The National Industrial Court, Abuja, has said again that the staff of NASS cannot go on strike.
The country’s largest mobile operator in Zimbabwe- Econet – says it has been ordered to cut services until further notice.
Judgment in the $8.4m forfeiture against former First Lady, Patience Jonathan has been fixed for Feb. 11.
The Nigerian Army says troops of Operation Wild Stroke have killed 17 bandits and arrested many in three Northern States.
The US Secretary of State visits Baghdad, meets with Iraqi Prime Minister.
Martin Fayulu, opposition presidential candidate in DR Congo’s election says result of the election not negotiable.
Seven person have been arraigned in Benue for acts of terrorism
Brazil has deployed troops to Fortaleza to stop violence.
A group, Islamic Medical Association of Nigeria ABUTH, Zaria has conducted free medical outreach for residents of Zaria.
US President Donald Trump has said he could declare a national emergency to build a US-Mexico border wall without the approval of Congress. His comment came after he met senior Democrats, who refused his requests for funding. The stand-off has seen Trump withhold support for a bill to fully fund the government until he gets […]