Vanguard invites its numerous readers to be part of our citizen journalism initiative.
You can send us stories that are happening where you are. This may also include photos and videos of events you consider fascinating enough to be shared around the world.
Unconfirmed report from our Citizen reporters has it that three students of the University of Uyo have been killed as a result of a protestRead More →
Operational activities at the multi-billion naira Escravos-Gas-To-Liquid, EGTL project, has been shut down by workers in a second day of protest over demand for end of contract pay-off and other allowances.Read More →
Six members of a family, Saturday, died of suspected food poisoning at Eziama Uli,Ihiala Local Government Area of Anambra state.Read More →
An apartment on a storey building at 12 Jemtok Avenue, Okota Lagos, Saturday morning is reported to be on fire.
According to citizen Daniel, the source of the fire was not yet confirmed as at the time of this report, but occupants of the building and other sypathisers are batling to put out the fire.Read More →
Commuters have been reported stuck for hours, Friday, in an ongoing massive traffic gridlock on Apapa-Oshodi expressway.Read More →
By John Abayomi, Deputy Online Editor Life in Lagos, Nigeria’s largest commercial centre is gradually returning to normal after Sunday’s heavy downpour and flooding that has rendered many homeless , property destroyed as death toll rises to 25. Below are pictures by Lagosians in our citizen report initiative. Submerged park at Ogudu, by Diala-Uka Chike …flooding at Bariga,Read More →
After yesterday’s heavy rainfall, that left most parts of Lagos flooded, with commercial and vehicular activities paralysed, Lagosians have continued to send photos of the flood in their neighbourhood to Vanguard Online in our citizen reports initiative.Read More →
Lagos witnessed an unusual heavy downpour that started in the early hours of Sunday, causing massive floods in parts of the city.
According to reports by citizen George Inyang of Amuwo-Odofin, Simon of Ijesha, Surulere and Nelson of Dolphin Estate, most areas in the city were flooded with some houses almost submerged while the roads and drainages are locked down with traffic gridlock on the roads.Read More →
Two suspected robbers were burnt to death, Thursday, by a mob, made up of commercial motor cyclists, popularly called okada riders along Airport Road Effurun, Warri.Read More →
Many people were feared dead as a building collapsed at Mararaba, a boundary town between Abuja, the federal capital territory and Nasarawa state.Read More →
A Nigerian church, the Universal Kingdom of God’s Church , Yoff road Dakar, Senegal, was Sunday, attacked by suspected Muslim youths in the area.Read More →
The traffic situation in Lagos seems to have defiled solutions.
What do you say of a traffic jam by 6am on the Lekki-Ajah area of Lagos.Read More →
A commercial motorcyclist popularly called okada, Sunday, knocked down a young man at Iba, along Badagry road in Lagos.Read More →
TRAGEDY struck in Enugu and Oyo states yesterday as 46 persons died in separate auto accidents. Among the deceased were four discharged members of the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, who were returning to their homes after the national service. Daily, reports abound on how lots of innocent lives have been lost through these otherwise preventableRead More →
A total of 1, 493, 603 candidates who registered for the 2011 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, will be sitting for the examination across the country today. However, Vanguard gathered that due to acute shortage of spaces, only about 20 per cent of qualified candidates will be offered admission, into the about 117 universities in theRead More →
Early this morning, we woke up to the news that kerosene was now available at the NNPC mega station at the Federal Low Cost Housing estate, North Bank, Makurdi , Benue state. When I got there, I met a long queue. But I was happy that atleast kerosene is now available though, not at the government approved price of N5o/litre, ItRead More →
Below are reports by witnesses of the Abuja Police Hqtrs’ blast. Insecurity of the highest order, by Citizen Austin Oji This is insecurity of the highest order in the country. If the force headquarters could be torched. The Commander-in-chief should wake and tackle this mess. He is our chief security officer and is expected toRead More →