The National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Gombe has warned intending Muslims pilgrims against smuggling of hard drugs and kolanuts to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
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Humans could become extinct if sperm counts in men continue to fall at current rates, a doctor has warned.
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He tweeted that he had consulted with military experts and cited "tremendous medical costs and disruption".
The Obama administration decided last year to allow transgender people to serve openly in the military.
But in June, Defence Secretary James Mattis agreed to a six-month delay in the recruitment of transgender people.
notice to those doing business under the Obalende bridge to vacate as the Lagos state government is set to modernize the area.
This comes on the back of intense flooding being experienced across all parts of the state since the rains began.
The state government says owner of such properties are preventing the smooth flow of water in drainage systems.
The red chamber commenced voting on thirty-two items listed for review in the 1999 constitution on Wednesday.
The lawmakers rejected the 35 per cent affirmative action for women as ministers, as well as 20 per cent for women as commissioners in states
They voted to support independent candidacy during elections, voted to change the name of the Nigeria Police Force, and also voted to support single term for president and governors
positions as a short lease given them by providence and the electorate to shape the present and determine the future of millions and generations yet unborn.
He stated this at their Sixteenth Conference which held in Abuja.
State House Correspondent Mariah Olasehinde reports that as part of the activity for the day a flag procession was done to identify the countries represented, this was followed by the presidential procession for the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo accompanied by the president of the senate Bukola Saraki and the Host speaker Yakubu Dogara.
Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has expressed Nigeria’s full support for the reform process that will enable the African Petroleum Producers Organization rise up fully and adapt to the changing global realities and the global economic order.
Two Islamic tutors, Kamaledeen Alade and Hammed Adebayo, who allegedly gang-raped 14-year-old and 16-year-old girls, were on Wednesday arraigned in Lagos.
Alade, 32, and Adebayo 27, whose addresses were not provided, pleaded not guilty to four counts of conspiracy, rape, sexual penetration and application of charm at a Surulere Chief Magistrate’s Court.
The prosecutor, Sergeant Anthonia Osayande, told the court that Alade was the founder of an Islamic school, where youths learnt the Quran.
"Son of man, so sadden many are losing instead of gaining. The 21st centuries are busy producing atheists instead of preachers. Sadden that the humanities are building atheist, false preacher, divergent evangelist and sculptor of money minded preachers instead of producing elegant souls for my Father’s (God’s) kingdom. These were not my initial ministration on earth. Many have lost the hope of eternity" - Oyeniyi Olayemi Samuel
REASONS WHY I CALLED AND STILL CALLING DISCIPLES TO MY MINISTRATION
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Just prior to sending out the twelve disciples, Jesus
Controversy has arisen over the death of a 29-year-old graduate of the University of Bauchi, Kolawole Idowu, at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja.
Family members of the victim said although Kolawole died at LASUTH, they believed his condition was worsened by doctors at the Ikeja Medical Centre, a private facility on Allen Avenue, Ikeja.