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31 Jul 2020
Nigeria’s crude oil export terminal at Forcados, Delta State, risks being shut down as leaders of the host community, Ogulagha Kingdom in Burutu Local Council, yesterday...
11 Jan 2019
The demand for Nigerian crude by European customers is currently boosting market activities in West Africa, and this is expected to increase given the demand for energy in Europe.
3 Oct 2018
The Urhobo Renaissance Movement (URM) has urged the Federal Government to revive the moribund ports in Warri, Sapele, Burutu, Koko, Forcados and Escravos in Delta State. In a statement issued yesterday titled: “Decongestion or Decentralisation: A Distress Call to the Federal Government of Nigeria From the Dying Seaports in Urhoboland”, the group registered its discontent…
31 Jul 2018
(By popular demand, this article first published on May 9, 2017 is republished in view of the bedlam that Apapa has become and the unconcern of the Federal Government towards rehabilitating the road. This cry will continue until the road and railway are done for easy evacuation of containers from the port). Wailing, lamentation, wailing,…


58 mins ago
The Nigerian Army Ordnance School (NAOS) in Epe, Lagos State, has graduated 20 officers and 14 soldiers in its Armament and Ammunition Technical Course 2022.
1 hour ago
The Police Command in Katsina State on Friday honoured a Constable, Nura Mande, who found and returned missing 800 dollars to its owner in Katsina.
1 hour ago
The Ondo State Executive Council has approved the selection of Prince Olugbenga Ojo as the new Oba of Iralepo Isinkan in Akure South Local Government area of the state.
1 hour ago
Gov. Simon Lalong of Plateau has commended the Speaker House of Representatives, Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila, for advocating improved welfare for the vulnerable.
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Team Nigeria on Friday qualified for the men’s 4×100 metres relay event of the forthcoming World Athletics Championships in Oregon, U.S..