Rising rate of piracy worry filmmakers, investors
Stakeholders in the nation’s movie industry, including producers, directors, marketers, and investors have decried the worsening spate of piracy in the sector, with offenders allegedly operating without fear of being arrested or punished.
Oil marketers suspend planned strike, oppose part payments
The Depot and Petroleum Products Marketers Association (DAPPMA) has suspended its planned shutdown of depots nationwide...
Two marketers detained for selling fake products
A team of policemen from the Federal Investigation and Intelligence Bureau, Alagbon, has arrested two shop owners for distributing and selling fake Top Bond products in Idumota market, Lagos. The arrest was sequel to a report by a distributor of the product to Top Bond manufacturers who took the matter to the law enforcement agents. According…
Govt pays marketers N48.2b subsidy arrears
The Federal Government had fully paid the N48.2 billion outstanding petroleum subsidy arrears owed oil marketers in 2015.
Cleric urges marketers not to increase cost of goods as Ramadan approaches
Pastor Yohanna Buru, the General Overseer of Christ Evangelical Intercessory Fellowship Ministry, Sabon Tasha, Kaduna, has urged marketers not to increase ...
TAN begins training of 100,000 volunteers for Jonathan’s re-election
Earlier in his remarks, the Director-General of TAN, Patrick Ubah who charged the volunteers to return to their respective wards and promote the candidature of President Jonathan, urged the volunteers to see their assignment as that of marketers who have deadline to meet.