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Latest news this afternoon (Monday, February 26, 2018)


  • Why many Nigerians are in Chinese Prisons – Envoy
  • BREAKING: Buhari hosts freed UNIMAID lecturers
  • Israel arrests family member of jailed Palestinian teen
  • Presidency puts off this week’s FEC meeting
  • Paul Pogba pushing for Man United exit
  • Supreme Court orders reinstatement of sacked Appeal Court’s chief registrar
  • Frozen accounts: Patience Jonathan asks court to jail bank chiefs
  • Four killed in building fire in central English city
  • More body parts found in Japan after decapitation case
  • Abduction of Yobe schoolgirls a ‘national disgrace’, CNN journalist tells Buhari
  • Pregnant robbery victim gives birth, dies after C-section
  • Re: Dear Senator Tinubu, Buhari has thrashed us all
  • Man jailed seven years for keeping human head
  • Malabu: AGF’s advice won’t stop Jonathan, Adoke’s probe, Reps insist
  • Woman drowns in church’s well, pastor arrested
  • Pregnant robbery victim gives birth, dies after C-section




  • Reprieve for Benue IDPs as Rochas Foundation Offers 1,000 Scholarships to Displaced Children
  • Ajaokuta: House Invites Adeosun, Fayemi to Sectoral Debate
  • Ex-First Lady Asks Court to Jail CEOs of Three Banks for Disobedience to Court…
  • Presidency, N’Assembly Set to Review Trade Treaties
  • Lagos Police Call for Verification, Revalidation of Pump Action Rifles
  • Supreme Court Reinstates Appeal Court Chief Registrar Nine Years after Compulsory Retirement
  • Herdsmen Kill 15-year-old Boy in Kogi
  • Babalakin Seeks Internal Cleansing of Judiciary
  • Air Peace Delivers First Boeing777 to Nigeria
  • Corruption Index: Take Ranking as a Wake-up Call, SERAP Tells Buhari
  • Police to Commence Broadcasting Service Across 36 States
  • Okorocha: Let Nobody Envy Me Because of My Wealth
  • Delta Govt Appeals to SPDC to Return Administrative Office to State
  • Herdsmen-Fulani Attacks: FG Tasked on Border Patrol
  • Police Kill Suspected Kidnapper in Zamfara, Recover Arms
  • Petroleum Marketer Petitions IG, Alleges Police Harassment
  • Ortom Asks Nigerians to Be Concerned About Security
  • C’River APC Crisis Deepens as Zonal Vice Chairman Rejects Congress



The Guardian

  • Why many Nigerians are in Chinese prisons, says envoy
  • Ogun community laments IBEDC’s epileptic power supply, high tariff
  • ‘Save Lake Chad’ meeting opens in Nigeria
  • FRSC seeks intervention of INEC over menace of campaign billboards in Bauchi
  • Man commits suicide after killing 5 family members
  • Tambuwal pledges assistance to children orphaned by Boko Haram
  • Lukaku ends big game doubters to outshine Morata
  • Griezmann hat-trick as Atletico trounce Sevilla, cut gap on Barcelona
  • Juventus snowed off, Lazio go third as AC Milan stall Roma
  • Halep reclaims world number one ranking
  • Nigeria’s newest star says he smokes so water gets to those who need it
  • Neymar injury mars PSG victory over Marseille
  • Michelle Obama Memoir “Becoming” Set For Publication In November
  • Five Travel Experiences In Africa You Should Absolutely Have
  • Event Update: Innovation 22’s Relationship, Love and Everything In-Between




  • Benue Killings: Controversy Trails Alleged Withdrawal Of Special Forces By IGP
  • Akeredolu Denies Boroffice As Senator Representing Ondo North
  • Refuse: Concerned Stakeholders Back LASG, PSPs Parley On Waste Management
  • Ambode Finally Signs N1.046Trn Budget Appropriation Bill 2018 Into Law
  • Pastoralists Seek Buhari’s Intervention On Seized Grazing Land In Jigawa
  • Oloyede Expresses Satisfaction As 211,000 UTME Candidates Write Mock Exam
  • Some FCT Parents Pay Extra Fees For Children To Learn British Accent
  • Police Begins Illegal Arms Mop Up
  • Buhari Receives Rescued Lecturers, Police Officers’ Wives In Aso Rock
  • Ondo Inaugurate N42b Egg Powder Plant
  • Why Many Nigerians Are In Chinese Prisons – Envoy
  • Stranded Ebonyi Students In Abroad Appeal To Governor Umahi For Assistance
  • AFN Official Denies Bias In Selection Of Commonwealth Team
  • Re- Ordering Of Elections Sequence By NASS Constitutional – Atunwa




  • NULGE urges NUT to support local govt autonomy
  • Brig-Gen Chukwu assumes duty as new army spokesman
  • Buhari receives rescued lecturers, police officers’ wives in Aso rock
  • 3 out of 10 children suffer malnutrition in Kaduna ―Save the children
  • Group to FG: Provide adequate security for Communities affected by insurgency
  • Police begin investigation on suicide incident in Iheakpu-Obolloafor
  • DR Congo police kill 1, injure 4 in dispersing banned protest
  • 3 African countries ban secondhand clothes imports
  • Billionaire investor, Warren Buffett says good deals tough to find
  • Africa President, Ramaphosa forgives newsreader for ‘killing’ him
  • More than 300,000 displaced Nigerians taking refuge in neighbouring states —Minister
  • APC: Buhari, Tinubu in game of wits
  • NASU strike: Students threaten sympathy strike
  • 2019: PDP gov plots with Buhari’s men



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