Court refuses to bar Obaseki from participating in PDP primaries. Cash out season for Judiciary
What? Lagos to Onitsha N18,000! Is it not N7,000? Why We will get to where security officers dey…. Asked dem. Na dem dey collect money from us.
Kogi state – Covid-19 state results: We wont manufacture COVID-19 case to make up your number when we have non – Cartoon
Cartoon: How far about the ‘lockdown…..ego extend? I am just trying to save you!
The maiden International Identity Day was recently marked in Nigeria with the theme: Assured Digital Identity for all. In this report, SAMSON BENJAMIN examines the lack of harmonised identification system in Nigeria and its implication for national security, and the economy among others. On Monday September 16, Nigeria formally joined the coalition of International Identity Day with the aim of Read More
The Chairman, Governing Board of Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB), Dr Yahaya Bawuro has said the agency has embark on environmental projects to reduce the harmful effects of air pollution in the FCT. He made this call during global awareness on air pollution and ways to address them. Bawuro said that AEPB had been involved in many projects to reduce the harmful effects of Read More
Higher capital requirements for insurers in Nigeria are set to provoke a wave of consolidation, with foreign players in the driver’s seat. Analysts believe that, consolidation will most likely help the new rules to work. The National Insurance Commission (NAICOM), which regulates the industry in Nigeria,increased the minimum capital for insurance and reinsurance firms across the board in May. The Read More
EFCC partner ICPC to curb vote buying, lets see how he will defeat the 2 of us-cartoon
The total value of Nigeria’s merchandise trade increased to N7.21 trillion in the first quarter of 2018. Foreign Trade Statistics released by National Bureau of Statistics for first quarter of 2018 showed that the trade increased by 19.74 per cent quarter/ quarter from N6.02 trillion in fourth quarter of 2017 and 35.07 per cent year on year from N5.34 trillion Read More