Ministry, EU partner on N36 billion water project for Niger Delta
The European Union (EU) and the Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs are planning a N36 billion water project for nine states of the Niger Delta, which are expected to contribute N350 million each as counterpart-funding.
Brexit: When democracy fails?
In May 2015, David Cameron led his party to a major electoral victory as the Conservatives won 24 more seats in parliament, making it 331 seats and clinching the required majority.
Ekweremadu writes UN, U.S., EU over forgery trial
Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, has written to the United Nations, the European Union, United States’ Congress, European Union Parliament, governments of United States, United Kingdom and other foreign missions, alerting them of imminent threat to Nigeria’s democracy.
On Brexit for Nigeria
The dictate of democracy is that the majority, no matter how slim, carries the vote. This has been the case in a recent referendum held in Britain as to whether or not the country should remain in the European Union.
‘Brexit won’t affect Nigerians living in UK in anyway’
The united Kingdom (UK’s) referendum last Thursday in which Britain voted to leave the European Union (EU) indeed came as a big shock to the world and has revealed the UK as a divided country.
EU group seeks support for polio fight in Nigeria
The European Union Support to Immunisation Governance in Nigeria (EU-SIGN) has called on government, religious and traditional leaders to support the eradication of polio as well as reduction...
Brexit to affect prime property market in London
The prime property market in London is likely to be the affected the most by the referendum results in the United Kingdom, which will see the country leave the European Union.
Pressure for second referendum mounts in UK
Pettioners yesterday said that European Union’s (EU) rules were triggering moves for a second referendum, after United Kingdom (UK) voters forced the country’s exit from the union.