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Foreign passengers escaping from our facilities –PSC chair

“The PSC has received reports of some returning foreign passengers who violated the mandatory quarantine requirement under the advisory by escaping from the facilities.

Recent Boko Haram attacks: Shock, fear rule Adamawa communities

“The attackers did not start shooting or burning houses until after ransacking all the provision stores and foodstuff depots. They even went further to start loading livestock into their waiting vehicles before they started sporadic shooting.

COVID-19 may overwhelm our facilities — FG

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation and Chairman, Presidential Task Force on COVID-19, Boss Mustapha, has warned that the...

Beware of relaxing restrictions, ensure no gathering of over 20 persons – SGF

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, and Chairman of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19, Boss Mustapha, has...

COVID-19: We don’t know how long this will last –FG

The Federal Government on Monday said it did not know how long COVID-19 would last in the country. The...

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13-year-old arrested by police in Katsina for killing bandits

The boy, who demonstrated skills in handling AK-47, also confessed to have been bullied by some elderly bandits, who provoked him, and as a result, picked an AK-47 rifle and shot dead two of the elderly bandits,”

Senate, CSOs review MDAs’ implementation of National Anti-Corruption Strategy

“We are happy that this forum was provided to enable us to assess the NASC and to know the level of the fight against corruption. To adequately review the implementation, the MDAs here, who have submitted their reports, should also be requested to provide specific data and figures.

June 12: Twitter CEO’s ‘solidarity’ tweet sparks reactions

He not only created an accompanying icon for the hashtag but also promoted donation campaigns in support of the historic protest.

Soldier shot as Army, ESN clash in Abia

The shooting was said to have attracted soldiers from the Army Headquarters, in Ohafia, who engaged the suspected ESN members in an exchange of gunfire.