President denies allegation of nepotism, says appointments and policies have been fair and inclusive

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Police kill 14 gunmen as officers repel attack on a police station in Benue

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Kaduna state yesterday suffered yet another attack as gunmen killed a student in Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic, Zaria, Kaduna state. The attack tool place on the main campus better known as “UPE” located along an expressway just at the entrance of Zaria was attacked on Thursday night. Confirming the unfortunate incident, the state government promised to …

Ahead of the June 12 “Buhari Must go campaign “ set to take place on Saturday June 12, President of the National Association of Nigerian Students, Sunday Asefon has said the association has distanced itself from the protest. In a monitored report on the PUNCH, the NANS President, Sunday Asefon, disclosed this in a statement …

Following the appointment of Faruk Yahaya as the new army chief, the long awaited reshufflement by The Nigeria Army has been with some of its senior officers redeployed in a major shakeup. Announcing the shake up is the Outgoing Army spokesperson, Mohammed Yerima, a brigadier general, in a statement on Thursday. Notable amongst the new appointments …

• Buhari: ‘Lagos Has Shown True Resilient Spirit’ • Lagos Equips Police with Anti-Riot Water Cannons, Troop Carriers, Patrol Vehicles, APCs, Communication Gadgets • Governor, Again, Makes Case for ‘Special Status’ Lagos State Government has tightened the noose on criminal elements, as Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu fortifies the armoury of the State Police Command with new …

President Muhammadu Buhari has again hit Samuel Ortom Governor of Benue, whose state is the hotbed of herders killings in the country. The Benue governor had accused the president of not being firm enough when it comes to herdsmen issues. The president said, “The governor of Benue said I cannot discipline the cattle rearers because …

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