‘Pandemic-driven disruptions push down global manufacturing
Global manufacturing output in the first quarter of the year, slowed down by six per cent due to China’s lockdown to contain the spread of COVID-19, as well as ongoing uncertainties arising from trade...
‘Equitable distribution of palliative measures will check citizens’ unrest’
The General Overseer of the Resurrection Praise Ministries For Africa, Archbishop Samson Benjamin, has urged the Federal Government to use the €50 million donation by the European Union...
Nigeria Needs ToBe Formidable to maintain regional peace, security over Brexit, say experts
As Britain opts out of the European Union (EU), experts on international affairs have warned that Nigeria needs to be influential to be able to maintain regional peace and security over Brexit.
Democracy at crossroads in the heartlands
January 31, 2020, was a momentous day on both sides of the pond (Atlantic Ocean). Brexit happened and the United States (US) Senate, controlled by Trump’s Republican Party
EU, UNICEF urge use of renovated PHCs in Bauchi
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has advocated proper use of the 40 primary healthcare centres (PHCs) it renovated in collaboration with European Union (EU) in Bauchi State.
Cross River assembly kicks as state government shops for fresh N35b loan
The Cross River State House of Assembly has again expressed reservations, as the state government shops for N35b loan from three commercial banks in the state for the second time in three weeks.
What will change, remain the same during Brexit
As the United Kingdom (UK) formally leaves the European Union (EU) today, it will immediately enter an 11-month transition period.
Declining imports push U.S. trade deficit to three-year low
The U.S. trade deficit fell to a more than three-year low in November as imports declined further, likely weighed down by the Trump administration’s trade war with China, and exports rebounded, suggesting the economy ended 2019 on solid footing.