BREAKING: Lagos Directs Senior Civil Servants To Resume On Monday – SaharaReporters.com

BREAKING: Lagos Directs Senior Civil Servants To Resume On Monday  SaharaReporters.com Mosques, Churches In Lagos To Reopen From June 19 And 21 – Sanwo-Olu  Channels Television Lagos Safety Commission begins registration of religious, social centres ahead of reopening  Guardian Lagos directs civil servants from level 13 to resume Monday  The Punch BREAKING: Churches, mosques to reopen in Lagos  TheCable View

Court fixes June 17 for suit seeking disqualification of Ize-Iyamu from APC primary – TheCable

Court fixes June 17 for suit seeking disqualification of Ize-Iyamu from APC primary  TheCable Why I Visited Tinubu ― Obaseki  SaharaReporters.com Obaseki Talks Tough, Tells Oshiomhole to Recuse Self from Edo APC Pry  THISDAY Newspapers After Ambode, will Obaseki follow suit?  The Punch Oshiomhole and Obaseki power tussle: A house divided against itself can’t stand  Guardian View Full coverage on

UPDATE: DPO, Seven Policemen Killed In Kogi Bank Robbery

Armed robbers on Thursday killed a Divisional Police Officer and seven other policemen when they invaded a community in Kogi State to attack an old generation bank.  The incident, which took place in Isanlu under Yagba East Local Government Area of the state has since sent panic across the region.  SaharaReporters gathered that the armed

Police Arrest Three Brothers For Kidnapping, Murdering Woman In Abuja

The Intelligence Response Unit of the Nigeria Police Force has arrested three brothers for the kidnap and murder of a mother of five in Abuja. The suspects – Johnson Emmanuel (38yrs), Gideon Emmanuel (31yrs), and Success Emmanuel (27yrs) – were arrested by the police in their hometown in Imo State where they had taken refuge after committing the

CDD Report Scores Buhari Low On Poverty Alleviation

The Centre for Democracy and Development has said that the high rate of unemployment and increased poverty partly triggered the security challenges in the country. This was part of the observation made by the group in its report after assessing President Muhammadu Buhari’s five years in office. CDD also lamented insufficient infrastructure in the country,