Caribbean Island wants better economic ties with Nigeria
In order to open up investment opportunities for Nigerian businessmen, the Consulate of Island State of Saint Vincent & The Grenades in the Federal Republic of Nigeria has concluded plans to host a conference between 10th and 14th October.....
Government agrees to consolidate charges against Dasuki
To avoid further delay in the trial of former National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Sambo Dasuki (rtd), the Federal Government has agreed to consolidate the charges brought against him in courts of the same jurisdiction.
Nigeria’s recession, affecting ECOWAS overall GDP
The President of the ECOWAS Commission, Mr. Marcel de Souza says the recession being experienced in Nigeria has a negative impact on the sub-region’s overall economic performance.
ECOWAS Court declares Dasuki’s detention illegal, asks FG to pay N15m compensation
ECOWAS Court of Justice has declared the detention of former National Security Adviser, retired Col. Sambo Dasuki, illegal and asked the Federal Government to pay him N15 million damages.
Herdsmen abduct Catholic priest, demand N2.5 million ransom
Gunmen suspected to be herdsmen have kidnapped the Rector of Fr. Tansi Major Seminary, Onitsha, Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Dim and are demanding N2.5 million ransom.
The dilemma of a cash madam
The economic downturn in Nigeria has forced us to focus more on the various governments, their ways and wastage. There is no doubt that oil wealth and the woes associated ...
Communication scholars, stakeholders canvass improved reportage on national security
The Association of Communication Scholars and Professionals (ACSPN) has chided media organisations in Nigeria for allowing distorted information on national security to feature in their reportage.
Agatu people drag Federal Government to ECOWAS Court
Lamenting the inability of the Federal Government to protect them against the activities of suspected Fulani herdsmen, a group of Agatu indigenes have dragged the Federal ...
EPA deal: The challenge of reciprocity between unequal trade partners
The October deadline for African countries to conclude their Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) with the EU has once again raised agitations among Nigerian manufacturers and other West African countries who have remained divided over the path forward.