Category Archives: Education

Relief For Kaduna Teachers As Court Stops Govt from Effecting Sack

Relief For Kaduna Teachers As Court Halts Sack


BY ISAIAH BENJAMIN, Kaduna

The National Industrial Court of Nigeria in the Kaduna judicial division, yesterday, granted an order of interlocutory injunction restraining Kaduna State governor , Nasiru el-Rufai, from the planned sack of 21,780 primary school teachers who reportedly failed a competency test meant for primary four pupils.

Dakun Rindi Esq and Augustina Joshua (Miss) Esq had, on October 30, 2017, filed a motion of notice brought pursuant to order 17 rule 1(1)to (9) and order 22 rule 1 and 2 of the National Industrial Court of Nigeria (civil procedure) rules, 2017 and the inherent powers and sanctions of the honourable court as conferred by section 6(6)a 1999 constitution (as amended) in a suit number NICN/KD/53/2017 on behalf of the Nigeria Union of Teachers and Comrade Audu Titus Amba (suing on behalf of primary school teachers in the public schools of Kaduna State) against the Governor of Kaduna State, Attorney general of Kaduna State and Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria.

The suit sought an order of interlocutory injunction restraining the governor of Kaduna State and the Attorney general of the state whether acting by themselves, their officers, servants, agents and privies whosoever and howsoever otherwise from dismissing, terminating or in any manner whatsoever disengaging any primary teacher in the public schools of Kaduna State from his employment on the grounds of having failed a competency test conducted at the instance of the Kaduna State government pending the hearing and determination of the substantive originating summons.

Justice Lawal Mani granted the application pending the determination of the substantive suit and adjourned to February 6, 2018.

Speaking to newsmen shortly after the adjournment, counsel who stood in for the teachers Sunday Atum Esq commended the court for granting the order
Source: Leadership 

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JAMB remits additional N3bn to treasury

JAMB returns additional N3bn to treasury

By Frank Ikpefan, Abuja

The Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, said on Tuesday the Board has remitted additional N3.6 billion to the treasury.

He said the N5.2 billion earlier sent to the treasury was not the total money the Board actually transferred to the government.

He disclosed this during a meeting with Executives of Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union (COESU) in his office in Bwari, Abuja.

Prof. Oloyede said more monies generated from the sale of 2017 admission documents were transferred, adding that the Board had so far remitted N7.8 billion to the treasury.

He told the colleges of education executives that applicants were allowed to choose colleges of education as first choice institutions in the admission forms but most of them preferred to choose universities because the five credits requirement for admission into higher institutions was uniform.

Earlier the COESU National President, Nuhu Ogirima, had said the transfer of over N5 billion to the “nation’s coffers would remain quite indelible.”

Source: The Nation

The killing of Teacher Odilinye

The killing of Teacher Odilinye

THE death of a secondary school teacher, Miss Rita Odilinye of Starlight Secondary School, Ogidi, in Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra State has sent shock waves across the nation. According to reports, Odilinye died when the mother and a relation of one of her students whom she allegedly flogged for not carrying out a class chore engaged her in a scuffle. Until her death, Odilinye taught Igbo in the school. The teacher had reportedly arrived school on the fateful day only to discover that her class had not been swept. Following her inquiries, she was told that one Chinaza Okafor, whose turn it was to sweep the class before going home the previous day, failed to carry out the assignment.

Then, a dastardly drama reportedly played out. Queried by the teacher, Chinasa gave an insolent answer, and her enraged teacher gave her a hiding. As she was being flogged, the apparently athletic Chinasa ran out of the class, scaled the school fence—the gate was under lock and key— and made straight to her home where she reported the matter to her mother. Rather than making attempts to find out from the school authorities if indeed her daughter had been unfairly treated, the mother reportedly stormed the school in a fit of rage, armed with sticks and accompanied by her daughter and a relation, ready to pounce on the errant teacher who flogged her precious daughter. But Odilinye had left the school to attend a meeting of private school administrators. Sadly, the efforts made by other teachers in the school to calm down the aggrieved persons and allow the school authorities to handle the matter reportedly fell on deaf ears.

And when Odilinye eventually showed up at the school gate, the aggrieved mother, her daughter and her relation engaged her in a scuffle. She slumped and was rushed to a nearby hospital where she was confirmed dead. The Divisional Police Officer in charge of the area, Mr. Mark Ijarafu, who confirmed the incident, was quoted as saying: “We have arrested the mother, the daughter and one other person. The corpse of the teacher has been deposited at Iyi-Enu Hospital mortuary, while investigation is ongoing.”

It is indeed difficult to find the right words to describe the killing of Miss Odilinye. The whole episode speaks of callous indiscipline. It is indeed heartbreaking that a mother could accompany her daughter to a school to beat up a teacher, whatever her (the teacher’s) offence was. If Chinasa had been unjustly punished, what a reasonable parent would have done was to report the matter to the school authorities. And in case they failed to do justice in the matter, it would have been perfectly within the parent’s rights to report the matter to the police. However, the light esteem in which teachers are unfortunately held in this clime dictated a different course of action. In this clime, teachers have become objects of ridicule, spite and disdain, and this partly accounted for the ease with which Mrs. Okafor speedily decreed punishment for Rita Odilinye. She was not bothered at all that she was going to humiliate her daughter’s teacher, a person she ordinarily ought to appreciate for trying to assist in moulding her daughter’s character, right before other students and teachers. If this story does not speak to the virtual collapse of the nation’s value system, what else does?

If the nation’s value system was still intact, no student would dare to flog her teacher. Indeed, time was when such a thought would have been clearly subversive. But things have fallen apart and the centre, if there is one, just cannot hold. It is clear from the sad story in Starlight Secondary School, Ogidi, Anambra State, that the nation is breeding a generation of renegade students, and that days of distress lie ahead if urgent surgical operations are not carried out in the relevant sectors, including the home front. It is unthinkable that an entire class preferred to learn in a dirty environment just because one student chose to be irresponsible. Was there no student humble-hearted and dutiful enough to sweep the class on the fateful day in question? Surely, no one can expect students who cannot sweep their class to successfully manage a home in future. In any case, if students have no respect for their teachers, just how can they understand what they are being taught? And how can the education sector improve in such a situation?

The foregoing should not however detract from the need by teachers to exercise caution in dealing with their students. It is for instance clear that Miss Odiliinye could have handled the case of her disobedient student differently. The point must also be admitted that some teachers treat students unfairly, and school administrators must always ensure that they intervene meaningfully in such situations. In the extant case, though, the Anambra State government must ensure that justice is done in this case, and that events of this nature do not recur in the state. We urge the Nigeria Police to carry out a thorough and impartial investigation into the extant case and ensure that those found to have contravened the laws of the land get their just deserts. This will send a strong signal to those who think that taking the law into their own hands is fun.

Tribune Editorial 

Lagos begins bursary, scholarship payment this month

Lagos begins bursary, scholarship disbursement Dec

Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State

The Lagos State Government has concluded plans to commence disbursement of bursaries and scholarships before the end of the month of December.

Special Adviser to the Governor on Education, Mr. Obafela Bank-Olemoh said Governor Akinwunmi Ambode had given approval for the disbursement, adding that it was in line with the continued commitment of his administration to ensure that Lagos State students continue to thrive and excel in the academic field.

“Our commitment to education across the sphere is unparalleled, but specifically, with regard to tertiary education, this administration over the past two and a half years has been deliberate about increasing the capacity of our institutions,” Bank-Olemoh said.



The Special Adviser said that despite the challenging economic situation in the country, Ambode had continued to invest in a range of initiatives to upgrade the status of institutions in the State.

He recalled that in 2016, there was an increase in subvention for all the State’s tertiary institutions, while innovative programs such as Ready.Set.Work were launched to equip final year students with entrepreneurship and employability skills for the world of work.

Bank-Olemoh disclosed that to date, a total of 2,500 final year students have trained and exited into the workforce; and up 10,000 students in their penultimate year have participated in the Ready.Set.Work online program (www.readysetwork.com.ng), which qualifies them for the full-fledged program in their final year.

Besides, Bank-Olemoh added that the CodeLagos, a programme aimed at teaching coding skills to one million Lagos residents, has entered its next phase, with centres opened across the State to train interested learners at no cost to them.

“These initiatives demonstrate this administration’s unalloyed commitment to the welfare of our students. In view of this administration’s investment towards their success, we urge our students to make the most of these opportunities and continue to be good ambassadors of Lagos State,” the Special Adviser said.

2017/18 Admission: UNILAG Registration, Screening Begin Today

UNILAG Registration, Screening Begin Today

By Bukola idowu, Lagos –

University of Lagos (UNILAG) has released its registration and screening schedule for resumption of the 2017/2018, even as it called on newly admitted UTME candidates on its merit list to commence the process.

In spite of the industrial action called by the Senior Staff Association of Universities, Non Academic Staff Union and the National Association of Academic Technologists, UNILAG Registrar and Secretary to Council, Dr. (Mrs.) Taiwo Ipaye in a notice issued at the weekend said all newly admitted UTME undergraduate candidates are requested to report in the institution today.

According to her, the registration is to commence from today through Friday next week, saying candidates are expected to upload their documents by login to the students’ portal and fill the bio-data form, print the screening form.

“They are to proceed to the Registration Centres and submit copies of their documents to the Registration Officer and make payments of fees,” she said.

Ipaye cautioned against impersonation during the process saying it “is a serious offence and anybody found guilty of this will automatically forfeit his/her admission and may be handed over to security operatives.”

​BREAKING: UNILAG releases admission list for 2017/2018

BREAKING: UNILAG releases admission list for 2017/2018

• By Mojeed Alabi

…Fixes Monday for screening

Weeks after it abruptly withdrew the first batch of its admission list for the 2017/2018 academic calendar year over an allegation of corruption, the management at the University of Lagos (UNILAG) has finally released the complete admission list.

This is as the university has also advised the newly admitted candidates to come to the campus on Monday for screening purposes.

Meanwhile, instead of posting the list on its website, the university has urged its candidates to check JAMB website to know if they have been offered admission.

Source: New Telegraph

News Headlines Nov 17, 2017. Headlines From Nigeria’s Major Newspapers

News Headlines Nov 17, 2017. Headlines From Nigeria’s Major Newspapers 

Compiled by Demola Adefajo 

The Punch


93-year-old Mugabe resists military pressure to resign
Release my $5.8m, N3.35bn, Patience Jonathan urges court
Do more to address Nigerians’ suffering, Tinubu tells Buhari
Maina: Reps to question Dambazau, AGF, HoS on live telecast
Eagles in Pot 4 for Russia 2018 draw
Wilder threatens to end Joshua’s career
As Buhari stormed the territory of our enemy
Medical vacation: I’ll repay Nigerians’ goodwill, says Buhari
President, Osinbajo’s trips to gulp N1.3bn in 2018
Nine killed as train hits truck in Lagos, vehicles crash in Ogun
Police arrest Imo monarch for allegedly killing IMSU graduate
Police brutalise displaced Otodo Gbame protesters, arrest 158
Ondo poly students protest ASUP strike
Police parade suspected killers of late UNIBEN prof
Buhari made me to take salary cut, says Osinbajo
My Russian coach told me to ignore Nigeria – Brian Idowu
Allow consumers to buy meters, FG tells NERC
Ondo poly students protest ASUP strike
Police parade suspected killers of late UNIBEN prof
Teenager electrocuted after rolling onto broken iPhone cable in bed
Convention: PDP extends sale of forms to Nov 29
Anambra poll: INEC begins distribution of sensitive materials
Thugs attack VON DG during Enugu LG rerun election
Jonathan’s administration won gold in corruption – Tinubu
Buhari, a true progressive leader – Dogara
Niger governor nominates 18 commissioners
I recruited Dickson for PDP – Goodluck Jonathan
FG tightens security ahead Anambra election amidst IPOB boycott call
We’ve paid 62 contractors N50bn this year – Osinbajo
Airbus, Boeing interested in Nigeria’s national carrier – FG
We’ve found solution to Nigeria’s suspension by Egmont Group —NFIU boss
Power transmission capacity increases by 600MW, says TCN
75% of Nigeria’s online population use social media –Minister
Eagles in Pot 4 for Russia 2018 draw
Wilder threatens to end Joshua’s career
My Russian coach told me to ignore Nigeria – Brian Idowu
NOC meeting on NBBF crisis ends in deadlock
Akeredolu hails Ondo auto rally
Stockbrokers celebrate anniversary with football match
Google honours Chinua Achebe
Corruption, unqualified teachers killing basic education –Don
FG plans short courses for primary school teachers
From WAEC, new examination diet for private candidates
Winners emerge in Cowbellpedia Mathematics Competition
NGO urges better condition for physically challenged in schools
At AFRIMA, no shaking for Nigerian artistes
Bimbo Oloyede, others welcome Labule to Lekki
Financial Times captures Shyllon’s investment in arts
Calabar Festival: Face of Ediye’ begins
Fans react as Kiss Daniel part ways with record label
Serena to wed fiancé, Alexis Ohanian, on Thursday
NMA raises alarm as 900 doctors resign from UCH, Lagos hospitals
How to stop spam emails from reaching your inbox
Editorial: Mugabe’s disgraceful end
Church and tithe: True or trite talk?
A nation’s unending search for quality education
Natural gas for animal feed



ThisDay 


Tinubu: Buhari’s Govt Yet to Win Anti-Graft War
FG Comes up With Action Plan for Takeover of Distressed Discos
Nine Killed in Lagos Rail, Road Crashes, Scores Injured
Jonathan, Fayose, Others Storm Onitsha, Rally Votes for Obaze
I Do Not Know Kanu’s Whereabouts, Says Buratai
Nine Killed in Lagos Rail, Road Crashes, Scores Injured
Google Celebrates Chinua Achebe’s Legacy with Doodle
House to Probe Alleged Suspension of Female Cadets’ Admission into NDA
• Queries Second Niger Bridge, Lagos-Ibadan expressway contracts
Keyamo Petitions Lagos State over Plans to Demolish Property of Muiz Banire‘s Mum
Stakeholders Want Govt Action on Flawed Areas of Digital Switch Over Reportop
Anambra UPP Warns Against Rigging
Police Deny Withdrawing Security Aides from Obiano
APC Condemns Attack on Kachikwu, Others over Alleged Romance with Militants
Dogara Calls for Effective Networking, Collaboration in Tackling Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing
Patience Jonathan Asks Court to Set Aside Order Freezing Accounts
Court Stops Senate from Probing IG over Corruption Allegations
‘Automotive Policy Will Boost Investors’ Confidence in the Economy ‘
IMF: Debt Service to Account for over 60% of Govt Revenue in Nigeria, Gabon,…
Four Arraigned over Ozubulu Church Killings
Senate Holds 2018 Budget Debate Next Week
Tension Heightens Between Binis and Ijaws over Gelelege Land
NSCIA Appoints Galadanchi Grand Instructor, Abuja National Mosque
Maina: Again, Senate C’ttee Meets Malami behind Closed Doors
‘We Support Defence Chief Stance on Violent Agitation in Niger Delta’
‘Why N’Assembly Approved $5.5bn Loan Request’
Minister, NCC Task Govt Officials Presence on Social Media
ENSIEC Conducts Re-run Council Poll as Okechukwu Escapes Attack Christopher Isiguzo in Enugu
Boko Haram Raids Adamawa Communities
Condemns El-Rufai’s Violation of Trade Union Rights
UNICEF: Children to Takeover Leadership at World Children’s Day
Tenure of NDDC MD Ended Nov 1, Insists N’Delta Group
Anambra Dep Gov Favours Rotational Zoning as LP Withdraws Support for Obiano
CSOs Unseal Peace Corps Office to Enforce Court Judgment
Group Blames Onu, Oyegun for Ebonyi APC crisis
Lagos Begins Demolition of State Housing Estates
Council Polls: A’Ibom APC Accused PDP of Colluding with AKISIEC
Experts Call for Stringent Regulation for SIM Swap
Ezekwesili Bemoans Leadership Failure in Africa
Fidelity Bank Rewards More Customers
SEC DG Tasks Market Operators to Adapt to Changing Business Environment
Deepening Ethical Compliance in Business
Massive Youth Unemployment, Threat to Nigeria’s Future, Moghalu Warns
Injustice in the Senate

Saraki Allows Akpan to Remain in the Senate Illegally
The Politics behind Morocco’s Entry into ECOWAS
The Rise and Rise of Med-View Airline
Did Buhari Just Shoehorn Southeasterners into APC?
Oyo First Lady Tasks Women on Leadership Roles
Omoru Gears Up for ‘Girls for Sale’
Group Tasks Lagos on Access to Public Toilet Facilities for PWDs
New NPFL Season to Kick off January 14
Aguero Fit again to Face Iheanacho, Ndidi in EPL Clash on Saturday
Peru Picks Last Russia 2018 Ticket
NCF Flags off Cricket National Championship Across 26 States
CHAN 2018: Eagles to Know Opponents Today
Nine Killed in Lagos Rail, Road Crashes, Scores Injured
Google Celebrates Chinua Achebe’s Legacy with Doodle
Yakubu Gowon in Retrospect
Editorial: TEACHING AND THE EDUCATION SECTOR

The Nation


Reps panel threatens arrest warrant against Bello-
How to lead Nigerians out of poverty, by Tinubu
2018 budget: Govt votes N1b for State House Clinic
Mugabe to go on exile
Tinubu to Buhari: the good you have begun … do it more
Nine dead, many injured in accidents
Soldiers chased weapon-laden truck into Kanu’s home, says Buratai
IMF: debt service may consume 60% of govts’ revenues 
Alleged perversion of course of justice: Ricky Tarfa makes no-case submission
CSOs unseal Peace Corps house
‘My husband suffers from erectile dysfunction’
16 inmates freed in Kwara
Barman arraigned for fraud
Fed Govt: we’ll sustain momentum of economic recovery
Two in court for alleged extortion 
OAU PG students accuse management of terminating colleagues’ studentship
SSANU wants agreement with FG implemented, says don’t blame us for renewed strike
IBBU, RMRDC complete mapping of raw materials in three states 
CAF Moves 2019 AFCON Qualifiers from March 2018
‘I Overreacted’, Argentine’s Otamendi Admits After Shoving Iheanacho
Umar calls for fresh election as ban by FIBA looms
Liverpool Coach Discharged from Hospital after Ill-Health Scare
Pogba, Ibrahimovic To Return Saturday for Newcastle Clash – Official
Dalung unveils AFN’s new logo 
LMC Releases 2017/18 NPFL Calendar, January 14 is kick-off date
Group calls for NDDC’s dissolution
Ekiti 2018: Bejide promises better deal for teachers
APC won’t ignore Tinubu’s leadership role, says Alabi
Simi, Niniola, others for Pepsi Rhythm Unplugged
OBJ, Onyeka Onwenu, others receive True Nigerian Award
Nollywood actress, Amanda Ebeye launches hairline
Disabled persons urged to vote in Anambra
PPMC revokes bulk purchase agreement with three marketers
‘Intensify action on cassava bread initiative’
Nine dead, many injured in accident
How to end Apapa gridlock , by Ambode
Lagos plans 12-hour street carnival
NURTW ‘not evicting market women’
Celebrating National Press Day
Nigerian women, Owanbe and Aso Ebi
The International day for tolerance
…of friends and friendships on campus
Kaduna crisis: Is sack way out?
IMF: debt service may consume 60% of govts’ revenues 
Germany’s €32.9m renewable energy projects fund coming
Ohuabunwa advises top executives on self-management
Moghalu: Nigeria needs clear economic vision


Vanguard




On El-Rufai, Education, Politics And GMB’s Core States – Kabiru Muhammad Gwangwazo
NBBF Crisis: NOC Fails In Its Dispute Resolution
ANAMBRA: Logistics In Figures
Why Intels’ Sister Firms Lost Work Visas – FG
Abia Pensioners Lament Arrears Of Pension, Gratuity
Okowa’ll Sign 2018 Appropriation Bill Early —Oborevwori
A-Ibom APC Alleges Plot By PDP To Rig LG Poll
SEC Warns Operators, As Infractions Drop By 87%
Keystone Bank Reassures Customers Of Its Promises In New Brand Campaign
Okowa’ll Sign 2018 Appropriation Bill Early — Oborevwori
Oil Prices Rise To $62.06 Per Barrel
Naira Appreciates To N359.56 In NAFEX
Bayelsa Community Seeks Inclusion In Agge Deep Seaport Construction
Secondus Promises Internal Democracy In PDP If Elected
Babarinde, Gani Adams Call For Preservation Of Yoruba Language, Culture
Zimbabwe: World’s Oldest Head Of State, Mugabe Says He Won’t Quit
Gowon Foundation Sensitises Plateau Women On Cervical Cancer
Buhari vows to press on with anti-graft war

Watch your debt, IMF warns FG

Jonathan’s govt won gold in corruption -Tinubu
Steal public money, go to jail, Buhari tells Nigerians

ANAMBRA: Logistics in figures

Nigerians no longer want a situation where Igbo will complain about marginalisation – Jonathan

Facts have deserted Bola Tinubu faster than Usain Bolt – Jonathan

Convention: PDP extends closing dates for purchase, submission of forms

Jonathan, Ikpeazu, Fayose, others in Onitsha; beg Ndi Anambra to vote for Obaze

NBBF crisis: NOC fails in its dispute resolution

Nadal wins damages of 12,000 euros over doping slur

No let-up from Federer as he stays perfect in London

How Emenalo shaped me, by Moses

Okocha, family made me what I am today – Iwobi
Man seeks dissolution of 22-year-old marriage over wife’s inability to cook
Serena Williams set to tie the knot in New Orleans
Boobs and butts are very important to me — Abiodun Adebanjo
UNIPORT was lit, up next UNN!
My father deserves to be celebrated — Baba Sala’s son
100 Days in Office: Ojez host AGN President, Emeka Rollas
Coldplay tops $500 million on third richest tour ever



The Guardian


Trump defends Asia trip
 Nigerians are still suffering, Tinubu tells President Buhari
Prices of petroleum products increase by 24.20, 9.28 per cent in October
Cybersecurity firm unveils certification for cloud environment
 IMF raises fresh concerns over Nigeria’s public debts, others’
FG unveils intervention plan for Apapa ports access roads
Reps threaten arrest warrant against telecom chiefs for ignoring summon
Reject irresponsible leadership, Ezekwesili, others urge Africans
Dogara seeks regional synergy against money laundering, terrorism financing
At 60, UCH establishes care centre for the elderly
Sponsors unveil first Lagos team, Gidi Sharks
Imeh, Otu key to NCC Tennis League Enugu zone’s semifinal outcome
Super Eagles tantalise with World Cup hopes
Ogba excited as Nigeria Bobsled team makes Olympics history
Copa Lagos: Unearthing the wealth in the sand
Nigeria to know Morocco 2018 CHAN opponents today
BoI issues 30 days ultimatum for efedqpending loan applications
Dangote speaks about investing in Edo State
Smile Communications, Mediatek to launch latest voice over LTE smartphones in Africa
Reino-Logro Ltd organises seminar on agriculture
  Editorial: The Anambra election
  MCDonald’s vs Mai Shayis: In defence of Ganduje’s entrepreneurial scheme
Robert Mugabe and tale of the tortoise
Dee Bob Ogbuagu: A legend steps aside
So, Buhari woke up to our educational challenges?
 Okeke calls for credible poll, support for APGA’s Willie Obiano
CNPP says no to rigging, commends INEC’s preparation
UPP’s Chidoka insists electorate alone must decide
The campaigns, the candidates and the climax
The Highest Paid Celebrities Under 30
Kwese TV, TV One sign exclusive broadcast deal
NIPOST @ retreat, rejigs to remain afloat
Vodacom business Nigeria wins industry awards


The Sun


Senate report indicts Obasanjo, Jonathan
Wike canvasses national unity at Zik lecture
For a peaceful, credible poll in Anambra
Zimbabwe calm as regional leaders hold talks with Mugabe, Military
Zik lecture: Nwodo, Opadokun insist restructuring’ll end agitations
Biafra: MASSOB alleges harassment, seizure of property by Army
Obiano has 221 police personnel –IGP
‘I never withdrew gov’s ADC’ 
Anambra guber : Jonathan, PDP govs shut down Onitsha for Obaze
Urge Nigerians to defend democracy, votes
25 Finland companies visit Nigeria to foster economic ties
UI partners 12 agencies for national development think tank
Zik lecture: Nwodo, Opadokun insist restructuring’ll end agitations
The rudiments of advertising
Rohr’s army on the march (2)
Buhari, APC discriminating against Ndigbo
Anambra poll and INEC’s neutrality
Anambra governorship as another INEC’s litmus test
Anambra elections or emergency rule
Biafra: MASSOB alleges harassment, seizure of property by Army
Australian diplomat dies in New York building fall
Hong Kong customs seizes cocaine concealed in woman’s body
Nwoye’s mass appeal will give him victory –Abeze
Enugu LG polls: Sullivan, APC, no political factors –Aneke
Firearms importer offers N8m bribe, attempt suicide – Witness
Fitch assigns ‘B+’ rating to Nigeria’s Eurobond
Forget victory over Argentina, Adepoju tells Eagles
CHAN 2018: Eagles opponents emerges today
NBBF refutes claims over Civil Defenders withdrawal
2019: Wrest power from men, NOA director tells women


New Telegraph



Jonathan, govs storm Anambra for PDP rally
Nine killed, several injured, 16 vehicles damaged in multiple accidents
 Ailing Daba cries out: I want to live, I need help
 Pastor sold me to cartel in Oman for $300,000
Tension as FG moves to recover N25bn legacy funds
Jonathan, govs storm Anambra for PDP rally
Unblock my $5.8 million, N3.5 billion, Patience Jonathan urges court
2018 Budget: Buhari, Osinbajo to spend N11.545 billion
Why women stay in abusive relationship
‘Private investment in Nigeria’s airport to hit 48%’
Former Oshiomhole’s aide held for robbery
Four arraigned for Ozubulu church killings
Pension scam: Court admits suspected military officers to bail
Drug dealing: Court remands octogenarian in old people’s home
Anambra: Candidates in neck-and-neck sprint
NDDC’s Intervention in Coastal communities
Power shift: Will zoning shape poll?
Reps probe N1.1trillion varsities ‘NEEDS fund
Ogbeh to open agro-allied W’Africa expo in Lagos
Nestle targets cage-free eggs by 2025
World’s biggest wealth fund seeks to exit oil, gas stocks
Eagles can shock the world in Russia – Iwobi
Nigeria faces FIBA ban as Kida, Umar refuse to shift ground
Moses: Emenalo helped my career
Uzoho’s qualities excites Rohr
Eagles coach shops for new players    …
Ailing Daba cries out: I want to live, I need help
Cocoa: Nigeria may lose N1trn by 2020, says WACOT
Kiss Daniel confirms exit from G-Worldwide
Davido to AFRIMA organisers: Keep your awards