Nigerian newspaper headlines today: October 13.
Protests by members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) popularly known as Shi’ite, across the Northern part of the country yesterday claimed no fewer than 16 lives.
Female bombers suspected to be Boko Haram infiltrated a convoy of people returning to liberated communities and detonated explosive devices at a security point on the outskirts of Maiduguri, Borno’s capital.
The Lagos State Government wednesday disclosed that no fewer than 10,427 private schools were operating in different parts of the state without approval, warning that it would shut them if they failed to comply.
Second Republic lawmaker, Dr Junaid Mohammed, yesterday said if Nigeria could arrest 90 per cent of its corrupt judges, the country will be better for it.
Imports of kerosene from the United States into Nigeria have yet to resume, seven months after falling to zero, according to the latest data from the US Energy Information Administration.
The acquisition of Professional Certificate in Parliamentary Studies (PCPS) by the staff of the National Assembly will soon be a condition for promotion.
Former acting chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, and a national commissioner, Hajia Amina Zakare, Wednesday charged politicians in the country to desist from engaging in politics of do-or-die.
From 2014 till date, over 4,000 workers in the steel sector have lost their jobs, and many companies have closed down due to economic hardship in the sector.
Governors of all 19 states in northern Nigeria are expected to spend three days in Washington DC next week at the invitation of the United States Institute of Peace (USIP).