[Guardian] Angered by the seemingly intractable killings across the country, senators yesterday charged President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately dismiss the heads of security agencies as well as the service chiefs.
[Vanguard] Abuja -The Federal Government has made clarification on the confusion trailing the whereabouts of recovered loots, insisting that they were being paid into dedicated accounts with the Central Bank of Nigeria.
[Premium Times] A presidency official has ‘clarified’ that President Muhammadu Buhari did not invite British model, Naomi Campbell, to any event during his two-day visit to Lagos State.
[Daily Trust] Lafia -One after the other, six members in a family of eight became paralysed in similar circumstances. Now, they are worried, their siblings are not safe.
[Premium Times] The 371,800 figure often quoted as the number of members of the Nigeria Police Force in the country included no fewer than 80,115 ‘ghost officers’, data obtained from the Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation by PREMIUM TIMES have uncovered.
[Vanguard] Abuja -Nigerian lawyers freshly engaged by the Federal Government to assist with the repatriation of $321 million stolen by Sani Abacha, former military ruler, will be paid $17 million (over N6 billion) for their services.
[Vanguard] A Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) team on Sunday morning rescued a pregnant woman from suspected kidnappers in Badagry, Lagos.
[Leadership] A Federal High Court sitting in Wawa Cantonment, Kainji, Niger state has set free about 475 suspected Boko Haram members.
[Premium Times] The Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, has written to President Muhammadu Buhari, urging him to back off on his administration’s legal battles against the principal actors in the controversial Malabu Oil deal.
[Guardian] The Federal Government is reported to have directed money deposit banks to release information on the income and assets of their customers to the tax authorities with a view to enforcing extant tax regulations.