The United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) has appealed to Katsina State government to pay its counterpart fund of N130 million for this year’s programme. The Chief of Office, UNICEF Field office in Katsina, Padmavathi Yedla, made the appeal on Sunday, when he led other staffs of the Fund on courtesy/familiarisation
The opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Sunday maintained that after 90 days of President Muhammadu Buhari-led APC government in power to has exhibited a lack of capacity to generate and manage wealth. The party further chided the administration for “deliberately resorting to diversionary blackmail and overused excuses” instead of
A lifeless body of a 65-year-old man, Mr Dele Ogundeyi, was on Saturday recovered from a well on the Aperan Way in Omu-Aran, Kwara. The post Body of 65-year-old man recovered from well in Omu-Aran appeared first on Vanguard News.
Nigeria’s First Test Tube Baby, Hannatu Kupchi, Admitted To Study Medicine In Europe The post Nigeria’s First Test Tube Baby, Hannatu Kupchi, Admitted To Study Medicine In Europe appeared first on Nigerian News from Leadership News.
By Haruna Mohammed Salisu Bayero University Kano is known for its strict observance of moral etiquette. The university authority frowns at any student or staff found promoting indecent behaviours among students. For instance, security men working in the university keep a critical watch at students’ reading halls particularly at night
Nigerian English is a very sweet language as it allows you freestyle. It is a combination of our native languages transliterated into ‘The Queen’s English,’ as my father would call it; some colonial British English, our native languages proper, and then some contemporary Americanisms.
The body of a man identified as Christian Isha from Ndubia village, Igbeagu Community in Izzi local government area of Ebonyi State, who was kidnapped a week ago by unknown gunmen, was found with his private part mutilated and face skinned in a swamp in Igbeagbu community in Ebonyi state
The Department of Security Service has arrested 21 alleged commanders and front-line members of the Boko Haram terrorist group including the group's suicide bomb attacks coordinator. A statement signed by Mr Tony Opuiyo, DSS spokesperson, states that the sect members were arrested in different parts of the country from July
Twitter user @Fatiskira shared the very sad photo above. This was the rice/stew served at lunch to those inhabiting the IDP camp. She also mentioned something about '5 dry catfish being used to cook a meal for 3500 persons.
Bolanle Olukanni came into our consciousness two years ago but only recently did she begin to emerge as a fashion star. At the Africa Magic’s September to Remember event, the TV host stunned in a white ensemble that made her the one thing to remember from the event.
A total of 57,743 Nigerians are living as refugees in various camps in the Republics of Cameroon, Chad and Niger, the National Emergency Management Agency has said. According to NEMA, the Nigerian refugees live in eight different camps in Cameroon, four in Niger and in two locations where they take
Barely three months to the governorship election in Bayelsa State, it appears that the crisis rocking the Peoples Democratic Party in the state is far from over. It was learnt on Sunday that most of the remaining aggrieved leaders in the party are seeking to remove the acting Chairman, Chief
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