Despite being fellow members of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), apart from the staggering volume of trade, though mostly informal, among their citizens; many countries in the region have no bilateral agreement.
Daily Archives: April 18, 2013
Last Tuesday, the National Assembly resumed plenary where it is expected that Committees on Constitution Review (CRC) would move speedily to conclude the exercise.
Right now, Wisdom Chibuzor Wakama is a palpably rapturous gentleman. And indeed, the man from Rivers State has a genuine cause to rejoice. Wakama was one of 300 ex-militants empowered on Thursday, last week, by the Presidential Amnesty Office with tools to kick-start their own businesses after a long life in the creeks.
A 22-year-old man, Julius Aboy was yesterday sentenced to death for stealing N955, 600 by a Delta State High Court sitting in Warri. The trial judge, Justice Marshal Mukoro of High Court 1, who handed down the sentence told the convict that he is to die by hanging.
Sports Minister, Mr. Bolaji Abdullahi, recently hinted that the Federal Government has concluded plans to concession the two national stadia in Abuja and Lagos. The move, he explained, will make them functional and add to their utilitarian value.
The management of Sunshine Stars of Akure has dismissed report that Super Eagles’ defender, Godfrey Oboabona, has been offered 1million euros, which was reportedly turned down by the club. The Executive Director, Ondo State Football Agency (OSFA), Mike Idoko, who also doubles as coordinator of Sunshine Stars,
Regrettably, Nigeria, the most populous black nation on earth with a population of over one…
The National Sports Commission (NSC) has warned that it would henceforth, conduct regular doping tests on Nigerian athletes ahead of the preparations for the forthcoming Commonwealth Games and the 2016 Olympics. Minister of Sports, Malam Bolaji Abdullahi, who gave the warning at the opening ceremony of a two-day anti-doping workshop for national coaches and technical directors of various sports in the country,
Following the success of its two previous shows, Simi and A Step Too Far, television’s emerging favourite drama series, Tales of Eve, is set to rock the air with the third show entitled, Girls Only. Tales of Eve, which hit the airwaves in August, 2011 is a collection of moving stories which portray the life and experiences of African