Contrary to its previous claim, the Nigerian Army has admitted that most of the schoolgirls abducted in Borno by suspected Boko Haram members on Monday are yet to be rescued.
Nigeria’s former national goal keeper, Peter Rufai, on Wednesday, said the Super Eagles do not need to play against top-rated teams as they prepare for the 2014 Federation of International Football
Idris Wada, the executive governor of Kogi State, has dissolved the State Executive Council, relieving all the 16 commissioners in the state of their posts.
MTV Base, Africa’s number one music authority has announced the nominees for this year’s MTV Africa Music Awards, MAMA 2014.
The Murtala Mohammed International Airport, MMIA, Lagos, has been recognized as the 2014 Best Emerging Airport in the African region.
The Federal Government has said that it will mount a massive security operation to protect delegates to the World Economic Forum on Africa to be hosted in Abuja between May 7 and 9.
Just as some women staged a protest to the venue of the ongoing National Conference over the killing of scores of people at the Nyaya motor park in Abuja yesterday, Boko Haram struck again in Borno
By: Janet Jackson