EFCC academy set to award degree certificate

Acting Chairman, Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu,  has commenced the process of upgrading the EFCC Academy, Karu, Abuja, to be certified as the first Anti-Corruption Degree Awarding institution in Nigeria. A press

Kolade Johnson: Killer Police team in custody – CP

The Lagos state Police Command has said the Police team involved in the shooting to death of Kolade Johnson have been arrested and are in Police custody. A video had gone viral on the internet

Anambra: Police parade ‘notorious murderer”, others

Anambra State Police Command, on Monday, paraded a suspected murderer on its watch list, Mr Ikechukwu Udensi (alias KENDA) and seven others accused of involving in robbery activities. Udensi was arrested for allegedly involving in

Killings: ‘The Government Has Failed Woefully’, Says Shehu Sani

  Senator Shehu Sani has said that the frequent killings across Nigeria are as a result of a failure on the part of the government.  Sani in a series of tweets argued that there is no country within the continent where people are currently being killed at such an alarming rate. “There is no country …

Nigerian Army Vows To Intensify Efforts In Tackling Terrorism

The Nigerian Army has pledged to intensify efforts in its fight against all forms of insecurity in the northwest region, specifically in Zamfara State and its environs.

Horror Bus Fire in Peru Capital Kills 17

  An inferno swept through a bus at an illegal transport terminal in Lima, killing 17 people trapped inside in one of Peru’s worst fire disasters in over a decade, the state prosecutor’s office said Monday. Most of the victims were trapped on the upper deck of the interprovincial bus in Lima as it prepared …

Boeing Must Do More Work On Proposed 737 Fix – US...

Boeing needs to undertake additional work on its proposed fix to the 737 MAX before it can be submitted for US review, a Federal Aviation Administration official said Monday.

17 Killed In Peru Bus Fire

An inferno swept through a bus at an illegal transport terminal in Lima, killing 17 people trapped inside in one of Peru's worst fire disasters in over a decade, the state prosecutor's office said Monday.

Five Dead From Suspected Food Poisoning At French Retirement Home

  Five residents at a retirement home in southern France have died and more than a dozen others are in a serious condition after a suspected case of mass food poisoning, officials said Monday. Twenty-two people at the privately operated Cheneraie residence in Lherm, a town south of Toulouse, began showing symptoms including vomiting after …

At Least 10 Dead As Boat Full Of Haiti Migrants Sinks

  At least 10 Haitian migrants died when their boat sank off the coast of the Turks and Caicos Islands, officials said Monday. Rescue services managed to save 14 people when the boat went down Sunday in shark-infested waters off the archipelago, which is just southeast of the Bahamas and some 200 kilometers (120 miles) …

Catholic Priests Burn Harry Potter Books In Poland

    Catholic priests in Poland burned books they say are sacrilegious this weekend, including tomes from British author J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series of fantasy novels. “We obey the Word,” priests said in a Facebook post showing photographs of the public book burning and quoting Biblical passages from the book of Deuteronomy in the …

Cholera Cases Mount To Over 1,000 In Cyclone-Hit Mozambique – Report

Cholera has infected at least 1,052 people in Mozambique's cyclone-hit region, the health ministry said Monday in a new report, marking a massive increase from 139 cases reported four days ago.

Our govt serious to take Nigerians out of poverty ― Osinbajo

The Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, has restated the determination of Buhari’s administration to take Nigeria out of the comity of poor countries in a couple of years to come. He gave the assurance on Monday in Lagos while delivering the 50th convocation lecture of the University of Lagos, UNILAG, Akoka, with former Pro-Chancellor of […] The post appeared first on .

Algeria: 82-year-old President Bouteflika bows to pressure, to resign April 28

Veteran Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s decision to seek a fifth term set off demonstrations against his 20-year rule   Algeria’s ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika will resign before his mandate expires on April 28, his office said Monday, after a succession of loyalists deserted him in the face of massive protests. The 82-year-old, who has rarely […] The post appeared first on .

Rivers Collation: Police to deploy personnel, shut Aba road

The collation of election results begins on Tuesday. The post appeared first on .

Group cautions INEC on Rivers gubernatorial election result

The group wants INEC to declare Governor Wike as the winner of the polls. The post appeared first on .

Six common sexually transmitted infections

STIs are spread predominantly by sexual contact, including vaginal, anal and oral sex The post appeared first on .

INTERVIEW: Oshiomhole turning APC into regional minority party — Oshiomhole

The Imo governor says he has over 1000 projects for President Buhari to inaugurate. The post appeared first on .

Gunmen attack travellers on Abuja-Kaduna Highway, abduct many

Commuters were stranded for several hours during the siege, which was eventually neutralised by security forces. The post appeared first on .

IFAD ready to upscale intervention in Nigeria’s agric sector – Country...

The Nigeria Representative of the International Fund for Agricultural Development, IFAD, Nadine Gbossa has disclosed that the organisation is ready to scale up its intervention in the Nigerian agricultural sector.