• $15.5m: Court Refuses To Unfreeze Patience Jonathan’s Account

    Justice Mohammed Idris of the Federal High Court in Lagos yesterday declined to unfreeze the $15.591 million frozen by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), allegedly belonging to four companies linked to the former first lady, Mrs. Patience Jonathan. Justice Idris refused to give a verdict on the contentious case on...

  • Dogara Harps On Investment To End Terrorism

    For the efforts aimed at checking terrorism and illegal migration in Nigeria and the world at large, to yield desired results, there must be education and economic empowerment of citizens, Speaker Yakubu Dogara of the House of Representatives, has said. Dogara, said this yesterday when he received the president of Italy’s Chamber...

  • Plateau Utd Lift Plateau FA Cup

    Plateau United FC over the weekend, emerged winners of the Plateau State FA Cup, after a deserved 3-1 win over eternal rivals Mighty Jets in a pulsating final played at the Rwang Pam Stadium. Ibeh Johnson scored a brace, one in each half, after Kabiru Umar had drawn the Jets level and...

  • Washington Loves Gen McMaster, But Trump Doesn’t

    The national security adviser has lost sway. The White House says everything’s fine. For the Washington establishment, President Donald Trump’s decision to make General H.R. McMaster his national security adviser in February was a masterstroke. Here is a well-respected defence intellectual, praised by both parties, lending a steady hand to a chaotic...

  • SGF/NIA DG: Uncertainty Over Osinbajo Probe Report

    A familiar tremor of uncertainty is fluttering in the country over the implementation of the report of the three-man panel set up by President Muhammadu Buhari to probe suspended secretary to the government of the federation (SGF), Babachir Lawal and director-general of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA), Ayo Oke. With the president...

  • As MMA 2 Clocks 10

    Like the mythical phoenix, the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal 2 (MMA2), Ikeja, rose on May 2007, from its own ashes of the fire that had destroyed the old Lagos Domestic Terminal in 2000.  10 years on, it has been a success story for the world class terminal built and operated by an...

  • Reps Summon Ngige Over Job Losses In Telecoms Sector

    The House of Representatives yesterday summoned the minister of labour and productivity, Senator Chris Ngige over the spate of job losses in leading mobile network operators in the country. The  ad-hoc committee of the House investigating operational activities of telecommunications equipment and service companies and vendors in Nigeria, expressed readiness to interface...

  • FG Donates Drugs, Essential Commodities For Chibok Girls’ Rehabilitation

    The federal government has donated drugs and other essential commodities to an undisclosed medical facility for the rehabilitation of the 82 rescued Chibok school girls. The minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, presented the items to the clinic yesterday in Abuja. Mrs Boade Akinola, the Director, Media and Public Relations, Federal Ministry...

  • Cows To Carry Micro Chips In Katsina

    Cattle breeders association, otherwise known as Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria, Katsina State chapter, has approved micro-chip inplants for their livestock to increase the security of their animals. The Katsina  State chairman of the association, Mannir Atiku Lamido, made this known at the launch of the animals identification and management...

  • Delisting: Investors Lose N9.5bn In 4 Companies

    Investors on the Nigerian capital market have lost N9.5 billion worth of their investment as the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) delisted four quoted companies from its Daily Official List. The companies are Beco Petroleum Products, MTECH Communications, MTI and UTC Nigeria. The delisting of the afore-listed companies was approved by the quotation...

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