Senate no longer probing its invasion, mace-snatching - Spokesperson

Nigeria, Jan. 27 -- The Nigerian Senate is no longer investigating its 2018 invasion by men who forcibly removed the mace, a spokesperson has said. The Senate spokesperson, Godiya Akwashiki (APC, Nas... Read More

What to expect as Senate resumes in 2020

Nigeria, Jan. 27 -- Members of the ninth assembly are expected to resume legislative activities on Tuesday, after a five-week-long break. And as they gear up to resume work, there are expectations fro... Read More

Amotekun: Don't back down, Nigerians tell South-west governors

Nigeria, Jan. 26 -- While the controversy over its implementation still lingers, the majority of Nigerians who participated in a PREMIUM TIMES poll believe that South-west governors should go ahead wi... Read More

U.S - Iran Crisis: Don't take sides, Nigerians urge Buhari administration

Nigeria, Jan. 20 -- Majority of Nigerians who participated in a PREMIUM TIMES poll have asked the federal government not to take sides in the 'crisis' between the United States and Iran. Although mos... Read More

Ifeanyi Ubah appeals court order sacking him as senator

Nigeria, Jan. 19 -- A sacked senator, Ifeanyi Ubah of the Young Progressives Party (YPP) has filed an appeal against Friday's judgement of the Federal Capital Territory High Court in Bwari that sacked... Read More

We've accepted community policing in Nasarawa - Gov Sule

Nigeria, Jan. 17 -- The governor of Nasarawa State, Abdullahi Sule, has disclosed that the state has introduced community policing. He said the introduction of community policing in the state is to c... Read More

Court sacks Ifeanyi Ubah as senator

Nigeria, Jan. 17 -- A Federal Capital Territory (FCT) high court in Kubwa, Abuja, has nullified the election of Ifeanyi Ubah as the senator representing Anambra south. The court ordered the Independe... Read More

ECOWAS, CDD, Amnesty discuss ways to promote education for IDPs, others

Nigeria, Jan. 16 -- The Economic Community for West African States (ECOWAS), Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD), Amnesty International and some other organisations have discussed ways to promo... Read More

Group wants skirts included in NYSC uniform

Nigeria, Jan. 15 -- An advocacy group, Serve With Skirts Movement, on Wednesday, held a peaceful protest at the Unity Fountain in Abuja to demand inclusion of skirts as part of the uniform for the Nat... Read More

I was not convicted in U.S., Omo-Agege insists

Nigeria, Jan. 14 -- The Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege, has dismissed claims he was convicted in the United States of America by the State Bar Court of the State of California, Los Angeles in... Read More