WHO, govt shut down Lagos hospital where Ebola victim died Begin testing of all passengers on board with Liberian How we identified disease in patient, by doctors

Chukwuma Muanya, (Guardian) - AS part of measures to prevent the spread of Ebola Virus, WHO and the FG have shut down the Lagos hospital where the first victim died.




Buhari's suspected bomber, dressed like a woman, nabbed in Kaduna

Chris Agbambu, (Nigerian Tribune) - A man suspected to be connected with the Wednesday explosion targeted at former Head of State, General Muhammadu Buhari, has been arrested by soldiers. He was arrested disguised as a woman, even wearing a brassiere.

13 Suspects arrested for visa fraud at US Consulate, Lagos

Olalekan Olabulo, (Nigerian Tribune) - According to the police, "a petition from the US Consulate-General, Lagos, dated July 9, alleged that one Adegbola Abiodun Esther, with Date of Birth 31/12/1988, appeared at the US Consulate-General for Non-Immigrant Visa Interview with forged Canadian, Turkish and Angola visas, with entry and exit stamp claimed to have visited the said countries."

82 People killed, scores injured as Buhari escapes death in Kaduna bomb blast

Luka Binniyat, (Vanguard) - At least 82 persons were killed yesterday, and several others injured in two bomb blasts in Kaduna, targeted at former head of state, General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) and an Islamic cleric, Sheikh Dahiru Bauchi. Both men, however, escaped unhurt.

'Detention' at Abuja International Airport, my story -Ezekwesili, in London

Ramon Oladimeji, (Punch) - A former Minister of Education and a champion of the #BringBackOurGirls Campaign, Mrs. Obiageli Ezekwesili, has narrated her ordeals in the hands of security operatives at the Abuja International Airport on Monday.

Auto Policy: 30 Vehicle manufacturing plants would soon commence operation in the country

Staff, (Guardian) - THE National Automotive Council on Tuesday said 30 vehicle manufacturing plants would soon commence operation in the country. The Director, Policy and Planning, Mr Lukman Mahmud, made the disclosure in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja.

FG forbids States from registration, 'deportation' of Nigerians • Loophole: North's terror sponsors forego such steps with impunity

Staff, (Punch) - The Federal Government on Monday ordered state governments, which had been registering and deporting some Nigerians from parts of the country because of terrorism, to desist forthwith.