Demand for residential, industrial segments to drive real estate growth
The opportunities created amid the COVID-19 pandemic has raised optimism that the residential, construction, and industrial segments of real estate market are to drive the sector’s growth...
Five arrests and police injured at anti-lockdown protests in London
Police in London said Saturday they arrested five people, and eight officers were injured, after disorder at large-scale protests against England's remaining coronavirus restrictions...
MTN connects 12.2m subscribers as earnings hit N1.3tr
Telecommunications firm, MTN connected 12.2 million new subscribers and earned revenue of N1.3 trillion in 2020.
FG forecloses second COVID-19 lockdown, urges observance of safety protocols
The Federal Government, yesterday, said it had no plan to impose a second COVID-19 lockdown on the country considering impact of the 2020 outbreak.
Stakeholders lament disruption of NWFL as referees body allegedly demands ‘sitting allowance’
What was expected to be a renaissance in Nigeria’s domestic league after the COVID-19 lockdown of sporting activities suffered a major blow on Wednesday last week when members of the Nigeria Football Federation...
Stakeholders seek recognition for handlers of GBV cases
Stakeholders have advocated for the recognition of groups taking up cases of victims of gender-based violence (GBV) as essential workers in the country.
Human trafficking: Illicit trade that thrived despite COVID-19 restrictions
Twenty-year-old Agnes Fubara had looked forward to a career as a news presenter. From an early age, she joined the editorial club in her school to prepare her for journalism.
Poultry farmers lose N1. 5 trllion to COVID-19 lockdown
As part of the fallout of Covid-19 lockdown the poultry industry may have lost a whopping N1.5trillion in about four months of the COVID-19 lockdown.