Market Development in Niger Delta II, a DFID funded two-year programme using market systems to raise the incomes of at least 155,000 poor people, 50 per cent of whom will be women, will hold workshops on ways to reduce human trafficking.
In its continuous effort to rid the state of illicit drugs and banned substances, the operatives of Lagos State Police Command, attached to Maroko Division, on Sunday at about 12pm while on routine anti crime patrol, intercepted a…
Human rights group, Global Amnesty Watch, has urged the Federal Government to adopt a total clampdown on fleeing elements of terrorist group, Boko Haram sect.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the Chief Magistrate, Mrs Jejelola Ogunbona, adjourned the case till September 28 for the report on the arraignment of Ilaka and his bodyguard, Temitayo Alamiyo, at the Oyo State High Court.
This is the single largest public destruction of exhibits by burning after the one by Edo State, which gross weight was 136 tons
Uduji, an elder brother to abduction victim, James Uduji, made the revelation while giving evidence at the trial of Evans, the Anambra-born high-profile kidnapper, known for kidnapping mainly billionaires.
Thailand’s The Nation newspaper reported that all the suspects were arrested on Saturday.
Lewis, 17, was charged with first-degree murder Friday for stabbing Gibson once in the chest, striking her heart and then in the back with a kitchen-style steak knife.
The lawmaker said the move would curtail incessant invasion of bandits into the communities. Daniel made the appeal on Sunday while distributing relief materials to the Internally Displaced Persons taking refuge at Numan 2 Central Primary…
An NGO, Voice from the East, has urged states and Federal Governments to prosecute government officials that misappropriate funds meant for upkeep of Internally Displaced Persons.
Commuters plying the Abuja-Keffi-Lafia highway in Nasarawa State have expressed concerns over the increasing cases of armed robbery on the road.
Britain is significantly stepping up efforts to tackle the corrupt money funnelled by Russians and other “corrupt elites” from countries such as Nigeria and China into or through the United Kingdom, a senior police officer said on Friday.
A United States of America-based lady alleged to have jumped into the lagoon off the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos State, Oluwatoyin Akinloye, was actually duped of N75 million by the syndicate that planted the story in the media, a police…
The figures were contained in a statement on Friday by Ortom’s Special Adviser on Media and ICT, That Agerzua.
According to the highly authoritative newspaper, the killings were carried out by suspected Fulani herdsmen believed to have launched the attack from a village in Taraba State on Thursday night.