Nigerian newspaper headlines February 1, 2017.
Two officers of the Nigeria Customs Service who allegedly examined and cleared the ammunition-laden container at the Apapa port, Lagos State, have been declared wanted.
The Federal Government for the second time yesterday sought protection of witnesses that would be testifying against the former National Security Adviser (NSA), Colonel Sambo Dasuki.
The Federal High Court in Lagos has struck out the suit filed by Mrs Dame Patience Jonathan and her group Union of Niger Delta Youth Organization for Equity, Justice and Good Governance against a civil society group Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP).
The Federal Government yesterday said it had secured $1.5 billion from the China Exim Bank to begin work on the Lagos-Ibadan rail line project.
President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday called and spoke with the minister of youth and sports development, Solomon Dalung, from London, where he is currently on vacation.
The Inspector General of Police (IG), Mr. Ibrahim Idris, tuesday announced the death of the Rivers State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Francis Mobolaji Odesanya, after a brief illness at Sterling Hospital Ahmedabad Gujarat in India.
From more than 15 million passengers in 2014, Nigerian air passenger traffic declined to 6 million in 2016, Oscar Onyema, the Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, has said.
Acting President,Yemi Osinbajo, yesterday, flagged of the distribution of 20,000 solar powered lighting system in rural communities in the country. The 20,000 solar system would be distributed in homes across rural communities in the course of the year.