Amnesty International Accuses Lagos Govt Of Illegal Demolition Of Otodo-Gbame
Amnesty International said the forceful eviction of residents of the Otodo-Gbame waterfront community was carried out in violation of a court ruling issued in January specifically prohibiting it.
President Buhari May Resend Magu’s Name To Senate
Members of the Presidential Advisory Committee on Corruption (PACAC) believe that Senate's screening of Magu is flawed and that Magu is still the man for the post of EFCC chairman.
Senate Lacks Power To Insist Customs Boss Wears Uniform – Falana
Femi Falana (SAN), notable human rights lawyer, has pointed out that the Senate does not have the power to compel Col Hameed Ali (rtd), the Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, to wear his uniform.
Court Rejects Moro’s Request To Travel Abroad For Medical Appointment
A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has rejected the application by Abba Moro, former Interior Minister, to travel abroad for a medical appointment.
Natural Resource Efficiency Can Inject $2trn Into Global Economy – UNEP
The UN Environment Programme said smarter and more efficient use of the world’s natural resources can inject two trillion dollars into the global economy.
‘The CEO’s Bible’ Features 2Baba, Tiwa Savage; Hits Shelves March 24
A book which was published and authored by the publisher of YES Magazine, Azuh Arinze will be released soon. It features conversations with top executives on starting, sustaining and standing out in business.
Jibrin Urges Supreme Court To Clarify Powers Of The National Assembly
Honourable Abdulmumin Jibrin (Kano/Kiru/Bebeji) has revealed that the bane of Nigeria's existence is corruption which, according to him, has eaten deeply into the fabric of the nation.
President To Approve 29-man Minimum Wage Committee
A 29-man committee would soon be approved by President Muhammadu Buhari, says the Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige.
Nigerian Lawmakers Meet With Mbeki To Discuss Xenophobic Attacks
As part of efforts to quell the xenophobic uprisings in South Africa, members of Nigeria’s House of Representatives have met with former President Thabo Mbeki.
Tensions Show As Trump, Merkel Meet For First Time
Stark differences between President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on everything from trade to immigration were in full view during an icy first meeting at the White House.
President Buhari Tasks Graduates To Use Energy For Entrepreneurial Growth
President Muhammadu Buhari has urged university graduates in the country to use their energy for entrepreneurship, innovation and creativity.
Fayose Advises New Ekiti CP To Shun Politics, Sustain Peace
The Ekiti State governor, Ayodele Fayose, has charged the state's new Commissioner of Police, Abdullah Chafe, with sustaining the peace currently being enjoyed in the state.
NLC President Calls On Buhari To Extend Anti-Graft War To States
President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) Ayuba Wabba has urged the Federal Government to extend the anti-corruption war to states.
Expert Cautions Against Long Use Of Mobile Phones, Computers At Night
Working long hours on the computer can affect the eyes and vision. It can trigger a negative reaction to the eyes and cause headache, loss of concentration and Computer Visual Syndrome.
NANS Demands Prosecution Of Ekiti Revenue Officials Complicit In Students’ Murder
The Ekiti state government has been handed a seven-day ultimatum to bring forward the IRS officials who allegedly killed two students of EKSU.
House Of Representatives Probes Customs Boss
The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Colonel Hameed Ali (rtd), is under probe after the acceptance of such a motion on the floor of the House of Representatives.
CBN, IFAD Give Awards To 60 MFBs, Others For Supporting Grassroot Economy
The Central Bank of Nigeria has given awards to 60 micro finance banks and institutions under the Rural Finance Institution Building Programme (RUFIN).
Nigeria, Others To Receive $119.25m Humanitarian Aid From Canada
The Canadian Government said it would provide 119.25 million dollars as funds in response to humanitarian crises in Northeast Nigeria and four others.
International Community Set To Partner FG on Niger Delta
The Special Adviser to the President on Niger Delta said the Federal Government will partner international community to stabilise the Niger Delta region.
Ibrahim Magu Gets Transparency International Invite To London
Acting EFCC chairman Ibrahim Magu, will on 21 March be a guest speaker at an international conference on money laundering and assets recovery organised by Transparency International.