Dubai emerges one of world’s top cities in lonely planet’s best in travel list 2020
Just recently, the city of Dubai was named one of the world’s best cities for travellers to visit in 2020 by global travel authority Lonely Planet
Dubai plans record spending to revive flagging economy
Dubai unveiled a 2020 budget on Sunday projecting record spending of $18.1 billion, up 17 percent on this year, as it seeks to revive its flagging economy.
Suspect in Malta journalist's murder wants deal before talking
The main suspect in the murder of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia wants a pardon before he tells all he knows about the killing, sources close to the investigation told AFP.
Ambassador advises Nigerians to consult Embassy before business venture in Dubai
Nigerian Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Mohammed Rimi, has advised Nigerians coming to Dubai for genuine businesses to consult with the Embassy or the Consulate before embarking on such ventures.
Dubai property sales hit record volumes as prices fall
Last month set a record for the most Dubai property sales since 2008 with close to 5,000 real estate transactions, according to Dubai Land Department...
Using religious diversity to foster peaceful coexistence
The Vice President of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has urged religious leaders to emphasise more on similarities between various religions in order to prevent violence and promote peace in the country. He made this call during an interfaith dialogue organised by the United Arab Emirates Embassy in Abuja.
What is it about 100 days in office?
Over time, the idea of 100 days in office has been used to measure the success or failure of governments. While famous American writer and author, Kenneth T. Walsh, believes that 100 days should not be the ideal yardstick to establish the success or otherwise of a leader or government
Why Nigeria misses out of Africa's top 10 profitable routes
Nigeria has missed out on the top 10 rankings of the most profitable routes in Africa operated between 2018 and March this year. According to industry observers, this may not be unconnected with low traffic demand and flight frequencies, lack of tourism destinations, and the absence of dominant carriers on the international front.
At career quest, Aptech urges youths to be self-employed
Computer technology is considered key to today’s world, as it gives an avenue for exploits. Just recently, Aptech’s Lekki and Ajah centres held the 11th edition of their Career Quest programme in Lagos to sensitise parents, students and the public on the different trainings they offer. Aptech is a franchise computer technology education with a focus on ICT.