Monday, 4th March 2024


9 Oct
The Lagos Waste Management Authority, (LAWMA) has announced the re-opening of Ladipo, Oyingbo, Alamutu Ologede and Ile-Epo markets, recently sealed for filth and gross environmental abuse.


21 mins ago
Nigeria's richest man Aliko Dangote has named the "biggest" road network in his refinery complex after the former CEO of Access Bank Herbet Wigwe. Wigwe died in a helicopter crash in the United States along with his wife and son in February. "I have actually decided to name our major refinery and petrochemical road—out of…
38 mins ago
The Senior Staff Association of Nigerian Universities (SSANU) and the Non-academic Staff Union of Education and Associated Institutions (NASU) have given the Federal Government a seven-day ultimatum to meet their demands or they will embark on strike.
42 mins ago
The Minister of Agriculture and Food Security, Senator Abubakar Kyari, has revealed that the Federal Government will release more foodstuffs into the Nigerian markets very soon.
1 hour ago
Managing Director, Google Africa, Alex Okosi, has bagged the Iconic Pioneer Award at the 2023 Silverbird Man of The Year Awards.
1 hour ago
Foreign investors bought about 79% of the N1.053 trillion (approximately $680 million) bonds the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) sold last week, the bank's official has said. The rise in [foreign demand] “underscored the level of confidence that the central bank now enjoys from investors,” said CBN spokeswoman Hakama Sidi Ali. “The CBN is optimistic…
1 hour ago
Nigerian striker Tolu Arokodare was subjected to racist abuse by fans of his club KRC Genk in Belgium. Genk confirmed the abuse in a statement on Monday. Arokodare received the abuse after missing a penalty in Genk's 3-0 home defeat to Club Brugge in a league game on Sunday. The penalty miss angered some of…
1 hour ago
The Western Marine Command of the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) has handed over 1.7 million wraps of hemp it seized to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Lagos.
2 hours ago
French lawmakers are expected on Monday to anchor the right to abortion in the country's constitution, a world first that has garnered overwhelming public support. A congress of both houses of parliament, which gathered in Versailles, should find the three-fifths majority needed for the change after it overcame initial resistance in the right-leaning Senate. If…
2 hours ago
The EU on Monday hit Apple with a more than 1.8-billion-euro fine ($1.9 billion) for violating the bloc's laws by preventing European users from accessing information about alternative, cheaper music streaming services. The iPhone maker immediately vowed to appeal the first ever antitrust fine slapped on Apple by Brussels, the culmination of a case triggered…
4 hours ago
The US Supreme Court on Monday removed a potential hurdle to Donald Trump's bid to recapture the White House, unanimously dismissing a state court ruling that could have barred him from the ballot for engaging in insurrection.