Wednesday, October 5, 2022


October 5, 2022

I’m building biggest mental health home for drug addicts in Nigeria: Sanwo-Olu 

Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu says his government is currently building the biggest mental rehabilitation home in Nigeria.

October 5, 2022

Ataga: Alleged murderer Chidinma’s audio conversation with security guard heard in court 

She asked, “Is the car around?” “Which car?” Mr Mohammed said, and Ms Ojukwu replied, “The Range Rover, that my oga’s car, the black Range Rover.”

October 4, 2022

Massive crowd at Ndigbo APC town hall meeting for Tinubu, Sanwo-Olu

The group was made up of Ndigbo from the 20 local government areas and the 37 local council development areas of the state.

Babajide Sanwo-Olu and Bola Tinubu
October 4, 2022

Few months to election, Sanwo-Olu announces salary increase for civil servants

The increment is for the over 100,000 strong civil servants in Lagos.

October 3, 2022

Insecurity: Cattle dealers ban trucks from conveying humans with cattle

Truck drivers will now be issued a list containing information about the goods being transported, its owner and intended destination.

Cattle truck
October 2, 2022

Kaigama calls for utilisation of culture to drive morality

The archbishop also urged Nigerians not to lose hope as Nigeria marked its 62nd Independence anniversary.

Ignatius Kaigama
October 2, 2022

Nigerians like to party like no other, New York City Mayor says

The mayor thanked Nigerians for their support when he was running to become the mayor of the City of New York.

October 2, 2022

Two POS robbers killed in jungle justice by Lagos mob: Police

The police said the incident happened on Independence Day, stressing that the mob burnt the suspected robbers beyond recognition.

SP Benjamin Hundeyin
October 1, 2022

Peter Obi rally locks down Lagos, large turnout in Bauchi, Asaba, Uyo

Traffic congestion was recorded in parts of Lagos, Asaba, Uyo, Bauchi, and Warri.

September 30, 2022

Police warn Peter Obi supporters not to hold rally at Lekki Tollgate

The police warned that anyone who disobeyed the court order would be prosecuted.