Monday, May 17, 2021


May 15, 2021

Wanted Yau Kumo no longer Buhari son-in-law: Presidency

The president’s spokesman declared that the marriage between the wanted fugitive and Mr Buhari’s daughter crashed a few years ago.

Kumo, Fatima and Buhari
May 14, 2021

Insecurity: Abuja community cries for police presence

The community had in the past few months experienced series of kidnappings and other crimes.

FCT Commissioner of Police (CP), Bala Ciroma
May 13, 2021

Buhari son-in-law declared wanted over N31bn fraud

Mr Kumo, a former managing director of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, in 2016 married Mr Buhari’s second daughter Fatima.

May 9, 2021

Online drugged-cookies suppliers nabbed in Abuja

The suspected dealers admitted that they had been in the business for over three years, NDLEA spokesman said.

National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) 1
May 6, 2021

FCT schools are safe, says director

The director said the secretariat has strengthened its surveillance with strict adherence to security tips.

School children reading used to illustrate the story.
May 6, 2021

We’re monitoring terrorists’ infiltration of Abuja: Police

“I assure residents that we will continue to do our best. We are still on alert. But God is the best protector of all.”

May 5, 2021

AMAZING: Twenty-five-year-old Malian gives birth to nonuplets

The mother and the nine babies are in stable condition.

May 3, 2021

Insecurity: ECOWAS issues security warning to staff

“Intelligence reports warn of plans by undesirable elements to infiltrate various parts of the country, particularly state capitals, including the Federal Capital Territory.”

May 2, 2021

FCTA imposes hefty fine on unauthorised felling of trees in Abuja

“Once any tree planted in private houses has grown, it becomes a public property that requires the permission of the government before its removal.”

FCT Minister Mohammed Musa Bello
May 2, 2021

REVIEW: How Buhari, Osinbajo performed last week

Security challenges received continued attention, talks held with U.S. and Zambian leaders and the president fell out with Father Mbaka.

Buhari and Osibanjo