• London returnee picked up by parents at airport, taken to Ogba home
• Mass gatherings not advisable, minister tells religious groups
The confirmation of the third coronavirus case in Nigeria on Tuesday woke the Federal Government from its slumber as it rolled out a number of measures to stop the spread of the disease
A herbalist, Simon Odo, popularly called Onu Uwa, has explained the reason behind his decision to marry 58 women, saying most men die untimely due to pressure from bad wives.
Odo, who is also known as King of Satan, spoke on Monday in an interview with journalists on why he married his 58th wife recently.
With the international oil benchmark, Brent crude, falling below the $30 per barrel mark on Monday, the oil-dependent Nigerian economy has come under more pressure from the sharp drop in government’s expected revenue.
The coronavirus crisis has worsened, leading governments and businesses to shut down as the global economy appeared to be headed towards certain recession.
• Appeal Court lifts embattled chairman’s suspension
• Court gives Giadom go-ahead to become acting chair
John Alechenu, John Ameh, Ade Adesomoju and Leke Baiyewu
The Court of Appeal in Abuja on Monday lifted the suspension of Adams Oshiomhole as the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress.
Before the appellate court nullified Oshiomhole’s suspension, the President, Major General
A prosecution witness, Olaleye Isma’il, on Monday told a Borno State High Court in Maiduguri that Aisha Wakil, alias Mama Boko Haram, connived with two others to divert N111.7m contract funds.
Mama Boko Haram, who is the Chief Executive Officer and founder of Complete Care and Aid Foundation, is facing trial before Justice Aisha Kumaliya on
With new tolls and key developments, here is the latest in the coronavirus crisis.
– More than 3,800 deaths –
Since the novel coronavirus first emerged in late December, 2019, 110,564 cases have been recorded in 100 countries and territories, killing 3,862 people, according to an AFP toll based on official sources on Monday around
The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) and officials dealing with government finances are meeting right now.
Those attending are the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed; Minister of State Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva; and the Minister of State, Budget/National Planning, Clement Agba.
Other officials of government attending the meeting include the Governor