War against Boko Haram and ISWAP terrorists have left many Nigerian soldiers depressed, forcing President Muhammadu Buhari’s hands to order a rotation of troops.
Five media organisations in the United States have rejected an attempt to plant opinion articles that sought to launder the image of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Senate is not investigating the Nigerian Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF)’s new management over the N62 billion fraud scandal that rocked the organisation.
At least 90 per cent of Nigerians killed by police officers in the South-East were innocent as federal government’s security forces lay siege on states in the region.
A new UNICEF report says a large number of malnourished Nigerian children are suffering from multidimensional poverty.
Governor Abubakar Bello of Niger has lamented that while his government is battling bandits, new criminals are targeting students.
“With the development of the ranch, other nomads will realise that there are other means of raising livestock without having to encroach into people’s farms and causing problems.”
Sanwo-Olu has begun an investigation to ascertain the cause of Thursday’s gas explosion around Ogun State Property Investment Company (OPIC) Plaza in Ikeja.
Governor Okezie Ikpeazu says killer herdsmen and unknown gunmen are Abia’s greatest challenge.
Nigeria lost $40.6 billion alone to insecurity in 2020 as unknown gunmen, killer herdsmen, bandits, Boko Haram, and ISWAP terrorists combined to unleash violence.
The Zambian government has declared 21 days of national mourning with flags flying at half mast and all entertainment events suspended.
The U.S. has sentenced 42-year-old Benard Okorhi to spend 75 months in jail for his role in a $10 million international fraud scheme that used compromised email.