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Twelve corpses burnt as fire razes OAU morgue

Nigeria, Nov. 19 -- At least 12 corpses were affected in an early morning fire outbreak on Tuesday at the morgue of the Department of Anatomy, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Osun State. PREMIUM... Read More


#BayelsaDecides: Ballot box violence, corruption, other irregularities mar exercise in Yenegoa

Nigeria, Nov. 17 -- There was a high level of irregularities perpetrated by political thugs and some security officials at the November 16 governorship election in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State capital. Obs... Read More


#BayelsaDecides: Security Officials 'Restrict' journalists from Collation Centre

Nigeria, Nov. 16 -- There is an uproar at the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) main office in Bayelsa between some journalists and security agents. The security officials are denying ... Read More


Bayelsa Election: APC supporters protest disqualification of governorship candidate

Nigeria, Nov. 14 -- A protest is ongoing at Igbogene in Yenagoa, capital of Bayelsa State, by supporters of the All Progressives Congress (APC). The protesters blocked the road and waved placards and... Read More


BREAKING: Thousands of Nigerians stranded on bad Sapele-Warri road

Nigeria, Nov. 14 -- Thousands of Nigerians travelling enroute Sapele-Warri federal highway have been left stranded following the poor state of the road. PREMIUM TIMES correspondent trapped on the roa... Read More


Two killed at Osun illegal mining site

Nigeria, Nov. 10 -- At least two persons were killed on Thursday night at an illegal mining site in Aruwa village, Atakumosa Local Government Area of Osun State. PREMIUM TIMES gathered the deaths occ... Read More


TRENDING: Controversy trails Black Axe's 'donation' to police

Nigeria, Nov. 9 -- The Neo Black Movement (NBM) cult group has reportedly donated two iron shelters to traffic police in Osun State. The cult group is also known as Black Axe or Ayee confraternity. T... Read More


Nigeria yet to settle N150 billion judgement debt - AGF

Nigeria, Nov. 5 -- Abubakar Malami, the Attorney General of the Federation, has said Nigeria is owing over N150 billion in judgement debt. Mr Malami disclosed this while speaking on Channels Televisi... Read More


Insecurity: Deaths, kidnappings reduce across Nigeria last week

Nigeria, Nov. 3 -- At least three persons were killed and four others kidnapped in reported violent attacks across Nigeria last week. These are the lowest figures since PREMIUM TIMES in May started tr... Read More


Insecurity: Killings, kidnappings reduce across Nigeria last week

Nigeria, Nov. 3 -- At least three persons were killed and four others kidnapped in reported violent attacks across Nigeria last week. These are the lowest figures since PREMIUM TIMES in May started tr... Read More