Alhaji Lai Mohammed
Inside illicit trade in West Africa’s oldest artworks - Part 1
Outside it has become night. In front of the windows of one of Abuja’s grandest hotels, the pool shines turquoise blue. Finally, the phone rings. It is the hotel’s front desk, announcing a guest.
FG clarifies position on social media regulation
The Federal Government says it has no intention of shutting down social media.
Modular refineries will stop fuel importation, reduce price, says FG
The Federal Government has said modular refineries will stop fuel importation as well as reducing pump price. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, said this yesterday during the pre-inauguration inspection of the Waltersmith Modular Refinery
At last, the subsidy regime ends
The Federal Government could not have expected public applause over its decision this week to end fuel and electricity subsidies.
Minister charges government agencies CEOs to justify appointments
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has charged the newly-appointed Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of some agencies under the Ministry to consider their appointments by President Muhammadu Buhari as a call to national service. The Minister, who gave the charge in Abuja, on Friday, at his first meeting with the CEOs, said…
Kangiwa promises sustainable business, seeks support of ITPN
The newly appointed Director General, National Institute for Hospitality and Tourism (NIHOTOUR), Alhaji Nura Kangiwa, has pledged committed to increasing manpower capacity...
Our borrowings are justified – FG says
The Federal Government says the funds it has borrowed so far are justifiable because they are being used for the development of critical infrastructure that will benefit Nigerians
FG hails media for COVID-19 fight, seeks more support
The Federal Government has commended the Nigerian media for their support in the ongoing fight against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
FG congratulates Mo Abudu over Netflix deal
The Federal Government has congratulated media entrepreneur and filmmaker, Mo Abudu, over her partnership with leading global streaming service Netflix