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It was gathered that 1,850 schools with 151,438 pupils have been covered in Osun state as Taraba state has 1,479 schools and 171,835 pupils fed so far.
Abiara, immediate past general evangelist of the Christ Apostolic Church, claimed that corruption is an innate part of human beings and will not end in Nigeria.
The Alaafin of Oyo said ASUU strike, delay in payment of salaries and pension and other socio-economic woes will continue unless the country is restructured.
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on Monday, September 18, announced a conditional suspension of its strike action after a meeting with the FG.
The northern group he government that major decisions on the restructuring of Nigerian cannot be taken by a political party but based on national consensus
The minister of women affairs, Aisha Jummai Alhassan, has claimed that President Muhammadu Buhari told his party that he would not seek re-election in 2019.
In a meeting held on Wednesday, September 6 in Abuja, key agencies of the federal government fine-tuned strategies for the implementation of the policy.
Ralph Uwazuruike, the MASSOB founder says the Nigerian federal government has bought mansions for IPOB leader Nnamdi Kanu in London making him compromised
As the industrial action embarked upon by lecturers continues, the country’s education minister, Adamu announced that the government will provide N23 billion.
The National Agency for Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) on Wednesday, August 9, said that 5400 Nigerians will be deported from Libya soon.
Two communities in Kaduna state, Gnami and Pakau have recently recorded uninterrupted supply of electricity for 2 years the federal government has said.
The Presidency has moved to stop lopsided and secret appointments into the federal civil service by agencies through streamlining the procedures involved in it.
The federal government has disclosed that the economic recession would be over before the end of the year. The FG made the disclosure through minister of Budget
President Buhari is expected to lead AU summit scheduled for 2018 entitled winning the Fight Against corruption: Sustainable Path to Africa’s Transformation.
The foremost northern group lauded the government's proactive steps to nip in the bud, the potential crisis that the actions of both groups might have caused.
After a “constant decline for eight weeks" the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) has declared Nigeria free from the deadly epidemic of meningitis
Nigeria’s education minister, Adamu Adamu, has said the government is launching a new probe into the deaths of three students of Queen’s College, Lagos.
Delta state government has been accused of neglecting some riverine communities in the federal government home grown school feeding programme in the state.
The federal government has expressed its commitment to establish dry ports or Inland Container Depots (ICDs) in the country to create jobs for unemployed youths
The Nigerian federal government has apologised to the government of Saudi Arabia for selling dates donated as gift by the Arab countries to Nigerian Muslims.
The Debt Management Office said Nigerian under President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration is presently owning foreign and local creditors sum of N19.16tn.
A statement sent to journalists on Wednesday, June 7 indicates that the beneficiaries who provided information that led to the recovery over N11.6 billion.