Sunday, September 25, 2022


Herdsmen kill seven, injure others in Taraba

Police spokesman, Abdullahi Usman, confirmed the incident, saying houses were set ablaze during the attack.

Zulum counters FG, names 2 Borno LGAs under Boko Haram control

Mr Zulum's new position has punctured repeated claims of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration that no Nigerian territory is under the control of the terror group.

Buhari arrives Maiduguri amid bomb explosions near airport

Before his arrival, series of Bomb explosions were reported close to the airport with about five casualties recorded while others were injured.

Lawan: APC has done more than what PDP did in 16 years

Under it, the economy went into recession twice with the country emerging the headquarters of global poverty, insecurity heightened while corruption it vowed to tackle soared high.

Herdsmen early morning raid in Adamawa leaves seven dead

Mr Nguroje said the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) has swung into action to fish out the assailants.

Farmer sentenced to death for defending self against herdsman

Kabiru Zelani, a rice farmer who has been standing trial since 2015 for stabbing Ardo Ali, a herder to death was sentenced on Tuesday.

All 12 Super Tucano fighter jets have been deployed to North-East: FG

Mr Mohammed also confirmed that the remaining batch of the aircraft he described as a game changer have arrived.

VAT Reforms: FIRS denies lobbying NASS as Adamawa endorses move

In Lagos, the state house of assembly has enacted and passed a law to empower the state replicate the enforcement in its domain.

Allow FG collect VAT, Gombe begs Rivers, Lagos

The plea comes amidst moves by Rivers and Lagos States to begin the collection of VAT, bringing the decade-long collection by the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) to an end.
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