- Good news for young Nigerians in the arts sector as federal government set to give out start-up loans
- Buhari's government raises alarm as fraudsters take over president's anti-corruption committee
- Lai Mohammed denies FG’s plan to ban overseas production of films and music videos
- Dalilin da ya sa Buhari ya fi so a kula da shi a asibitin Landan – Lai Mohammed
Ministan yada labarai, Lai Mohammed ya ce shugaban kasa Muhammadu Buhari zai yi aiki a gida ranar Laraba, amma ba daga yanzu zai rika aiki daga gida.
Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed says the phenomenon of fake news, if left unchecked, poses more threat to the nation than insurgency.
The federal government has alerted Nigerians to the plan by a Boko Haram affiliate called the Muslim Brotherhood to attack Nigerians and public places.
There are certain claims as regards how monies allocated to ministries will be spent in 2017. Nigerians disagree with the ministry of information on this issue.
The nation is going through a very tough time,with the economy in recession. FG promises much, but Lai Mohammed's ministry is set to spend N661m on refreshment.
The minister said for the FG’s micro-credit scheme, more than one million Nigerians are set to get loans at very low interest rates through bank of industry.
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has made a choice regarding the replacement for Alhaji Lai Mohammed. Bolaji Abdullahi has been chosen.
Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the minister for information, has made a very Critical statement regarding an issue that affects many Nigerians.
The APC is set to unveil a former minister of sports, Mallam Bolaji Abdullahi as its substantive national publicity secretary.
The release of 21 Chibok girls held captive by Boko Haram sect, has thrown the nation into confusion with divergent views on the issue.
The minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has said that "Change Begins with Me" was a copyright version of drama skits.
Tinubu has many politicians at his beck and call who are his die-hard associates, ready to do anything to protect their political mentor's interests.
Nigeria's minister of information, culture and tourism, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has been accused of plagiarising the work of one Mr Akin Fadeyi.