Rainoil Tennis Open battles thrill players
Thomas Otu and David Dawariye kept their title dreams alive in the ongoing Rainoil Tennis Open following victories over Friday Gabriel and Kareem Badmus respectively at the Lagos Country Club, Ikeja, Lagos.
Consumers to gain more as mobile phone market enjoys innovation
Nigerians and importers of goods into the country have been urged not to see the country as dumping grounds for substandard goods and products as even though purchasing power might not be as strong as the West, Nigerians know and deserve quality products
Stock market upbeat as index rises by N69 billion
Following price gains recorded by most bellwethers, transactions on the equities sector of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), reopened in upbeat yesterday, as market capitalisation appreciated by N69billion.
Church worker nabbed for blackmailing woman with nude pictures in Lagos
A church protocol officer in the habit of allegedly luring church girls to hotels and taking their nude photographs and subsequently using the photographs to blackmail them in exchange for money has been arrested in Lagos.
Adesokan, Opeyori win Mutual Benefits National Badminton Championship
Africa’s number one star, Ajoke Adesokan maintained her stranglehold on the country’s women badminton when she won the singles title at the Mutual Benefits National Championship held at the Mutual Benefit/Police College Badminton Complex in the Police College, Ikeja, Lagos.
Motorists, residents groan over failed Lagos roads
he agony of living in Lagos appears to have doubled for many residents of the State due to the deplorable state of the road network. Except for places like Alausa, Ikoyi, and some parts of Island, the entire residents could feel the pinch of impassable roads and attendant gridlocks that no longer discriminate between day and night.
Sagay opened account for our firm as consultant, witness tells court
A lawyer, Chris Okafor has informed a Lagos high court, Ikeja that a consultant to the law firm of the late Mr. Mogbeyi Sagay (SAN), Prof Itse Sagay (SAN) opened an Access Bank account for the smooth running of the business of the firm.
Traffic gridlock worsen access to Lagos airport, flight services
The pains of commutting in and out of the Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos have reached an unbearable limit – no thanks to traffic gridlock that is now a daily ritual on the corridor.
Nigeria’s failing economy takes its toll on industrial estates
One of the starkest reminders of the misgovernance of the nation by past leaders was the seemingly deliberate effort to stifle the industrial sector that was expected to tackle unemployment. As many analysts now agree, Nigerians’preference for imported goods has also weakened the few existing industries...