Two German archaeologists who were kidnapped in Kaduna State on Wednesday have regained their freedom.
President of the United States, Donald Trump, was believed to have barred some media houses, including CNN, BBC and the New York Times from a White House press briefing by Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Ibrahim Idris, has said that the Police force will recruit at least 10,000 personnel every year to boost its operations.
Justice S.M Shuaibu of the Federal High Court, Kaduna has ordered the interim forfeiture of the 17 vehicles found in a warehouse belonging to former Comptroller General of the Nigerian Customs Service, Abdullahi Dikko-Inde, to the Federal Government.
The Nigerian Navy has announced the discovery of a depot in Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, where illegally refined Petroleum products are warehoused for onward transportation to destinations across the country.
Rotimi Akeredolu, a senior advocate of Nigeria, and member of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, has been sworn in as the new Governor of Ondo State, taking over from Olusegun Mimiko of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
An anti-immigration march is underway in South Africa’s capital Pretoria, following a spate of attacks targeting homes and shops owned by foreigners in the capital.
The protest which was organised by National Association of Nigerian Students, NANS also moved to the South African High Commission in Abuja where they burned the country’s national flag.
Senate President Bukola Saraki has pleaded not guilty to the amended 18-count charges brought against him by the federal government before the Code of Conduct Tribunal, CCT.
The Registrar, Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, JAMB, Ishaq Oloyede has disclosed that the Board has prosecuted five persons for selling fake Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME forms to unsuspecting candidates.