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Mekayda D. Jones

21 Aug 2023
A Nigerian man, Okechukwu Iwuji, has been convicted and sentenced to prison for his involvement in an advance fee and money laundering scheme.

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19 mins ago
The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) is eyeing the registration of no less than 10 million small and medium enterprises (SMEs) before the end of the year.
24 mins ago
As funeral activities for the late Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu kick-started in Ondo State, yesterday, Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa declared today and tomorrow as public holidays in the state.
26 mins ago
Price of foodstuff have continued to gallop in the bush markets of Benue State, the supposed Food Basket of the nation.Benue, one of the highest producers of yam, cassava and soya bean, ranks among states with the cheapest food prices in the country.
29 mins ago
African Development Bank (AfDB) has said Nigeria and Ghana will likely experience slowest economic growth in 2024 when compared to their countries in the West African region.
40 mins ago
Citing cancer as the second leading cause of death globally, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has stated that an estimated 19.9 million new cases of cancer and almost 10 million deaths from cancer are recorded yearly.
46 mins ago
Troops of the Nigerian Army conducting clearance operations at Yadi Forest in Kaduna State have neutralised a terrorist and recovered arms and ammunition.
1 hour ago
A non-governmental organisation, Project Sunshine, in partnership with International Aviation College (IAC), Ilorin, has equipped University of Ilorin secondary school students with materials and manuals needed to build an RC aircraft.
1 hour ago
The frequent hikes of the import duty rate may have triggered a major crisis at the Nigerian ports as an increasing number of Nigerian importers are routing their cargoes to Tema, Ghana; Lome, Togo and Cotonou, the Republic of Benin.
1 hour ago
The Confederation of African Football and Moroccan Football Association have agreed that the 2025 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) will hold in July and August.
1 hour ago
Regular reports of vandalisation of public assets nationwide has made it necessary for governments at both state and federal levels to initiate concrete actions to stem the ugly tide. Indeed, interrogating the mental health of culprits should not be ruled out in finding...