Saturday, September 18, 2021

News Agency of Nigeria

September 18, 2021

Gombe: Police arrest 7 health workers for diverting 5,450 mosquito nets

One hundred bales of the nets were recovered from Kwami, while nine bales from Billiri. Each bale contains 50 nets.

Police and mosquito nets
September 18, 2021

Buhari justifies borrowing spree, says $4 billion loan for 15 projects

The World Bank is to finance seven of the 15 listed projects across the six geo-political zones.

September 18, 2021

Police, civilians arrest 21-year-old armed robber in Ogun

One of the robbers was arrested with the help of residents of the community, while the other one escaped.

Edward Ajogun
September 18, 2021

JSS students’ brains not completely formed: Adamawa government

The governor said all public boarding JSS students are to attend the day secondary schools nearest to them to get primary parental upbringing.

Adamawa State Governor, Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri
September 18, 2021

Bauchi road accident leaves three dead, one injured: FRSC

The vehicle occupants, three males and one female, were travelling out of Bauchi for an event.

Road Safety Officiers
September 18, 2021

2021/2022 NPFL: Plateau United to resume training Monday

The club warned that any player who fails to report on Monday would face disciplinary action.

Plateau United FC
September 18, 2021

PIA should be reviewed every five years: ICSAN

Such periodic review would help to consolidate the gains of the legislation, according to ICSAN.

TAIWO OLUSESI
September 18, 2021

Two suspected kidnappers arrested in Bayelsa

In an attempt to resist arrest, the suspects stabbed two police officers and one youth.

Police officers
September 18, 2021

Buhari to attend 76th UN General Assembly in New York

The president will hold bilateral meetings with other world leaders and heads of international development organisations.

President Muhammadu Buhari
September 18, 2021

Electricity installation vandals arrested in Anambra community: EEDC

The EEDC said there’s been a series of attacks on its staff and installations within the South-East.