Sanwo-Olu flags off Blue Line train today

Subsidy Removal: Labour presses ahead with mobilisation for strike

Tinubu, Four Ministers Off To G-20 Summit In India Monday

Election petitions: Tribunals decide Tinubu, 25 govs cases September

FCT: 2 Directors, 5 others face charges over land racketeering

SERAP sues Tinubu over ‘unlawful ban of 25 journalists from covering Presidential Villa’

NDLEA intercepts ephedrine, skunk, laughing gas at Lagos airport

Police confirm arrest of publisher’s brother after petition by Fashola

G-20: FG to decide if Nigeria’ll become member after consultation at summit –Presidency

FG plans mining firm, pushes gold, six minerals for revenue

Illegal miners get 30-day ultimatum to vacate sites

Electricity meters upgrade won’t affect credit balance — FG

UK grants 132,000 visas to Nigerians in first half 2023

Peseiro signs contract extension to continue as Super Eagles coach

Consumers, companies’ taxes jump 96% to N2.3tn –Report

2022 Flooding: Farmers Decry Exclusion From N1.5bn Relief Materials

Forex: Domestic operators lament over 40 aircraft grounded abroad

GTCO grows profit to N347bn, assets now N8.5tn

Tax: Govt earns N412.9bn from Dangote Cement in 3 years

Jonathan, Atiku, Obi, others for Udenta’s 21 books presentation

Tinubu not an illegal president –NBA

Falana to Abiodun: Sue Adedayo for libel or order his release from SSS

Falana demands Bawa’s release, says remand order expired

PDP wins chairmanship seats in Edo council poll

NNPP faction to probe alleged N1bn nomination form fees

Fund diversion: Ogun SDP gov candidate backs Adedayo

Accord Party A’Ibom sacks state chairman for alleged anti-party conducts

Flood risk rises in Lagos, Nasarawa, Bayelsa coastal communities

Sanwo-Olu visits 12-year-old boy with missing intestine, promise support

AbdulRazaq promotes 436 revenue staff

Kaduna gov unveils five mobile clinics, women, children shelter

Kaduna recruits 7,000

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