Dubai Property: An Oasis for Nigeria’s Corrupt Political Elites
By: Matthew Page Summary:  For Nigeria’s corrupt political elites, Dubai is the perfect place to stash their ill-gotten gains and enjoy luxury real estate worth millions. But unless authorities stop turning a blind eye, the long-term costs to Nigeria’s economy and Dubai’s reputation could be high. The mention of... Read more
Bayelsa Coastline Residents Report Dead Fishes As Environmentalist Seeks Investigation
Residents along Foropa, Sangana axis of the Atlantic coastline in Bayelsa have reported sighting dead fishes littering the shoreline amidst safety concerns in the maritime ecosystem Some of the residents who spoke in reaction say the development was strange and could be an indication of increasing toxicity of the... Read more
Anambra Lauds Nigeria’s Travel Restrictions Over Conoravirus
The Anambra State Government has lauded Nigeria’s Federal Government for placing a ban on travelers from the 13 countries most affected by the Coronavirus pandemic outbreak and for restricting its officials from foreign trips until further notice. Boss Mustapha, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation, led top... Read more
Nigeria Bans Travellers From 13 Countries Over The Coronavirus Pandemic
At the conclusion of its inaugural meeting today, Nigeria’s Presidential Task Force on the Coronavirus (PTF-COVID19) announced a number of decisions top of which was a ban on travellers fron the United States, United Kingdom, China and ten other countries most affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. The other affected... Read more
Kano Emir, Sanusi Dethroned By State Government
The Emir of Kano, Malam Muhammadu Sanusi ll has been dethroned by its appointing authority, the Kano State Government   The dethronement owed to what the state government described as the disrespect to the office of the governor and other government agencies. In a statement issued today, March 9,... Read more
‘Doing Well Is Doing Good’ – Says First Bank CEO, Adedutan
I travel to meet Dr Adesola Adeduntan in Edinburgh, where he has been invited to give a keynote address at the Edinburgh School of Business about the role of financial institutions in driving financial inclusion. Fittingly, as you land in Edinburgh, you are greeted by billboards from different investment... Read more
Nigeria: A Killing Field Of Defenseless Christians
A SPECIAL REPORT BY THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR CIVIL LIBERTIES & THE RULE OF Law-INTERSOCIETY; DEDICATED TO VICTIMS OF ISLAMIC JIHAD IN NIGERIA:   . 350 Killed In Jan & Feb 2020 …between 11,500 and 12,000 Died in 57 Months (Since June 2015), 4m-5m Fled & Over 2000 churches... Read more
Rohr Invites Musa, Ekong, Omeruo, 21 others for Leone Stars
. Iheanacho returns; Dessers, Ehizibue are first-timer   Technical Adviser Gernor Rohr has listed team captain Ahmed Musa, vice captain William Ekong and veteran defender Kenneth Omeruo in his 24-man Super Eagles’ roster for the quick-double 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying fixture against the Leone Stars of Sierra... Read more
Help The Hard Worker: “Mama Put” Vendor Emerges Winner Of February Edition
Lidia Thelema Soberekon has emerged winner of the February edition of the “Help the Hard worker” monthly competition organized by a non-governmental organization, Princewill’s Trust for entrepreneurs, youths and Rivers residents who are engaged in micro business ventures and all forms of hard work in Rivers State. Miss Lidia,... Read more
Black History Month: Some Milestones in Black History
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