Monday, April 19, 2021

News Agency of Nigeria

April 19, 2021

Six people killed in Ekiti cult war: Police

They had deployed more officers in the area and increased surveillance by conducting stop-and-search on vehicles and individuals.

Ekiti State Governor Kayode Fayemi
April 19, 2021

Acute insecurity not new in Nigeria: Lai Mohammed

“You don’t cure (a) headache by beheading the patient.”

Lai Mohammed
April 19, 2021

Zamfara government spends N2.9 billion on Ramadan foodstuffs

The commodities include 60,000 bags of rice, 50,000 bags of millet, 50,000 bags of maize, 30,000 bags of beans, 10,000 bags of sugar, and cartons of milk.

April 18, 2021

Owena River claims lives as bus loses control

A witness said the 18 seater bus lost control as a result of overspeeding and plunged into the river.

Bus inside river
April 18, 2021

More soldiers to be recruited to combat Boko Haram: Minister

Mr Magashi mentioned that the president was very happy with the performance of soldiers confronting insurgency in the North-East.

Minister of Defence, retired Major-General Bashir Magashi
April 18, 2021

Army nabs Boko Haram informant in Yobe

Army spokesman said the activities of the suspect and his accomplices were responsible for the recent attacks on troops.

Brig.-Gen. Mohammed Yerima
April 18, 2021

Ekiti to start testing vehicles, generators for harmful emissions

An official said the move was part of efforts at battling the effects of global warming and ensuring a healthy environment.

April 18, 2021

Kano Hisbah cautions women against mismanaging foodstuff

“There is a need for women to be considerate that their husbands, no matter their trades, need support.”

Kano State Hisbah
April 18, 2021

Court sentences 23 for illegal parking, trading

The 23 offenders were apprehended within Benin metropolis.

Court symbol used to tell the story
April 17, 2021

Anambra residents lament hike in rent

A landlord said the increase in the prices of building materials and the excessive charges by government were responsible for the hike.

Onitsha market