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Wednesday, April 24, 2019


The Nigerian/ African richest and Chairman of Dangote Group of Companies, Alhaji Aliko Dangote has said Northern Nigeria will continue to remain poor except states governments move to close the development gap between the northern Nigeria and the southern Nigeria.

Lagosians will miss Ambode, says CDHR

The Committee for the Defence of Human Rights on Monday described the outgoing Governor of Lagos State, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode, as “an achiever that Lagosians will miss.”

Ogun State Police Arrest 25 'Involved In' Burning Deputy Speaker's Office

“Some people mobilised themselves and attacked the office of the Deputy Speaker, burnt down the office and five vehicles in that area. The correlation between the incident that happened and the reaction of the people is what we cannot establish. There is no nexus between the two attacks,” the Ogun Police spokesman said.

Bus runs into Christian worshippers in Adamawa, injures 17

A passenger bus on Monday overran a procession of Christian worshippers injuring 17  persons partaking in Easter Monday Holy ritual of a church in the Numan Local Government Area of Adamawa State.

Akeredolu Gives Cryptic Facebook Response To Suspension From APC — Then Deletes It

This isn’t the best of times for the lawyer-turned-Governor, as only on Monday, multiple party members told SaharaReporters about their anger with the Governor’s decision to withdraw campaign vehicles he gave to them as donations in the lead-up to the general election.

Police in Nigeria are investigating the deaths of 11 people in the north-eastern town of Gombe after a car ploughed into a procession celebrating Easter on Sunday.

Nigerian 'children killed' after car hits Easter parade in Gombe

Arthur Eze bans collection of levies in his community, set to open a University.

Prince Engr Arthur Eze, the real richest man in Nigeria, a business tycoon and a philanthropist, has payed off the 2019 supposed levies for his community.