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Nigerian couple clash over 'side chick', property

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- A United States-based lawyer has accused her estranged husband, Adetokunbo Daramola, of plans to illegally acquire their jointly-owned property in Lagos. Katherine Daramola, 57, sa... Read More


WHO clarifies vaccine availability for Nigeria, other African countries

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- The World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Saturday that Nigeria and other African countries were not barred from accessing COVID-19 vaccines through the Global Assess Facility, CO... Read More


Women in Agriculture: How quitting oil servicing job helped me grow - Farmer

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- In 2004, Chinasa Asonye was an accountant in Lagos with an oil servicing firm. At that time she was married with four children. Like regular Lagos residents, she woke up very early... Read More


WTO: Okonjo-Iweala thanks U.S., Buhari, Nigerians for support

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- A former Nigerian minister, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has expressed appreciation to the United States, President Muhammadu Buhari and Nigerians for the support she has enjoyed thus far i... Read More


CAF Election: Ahmad restored as a presidential candidate

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- A new twist has been added to the upcoming CAF elections billed for March 12 as the recently restored president of the continent's football governing body, Ahmad Ahmad, is reportedl... Read More


Why Nigeria's dominance in age-grade football is under threat

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- When Samson Tijani was invited to the Nigeria U-17 national team otherwise known as Golden Eaglets in 2018, the principal thought for his ageing dad was to see his son become the sh... Read More


JUST IN: #EndSARS: Four Lagos panel members disagree over Lekki Tollgate reopening

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- At least four members of the nine-member Lagos Judicial Panel of Inquiry have disagreed over the decision to reopen the Lekki Tollgate. The four members, led by Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa... Read More


Police kill suspected cultists in Ogun

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- Six suspected cultists have been shot dead in a gun battle with the police at Oke Oyinbo township, along Market square, in Igbogila town, Yewa North Local Government Area of Ogun St... Read More


Soybean scarcity hits Nigeria poultry industry, forces prices up

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- The price of soybeans, a major ingredient used for poultry feeds, has almost doubled in the last year, according to a market survey by PREMIUM TIMES. The survey shows that a 100 ki... Read More


CAF Election: Ahmad restored as presidential candidate

Nigeria, Feb. 6 -- A new twist has been added to the upcoming CAF elections billed for March 12 as the recently restored president of the continent's football governing body, Ahmad Ahmad, is reportedl... Read More