Staff, (Punch) - According to a Police Public Relations Officer, the protesters turned violent and attacked the policemen deployed to monitor the protest, killed two and injured two others. A pregnant woman was hit by a stray bullet during the fracas.
Staff, (Punch) - The revelation comes about a month after the EFCC arrested a former Resident Electoral Commissioner in Rivers State, Mrs. Gesila Khan, and other top INEC officials in the South-South for allegedly receiving N675.1m from Diezani.
Staff, (Vanguard) - Senior students of The John Carroll School in Bel Air surprised their Nigerian classmate by sponsoring his motherís visit for his graduation. Mike Tertsea left Nigeria four years ago to study at The John Carroll School in Bel Air, hence his mum had not seen him him for four years.
Shola Adekola, (Tribune) - According to a source, some of the deportees were violent when officers of the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) attached to the international wing of the airport attempted to collect their fingerprints for data purpose.
Staff, (Vanguard) - With this action, the CBN has nullified the official exchange rate regime of N197/dollar. The CBN took the measure following severe pressures on external reserve and foreign exchange supply crisis. ...It means that round tripping and arbitrage have been curtailed.
Staff, (Daily Sun) - However, Dino Melaye, a senator from Kogi west, while making his contribution, said that sexual harassment was a two-way traffic. He argued that some students willfully seduce their lecturers with the aim of getting academic favours.
Bayo Akinloye, (Punch) - Popular Nigerian pastor, Sunday Adelaja's church is currently enmeshed in an adultery scandal following allegations that he had extramarital affairs with at least 20 women in his church.
Staff, (Guardian) - Two days after the rescue of the first girl, Amina Ali Darsha Nkeki, and her four-month-old baby, the Nigerian Army yesterday said it has rescued a second Chibok girl, Miss Serah Luka.