BREAKING NEWS IN NIGERIA THIS AFTERNOON, SUNDAY, SEPT 26, 2021

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We return with breaking news stories across Nigeria this afternoon, Sunday, September 26, 2021.

IPOB Orders Sit-At-Home In Southeast State On Oct 1

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IPOB Orders Sit-At-Home In South East States On Oct 1

The group in a statement signed by its publicity secretary, Emma Powerful, asked banks in the South East Region to ‘peacefully’ bring down Nigerian flags in their premises, or IPOB members will be forced to bring down the CONTINUE READING…]

2 Dead, 7 Injured As Car Rams Into Roadside Passengers In Lagos-Abeokuta Highway

2 Dead, 7 Injured As Car Rams Into Roadside Passengers In Lagos-Abeokuta Highway

No less than two persons died on Saturday as a Toyota Sienna car rammed into commuters at Kudigbe, along Arigbajo, on the Lagos-Abeokuta highway, Ogun State. Seven persons also sustained injuries in the CONTINUE READING…]

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[Photo] Man Slaughters His Brother For Money Ritual In Kwara

Man Slaughters His Brother For Money Ritual In Kwara

The Kwara State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), has arrested one lsmail Saliu, 25, for allegedly conniving with a herbalist and one other, to slaughter his CONTINUE READING…]

Nigeria Needs $400bn To Achieve Net-Zero Carbon Emissions In 30-Year – President Buhari

Nigeria Needs $400bn To Achieve Net-Zero Carbon Emissions In 30-Year - President Buhari

Speaking on Nigeria’s role as a Global Theme Champion for the Energy Transition, the theme of the High-Level Dialogue on Energy at the sidelines of the 76th United Nations General Assembly in New York, Buhari said Nigeria is CONTINUE READING…]

Family Of Lagos Taxi Driver Killed By Police Gets N10 Million Compensation

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Family Of Lagos Taxi Driver Killed By Police Gets N10m Compensation

The family was among the six recipients of N19.25million compensation by the panel, all victims of police brutality. Chairperson of the panel, Justice Doris Okuwobi (retd) presented the cheques to the victims or their families on CONTINUE READING…]