Lagos State Governor, Mr Babatunde Fashola (SAN) at the weekend flagged off the first ever Lagos Sea Food Festival, describing it as an opportunity to showcase the enormous entrepreneurship, hardwork and resourcefulness of the people who live in the coastal areas.
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Ouattara said he hoped the United Nations Security Council approval could come in late November or early December, which would allow the force to be put in place days afterward
Contrary to a widely circulated press statement by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) through its Head of Publicity, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren over the arrest of a Nigerian with $238, 858 at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, the Nigeria
Daily Sun learnt that at the close of submission of application, eight professors applied for the job, with six from UNILAG and two others that were identified by the joint Council/Senate search team
In a statement by his Special Assistant on Media, Emeka Obasi, Kalu said there was nothing wrong with the refusal of the offer by Buhari, adding that he was in a position to talk with the group for the return of peace to the country
Sources said the gunmen attacked the Kasuwan Shanu area of Geidam town on Friday night and shot dead five people mostly traders
Corruption in the oil and gas sector of the Nigerian economy has engendered multiple inconclusive probes and reports that threaten multi-billion dollar Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) expected to flow into the oil and gas sectors of the Nigerian economy.
Nigeria lost the chance to salvage parts of her lost pride after she lost third place at the African Women’s championship to Cameroon yesterday. The sorry Falcons fell 1-0 to a 31st minute strike by Gaelle Enganamouit to finish their worst-ever AWC in the fourth place. The Lionesses
Despite the controversy that trailed previous intervention fund meant to rescue troubled airlines in the country, the Federal Government is again proposing a fresh package of financial stimulus for domestic airlines.
Umeh, who was visibly angry while briefing newsmen yesterday in Enugu over a recent claim that himself and Governor Rochas Okorocha shunned a peace meeting held recently in Awka, blamed both Governor Obi and Mrs. Bianca Ojukwu for the problem in APGA