Wednesday, 7 June 2017
SHOCKING: Ex-minister’s son on trial for alleged N1.2 billion fraud granted permission to travel for hajj
The lesser hajj is an Islamic rite to Saudi Arabia recommended for Muslims who can afford it. It is not mandatory on Muslims, neither is it health related, with health treatment being a mjor reason judges usually give such permission for foreign travels.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the six male students were kidnapped by gunmen from their school premises two weeks ago.
Donald Trump has nominated the lawyer and former assistant Attorney General Christopher Wray to be his new FBI director, replacing James Comey who he fired amid an investigation into the Trump administration's links to Russia.
Two men are forced to have sex with female rapists after sharing taxis with them in latest spate of attacks carried out by women in Zimbabwe
- One man was picked up in Harare before having a gun pointed at him and abused
- The other claimed to have been drugged and molested while knocked out
- Zimbabwe police urge public to be vigilant after spate of female-on-male rapes
- Investigation comes a week after similar incident in neighbouring South Africa
The federal government said on Wednesday it had released about N375.8 million for payment of 20 whistleblowers who provided information that led to the recovery over N11.6 billion.
A military plane from Burma has reportedly disappeared with 116 people on board.
Shocking video shows hooded men swinging weapons at customers as they are dining at an Indian restaurant
- Two men are seen brandishing weapons at Needoo Grill in Whitechapel, London
- Plates and glasses can be heard crashing in the background as a woman screams
- A man and a woman suffered minor injuries and no arrests have been made
The Buhari Media Support Group (BMSG) calls on Mr. Femi Falana, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) to desist from inciting his clients, the Shiites religious movement against serving government
The Federal Ministry of Finance has confirmed release of N375.8M to the first batch of 20 providers of information under the Whistleblower Policy. The payment, of various amounts totaling N375,875,000, relate to the recovery of N11,635,000,000 .
The Minister for Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun stated: “This payment, which is the first under the Whistleblower Policy, underscores the commitment of the President Muhmmadu Buhari-led administration in meeting obligations to information providers under the Whistleblower Policy. The policy is an essential tool in the fight against corruption.”
“FULANI HERDSMEN” The way forward..The audacity at which most of these herdsmen commit serious crimes to humanity is alarming.
Joy was a second year Mass Communication student at the Cross Rivers State University, Calabar. She was allegedly killed via overdose of hard drugs administered on her on December 20, 2016.
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