Lassa fever: Kogi baby dies, doctor tests positive

GBENGA ODOGUN A fresh outbreak of Lassa fever in Kogi State, on Saturday, claimed the life of a seven-month-old baby while a medical doctor, who treated the deceased, also tested positive for the

Ambode vows to tackle Lagos roadside waste

Tobi Aworinde The Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, on Saturday, allayed the fears of residents in the state over the resurgence of waste on major highways and streets. Ambode said the

LG autonomy ’ll end herdsmen killings —NULGE

Peter Dada The Nigeria Union of Local Government Employees, South-West block, has stated that the insecurity in the country will be adequately addressed if autonomy is granted to local

CAC factions end war

The areas of contention, which have been causing disunity, chaos and litigation in the Christ Apostolic Church over the years between two major warring factions, appear to have been resolved. A

‘Give monarchs security roles’

Femi Makinde The Timi of Ede, Oba Adesola Lawal, has said traditional rulers must be given security roles to play in order to enhance security arrangements and to stop the wanton killings by