EU to be more 'assertive' says new chief Michel
Europe will become more "assertive" on the world stage, the new head of the European Council, Charles Michel, vowed Friday as he took over from Donald Tusk.
PDP seeks foreign sanctions against INEC, police over Kogi, Bayelsa polls
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has requested the United Nations (UN), the European Union (EU) and the African Union (AU) to impose sanctions on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) for allegedly abusing their offices during the last weekend’s governorship elections in Bayelsa and Kogi states.
Boris Johnson presses election rival to explain Brexit stance
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson pressed opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn on Tuesday to tell voters in next month's election whether he backs leaving the EU.
NIMC partners World Bank, EU to register every citizen
The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) is partnering the World Bank and other international organisations to ensure the registration of all Nigerians, by birth or naturalisation.
INEC, EU move to sensitise young female voters ahead of Bayelsa guber poll
Ahead of the November 16, 2019, gubernatorial election in Bayelsa State, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has intensified its sensitisation campaign with a forum organised for young female voters in the state.
What Brexit holds for Nigerian economy, others
Britain’s exit from the European Union (EU), popularly known as Brexit, could trigger the renegotiation of Nigeria’s existing trade deals, estimated at over $5billion with country, which was done through the union.
The Brexit brouhaha and the petulant BoJo!
Our crowd-pleasing ace music maestro, Chief Sunday Adeniyi, popularly known as King Sunny Ade sang preemptively in one of his explosive songs. And the audacious lyrical song speaks to the current conscience and consciousness of the British MPs
EU envoys agree three-month Brexit delay
European Union members agreed Monday to postpone Brexit for up to three months, stepping in with their decision less than 90 hours before Britain was due to crash out with no divorce deal.