate

By Mahmud jika Waging war against electronic fraud can only be achieved through collective approach by...

WAEC/WASSCE mass failure: Result of dwindling fortunes in education sector

Mallam Ibrahim Shekarau The issue of mass failure in public examination is worrisome to everyone, including More...

Ebola in Sierra Leone: The joy of survivors

By Jo Dunlop I travelled upcountry last week to one of the worst affected areas of Sierra Leone – Kenema. When..

Bio-safety law will give scientists backing to practise, says DG, NABDA

Penultimate week in Lagos, opponents of the bio-safety law that will guarantee responsible practice and application of Biotechnology in agriculture to..

Non-indigenes kick against alleged discrimination in Abuja

FCT-minister-Bala-Mohammed By Chris Alu Some Abuja residents under the umbrella of the National Association More...

Housing: FCTA unveils 49 housing units at Apo-Dutse

By Stanley Onyekwere Efforts at tackling the lingering problem of accommodation in Abuja received a huge boost yesterday, as the Federal..

2 FCTA officials docked for extortion, unlawful seizure of cars

The Police have arraigned two officials of the Federal Capital Territory (FCTA) Task Force on Transport in a Grade 1 Area..

NFF invites Enyeama, 22 others for Red Devils, Bafana Bafana clash

By Albert Akota Nations Cup holders Nigeria have called up 23 players, including ace goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama, for next month’s 2015..

Health consequences of eating disorders

Eating disorders are serious, potentially life-threatening conditions that affect a person’s emotional and physical health. They are not just a “fad”..

#SackEbolaNotDoctors

Wednesday Column by Garba Shehu garshehu@yahoo.co.in Last week’s sack of 16,000 resident doctors by the Federal Government is careless, unscrupulous and clearly..

You can make a fortune from tie and dye business (II)

 The added that you will need to create a business bank account, as this will let you know how much you..