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Breaking: Abuja High Court confirms Obaseki as dully elected governor of Edo State

The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja on Saturday declared Governor Godwin Obaseki duly qualified to contest the September 2020 election held in Edo State.

Alleged forgery: Court orders IGP to prosecute businessman, firm

“The respondents are hereby compelled to refile the charge and prosecute Chika Ikenga, Suraj Yakabu and Eunisell Chemicals Ltd for the offences of false information, forgery and false impersonation as contained in charge No.CR/361/18 between the Inspector General of Police and Chika Ikenga, Suraj Yakubu & Eunisell Chemicals Ltd which charge was filed on the 5th of October, 2018 and withdrawn on the 26th of February, 2019.

Military Airstrike hits bandits’ camp along Abuja-Kaduna highway, kills scores —Defence Headquarters

“The second wave of attacks was executed by NAF helicopter gunships which, while continuing to engage the bandits’ location, also provided close air support to the land component as they advanced from Kagarko via Kuku into the bandits’ enclave.

Lawyer knocks Nigeria police for moving rape case against Kogi commissioner to Abuja court

Danga, who raped a lady in Kogi State, is to be charged at the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory,...

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Policeman shot by suspected kidnappers is buried in Ekiti

the late police inspector was survived by an 80-year old mother, Mrs Olubiyo Abiola, a young wife and four female children, who are all in primary schools.

CSOs blast NASS over embarrassing leaking roof, flood during sitting

“It would be helpful for the NASS to review maintenance expenditure budgets over years to see exactly why the complex has been so badly maintained that it now requires the level of refurbishment that is being contemplated.”

N895.8bn Supplementary Budget scales second reading in Senate

“It has become necessary to prepare the 2021 supplementary appropriation bill considering the urgent need to make provision for procurement and administration of COVID-19 vaccines.