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For today, December 15:
EFCC arraigns Dasuki, Baba Kusa, NNPC ex-director, Shuaibu
As the noose tightens around the suspects in the arms scandal, former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd) was yesterday arraigned at the Abuja High Court alongside a former Director of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Aminu Baba-Kusa and Director of Finance and Administration in the office of the NSA, Salisu Shuaibu.
Police take over Zaria crisis probe
Amid international concern over the crisis in Zaria, with Iran calling on the Nigerian government to protect the lives of Muslims, authorities of the Nigerian Army yesterday said the police were taking over the investigation into the matter.
Petrol to sell for N97 next year - FG
The Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, has said the country will need to revert to the old pump price of N97 per litre of petrol next year.
Dokpesi remanded in Kuje Prison
Former DAAR Communication Plc Chairman Raymond Dokpesi yesterday arrived in Kuje Prison ahead of the perfection of his bail terms. He was shielded from anxious inmates at the facility by warders. READ MORE...
Arms probe: Dasuki set to name more beneficiaries
As details of huge funds disbursed by the Office of the National Security Adviser under Col. Sambo Dasuki continue to surface, indications emerged last night that the embattled security czar is set to expose more top politicians who benefited for the funds
Power crsis returns, hits businesses, households
The earlier improvement in electricity supply a few weeks after President Muhammadu Buhari assumed office has slumped, with businesses spending heavily on alternative energy sources like in the pre-Buhari days.