The Lagos state Command of the Nigeria Police Force says Saturday it has arrested one of its officers caught on camera brutalizing women in Lagos. “The officer has been arrested already and we...
Governor Godswill Akpabio of Akwa Ibom urged President Goodluck Jonathan to sack three governors of three states in Nigeria’s northeast area most plagued by terror attacks by members of Boko...

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Opposition political parties are rejecting Monday, April 4, as the new date for Nigeria’s National Assembly Elections, claiming that it favours only the ruling People’s Democratic Party (...
James Onanefe Ibori, who is known to be awaiting extradition to the United Kingdom to face money-laundering charges, may already be a free man following the intervention of the Government of Nigeria...
Following the postponement of today’s National Assembly election, the Chairman of Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has been told to step down by the Nigerian Human Rights...
After careful consideration and extensive consultation, the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (M.EN.D) today, Saturday April 02, 2011, has decided to temporarily call off our planned...
As earlier reported by SaharaReporters, INEC Chairman, Attahiru Jega, has postponed today's parliamentary election to Monday, April 4.
President Goodluck Jonathan is reportedly on his way to the federal capital Abuja to attend an emergency meeting over the massive failure of today's parlaimentary election.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) might have cancelled today's elections in majority of states across Nigeria as the agency could not provide election materials to voters across...
The Institute for Media and Society (IMS) and its Partners have launched a nationwide media support centres for journalists covering the elections. The internet ready centres are to be available for...
Today is election day in Nigeria. Members of the parliament across 36 states of Nigeria plus the federal capital territory will be elected today.
Nigerian political candidates must rein in their supporters to put a stop to continuing violence on the eve of national polls, Amnesty International said today.
Dear Citizen Reporters: We owe ourselves a patriotic duty to record the national legislative elections today with every technology available to us.
Tomorrow, the first of a three-stage national elections in the country will commence as candidates fight for the right to become members of parliament at the federal level, a job that can earn them...