The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has called on the commission’s desk officers to develop themselves for greater productivity for the forthcoming general elections to be more credible than that of 2015.
The presidency on Wednesday, December 13, said President Muhammadu did not consult 91 political parties before declining to append his signature to the electoral bill because he needed to act in the best interest of Nigeria.
The prime minister of Luxembourg, Xavier Bettel, has said the country will make all public transportation free by 2019. The prime minister said all fares for trains, trams and buses would be scrapped by summer 2019.
The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has said that electricity generation companies (GenCos) that fail to comply with the stipulated frequency control that ensures stability of the power grid would be removed from the grid.
Central African Republic's football federation chief, Patrice Edouard Ngaissona, has been arrested in France over war crimes allegedly committed in his country. The crimes included murder, extermination, deportation among others.
The Kano state govt has set up a 23-member committee on state-sponsored wedding of 3,000 widows, divorcees and spinsters in the state. The committee will select and screen eligible beneficiaries across the 44 LGAs in the state.