Former First Lady Patience Jonathan Tells Court $31.4 million Frozen In Bank Accounts Belongs To Her | The Guardian
Former First Lady, Dame Patience Jonathan, is claiming ownership of the $31.4 million involved in an alleged fraud case before a Federal High Court in Lagos.
Counsel to the first defendant
Edo Guber Election Postponement An Assault On Democracy, Says Situation Room
The Nigeria Civil Society Situation Room (Situation Room) has described the postponement of the Edo State governorship election by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as an assault on democracy.
Ondo Police Identify, Remand ‘Killer Cop’ Who Shot Cyclist Dead In Omifon
The Ondo State Command of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) has identified the disgruntled police officer who shot a commercial motorcyclist, otherwise known as “Okada Rider”, at Omifon axis of Ore
Ogun State High School Vice Principal Issues Students’ Academic Report Card On Sheets Of Paper
Schools owned and run by the Ogun State government are now issuing their students report cards written on plain sheets of papers; SaharaReporters has found out. “This is a ridiculous development,”
Nigeria To Borrow Money From World Bank, China, Japan
The Office of the Presidency announced on Thursday that it approved plans to receive loans from the World Bank, China’s Exim Bank, and the Japan International Cooperation Agency.
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