- A lot of events happened in Nigeria and in other parts of the world over the weekend and today, Monday, January 25
- Naijaloveinfo Dailies have got you covered for some of the major news headlines
President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised by a former Senate president, Dr Abubakar Bukola Saraki on using peaceful engagement to solve the Fulani herdsmen crisis in Oyo and Ondo states.
Lagos State Police Command has arrested some suspected cultists involved in the Aguda Surulere weekend clash between rival cult groups.
Wife of detained Shi’ite Group, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky is said to have tested positive for coronavirus disease as members of the Group calls for her release in order to be treated.
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The English Premier League as well as the football world was hit by the breaking news of the sacking of Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard by owner, Roman Abramovich
Captain of the Nigeria national football team, Ahmed Musa has been linked with a move to Premier League side, West Bromwich Albion managed by Sam Allardyce.
Armed bandits kidnap no fewer than 20 persons in Paikoro, other towns in Niger state, North Central Nigeria.
Former Paris Saint Germain and Borussia Dortmund manager, Thomas Tuchel tops list of coaches to replace Frank Lampard at Chelsea in a few days time.
Unknown gunmen storm Orphanage Home in Abaji area of Abuja, abduct no fewer than 7 persons including security man.
Oyo police commissioner calls for calm amid Fulani herdsmen crisis in Ibarapa area of the Southwest state
Southwest governors to meet with Miyetti Allah members at Akure to resolve lingering herdsmen crisis
Governor Kayode Fayemi of Ekiti says Fulani are welcomed in his state, advises against whipping up tribal division
Some travellers were reportedly kidnapped by killer herdsmen along Benin-Ore Highway
Security breaks down in Orlu, Imo state as Nigerian soldiers and members of IPOB Eastern Security Network engage in gun battle.
Sunday Igboho says Yoruba in diaspora are in support of his action
Nigerian military airstrikes bombard armed bandits hideouts in Kaduna forests