Photos | Customs impounds boxes of rifles in Lagos

Operatives of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) in Lagos have intercepted 49 boxes containing 661 pieces of pump action rifles. Hameed Ali, comptroller-general...

Photos | Saraki, Dogara Meet Buhari In London

Earlier today The Recorder reported that the Senate President, Bukola Saraki and the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara went to see President Muhammadu...

FRSC Boss Cuts Female Staff Hair

The Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps in Rivers, Mr Joseph Toby, on Monday carried out a general...

Photos | EFCC Recovers $38m, N23m In Lagos Home

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Wednesday uncovered yet another stash of foreign currencies and Naira notes in Lagos. At the end of...

Photos | Newly Built Pedestrian Bridge At Ojota By Lagos State Government

Night view of the newly built Pedestrian bridge at Ojota by the Lagos State Government which will be commissioned today, Friday, March 24, 2017 by...

PHOTOS: BUHARI DEPARTS ABUJA FOR LONDON

President Muhammadu Buhari couple of minutes ago departs Abuja for London on a 10-day vacation.

Photos | Ambode Completes Ojodu Berger Pedestrian Bridge And Lay-Bys

Completion Of Ojodu Berger Pedestrian Bridge, Construction Of Lay-Bys, Slip Road And Segregated Bus Park Built By Ambode Led Lagos State Government. See photos...

PHOTOS: BUHARI LEAVES FOR EGYPT

President Buhari departs for Sharm El-Sheikh Egypt for Africa Business Forum on 19th Feb 2016
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