Chief Ezeagwuna Emeka, Ebekwedike Agulu of Anambra State, in Abuja has urged Nigerians to embrace peace and live in unity.

The Inspector General of Police, Suleiman Abba, has reiterated the ban on setting up of Police roadblocks nationwide, saying that the order prohibiting roadblocks is still strictly in force.

As govt commences distribution of thermometers to schools, Schools in Kaduna State are ready to resume classes following the State governments order to resume, as well as the preventive measures put in place to ensure a hitch free resumption for schools.

Four civilians were reported killed in the remote north of Cameroon in a cross-border attack by Boko Haram militants, according to state radio.

The Ebola epidemic that is sweeping West Africa has been discussed by the G20 finance ministers for the first time.

President Goodluck Jonathan has departed Abuja en route to New York for the 69th Session of the United Nations General Assembly.

National leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Saturday, told all its governors, federal and state legislators, ministers, chairmen of locals, all appointed and other elected officials to be prudent in the management of resources if the party must continue to get the votes of Nigerians in presidential and general elections.

Students and lecturers ran out of their lecture halls over the weekend at Bayero University Kano in fear as a result of a sound which they heard and thought it was an explosion.

There is confusion in Kwara State over resumption date by public and private schools in the state.