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Again, court adjourns El-Zakazky’s trial

A high court sitting in Kaduna State has, yet again, adjourned the ongoing trial of the embattled leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria...

Court dismisses El-Zakzaky’s no-case application, orders continuation of trial

THE Kaduna State High Court on Tuesday dismissed a no-case-submission application filed by Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, the detained leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria...

El-Zakzaky, wife spotted at Abuja airport leaving for India

IBRAHIM El-Zakzaky, leader of the banned Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) and his wife, Zeenat, have been spotted at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in...

Shi’ites heads to court over proscription

THE Islamic Movement in Nigeria is to challenge the court order obtained by the federal government banning the operations of the organization. Spokesman of the...

Should Lai Mohammed’s N3.5m revelation have been left off the record?

By ‘Fisayo Soyombo “JOURNALISM entails a high degree of public trust. To earn and maintain this trust, it is morally imperative for every journalist and...

The army’s assault on Shi’ites could land us in deep shit

By ‘Fisayo SOYOMBO ONCE upon a time, Boko Haram was a very peaceful group. Boko Haram — the same “dreaded”, “insurgent”, terrorist group — once...

Osinbajo’s visit to Kaduna State stalls El-Zakzaky’s trial

THE trial of Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) also known as Shiite Islamic sect, has been stalled because of the visit...

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Auditor’s-General Report: Stakeholders urge quick passage of Audit Law

STAKEHOLDERS on a radio program in Abuja have condemned the massive corruption report of several Federal Government Ministries, Departments...

Under Buhari’s Watch: Veterinary Council failed to remit N480 million in two years – Auditor-General’s Report

THE Veterinary Council of Nigeria failed to remit N480 million to the federal government's coffer between 2018 and 2019,...

Drug importation: Court adjourns trial against 7 Indians, others till Jan 21

A Federal High Court in Ikoyi, Lagos, has adjourned till tomorrow, January 21, hearing in a case the Nigerian...

Future Today Institute launches survey on journalism’s future

THE Future Today Institute (FTI) invites journalists worldwide to its Global Survey on the Future of Journalism. The survey will help...

Missing arms not peculiar to Police alone -Wase

DEPUTY Speaker of the House Of Representatives Idris Wase said the issue of missing arms might not be limited...
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