Monday, August 8, 2022


August 3, 2022

Court orders arrest of Wema Bank MD over alleged forgery

A warrant of arrest has been issued against Mr Ademola Adebisi, Managing Director of Wema Bank Plc, for alleged forgery.

Ademola Adebisi/Wema
May 8, 2022

Fuel queues resurface in Abuja

Most filling stations in Abuja have been shut down following scarcity of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS), popularly known as petrol.

Vehicles queue for petrol
February 21, 2022

Fuel scarcity: Queues gradually easing off in Abuja filling stations

Nigerians interviewed asked the FG to end the queues, stating that “The marketers can not be bigger than the government.”

November 15, 2021

Petrol scarcity hits Abuja; long queues at filling stations

“I urge all the regulating authorities to sanction fuel station owners. They are making people suffer unnecessarily, and it’s for their selfish reason,” stated Mr Audu.

Vehicles queue for petrol
September 19, 2021

Police arrest two suspects, recover N401,000 in Abuja ‘one chance’ robbery

The criminals threatened to rape and kill the victim if she failed to cooperate with them.

Police officers
August 23, 2021

#BuhariMustGo: Case adjourned as SSS fails to appear in court

A Wuse magistrates’ court has adjourned a case involving five #BuhariMustGo activists as the counsel to the State Security Service failed to show up in court.

August 11, 2021

Abuja nurses organise cultural carnival

“We are celebrating because we have put in a lot to the profession.”

July 4, 2021

Economic Downturn: Abuja elites now patronising village markets

Village markets have become the one-stop-shop for the purchase of foodstuffs by elite women.

April 20, 2021

Despite NNPC assurance, queues resurface in Abuja filling stations

A taxi driver, Emmanuel Offor, said he had been at the petrol station since 8:00 a.m. and unable to buy fuel as of 10:30 a.m.

April 19, 2021

#EndSARS protests increased cost of cooking jollof rice: Report

The average cost of making a pot of jollof rice, a highly-rated delicacy, rose by 7.8 per cent between March 2020 and March 2021.