• Governor Nasir El-Rufai warn parents against Almajiri,promise to punish offenders

    Governor Nasir El-Rufai warn parents against Almajiri,promise to punish offenders0

    Kaduna state governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, has sent strong warning to parents who enroll their children into the Almajiri system, promising that any parent who ignores his message may end in jail. The governor gave the warning on Monday, May 25, when he visited some Almajiri children repatriated from Nasarawa state, and undergoing rehabilitation and

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  • NNPC filling station inferno claims 30 vehicles – LASEMA

    NNPC filling station inferno claims 30 vehicles – LASEMA0

    The Director-General, Lagos Stat e Emergency Management Agency (LASEMA), Dr Olufemi Oke-Osanyintolu, on Tuesday said the fire outbreak at Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) filling station, Ifako-Ijaiye, Lagos, has destroyed 30 vehicles. The filling station is located at YayaYaya Abatan bus Stop, off College Road, Ifako-Ijaiye Local Government Area of Lagos State. Oke-Osanyintolu said this in

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  • Muslims start Ramadan under lockdown

    Muslims start Ramadan under lockdown0

    Muslims start Ramadan under lockdown Muslims across the world began marking the holy month of Ramadan under unprecedented coronavirus lockdowns on Friday as the US added another half a trillion dollars to its already-massive support package for the pandemic-ravaged economy. The virus has upended life around the planet as nations try to stop the spread

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  • BREAKING: Four dead as car rams into commuters in Lagos

    BREAKING: Four dead as car rams into commuters in Lagos0

    At least four people reportedly died in Lagos on Tuesday when a car rammed into commuters standing at a bus stop. It was gathered that the accident happened at Ogudu, inward Third Mainland Bridge. According to an eyewitness, no fewer than four people died in the accident. The eyewitness said the accident, which saw some

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  • Catholics in Nigeria Mark Ash Wednesday Wearing Black To Protest Against Insecurity

    Catholics in Nigeria Mark Ash Wednesday Wearing Black To Protest Against Insecurity0

    Catholics faithful today are marked with ash as they usher in the Lenten season in black to show grievances at the rate of security challenges in Nigeria. The Catholic Bishops of Nigeria were quoted in a statement asking faithful to wear black or at least black armbands as a sign of mourning and solidarity with

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  • Fire guts building in Magodo

    Fire guts building in Magodo0

    A building at 70 Bashiru Shittu Street in Magodo is on fire, an eyewitness told NAN on Wednesday morning. The eyewitness said the fire started from the backroom of an upstairs of two flats behind the landlord’s duplex. The building was razed to the ground by the fire which lasted for two hours, with efforts

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