Thursday, 7th December 2023

Michael Adaralewa

8 Apr
The Oyo State Commandant of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Michael Adaralewa, has deployed 1,705 officers to some sensitive areas across the state to ensure crime-free Easter celebration.
7 Apr
The Oyo State Commandant of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Commandant Michael Adaralewa has the deployment of 1,705 officers to some sensitive areas across the state with the aim of ensuring a crime-free Easter celebration.


The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) has commenced the implementation of the requirement of N100 million minimum paid-up capital for companies with foreign participation
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The Debt Management Office (DMO) has announced the offer for subscription of four Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) bonds valued at N360 billion.According to a statement issued by the DMO through its official X handle, the first offer is due April 2029 FGN bond valued at N90 billion, at an annual interest rate of 14.55 per cent.
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•FUGAZ shares rise by 136% in one year FBN Holdings Plc broke the N1 trillion capitalisation ceiling at the end of yesterday’s trading after its stock surged by close to 10 per cent for the third consecutive session to settle for N29.40 kobo. With yesterday’s rally, the premier bank has joined Zenith Bank and GTCO…
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The Cross River State Government and Oando Clean Energy (OCEL), the renewable energy business subsidiary of Oando Energy Resources, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the rollout of electric vehicles for mass transportation within the state at the ongoing 28th edition Conference of the Parties (COP28) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE)
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Seven months after handing quit notice to 22,500 police officers living in the 25 barracks marked for demolition by the Lagos State government, the Nigeria Police Force (NPF) is yet to effect payment of rent to the displaced officers seven months after the promise was made.[
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Protesters yesterday invaded the National Assembly complex in Abuja, over the killing of scores of innocent citizens by a military drone on Sunday in Kaduna State after a misinterpretation of activities at the scene. This is as the United Nations (UN) deplored the airstrike, which is one of the country’s deadliest military bombing accidents.
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A global leader in consumer goods, Procter & Gamble Nigeria is the latest casualty of Nigeria’s harsh operating environment, as the company, yesterday, announced that it was transitioning local operations to an import-only model, effectively dissolving its on-ground presence in the country
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Officials of the Kaduna Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (KADCCIMA) have said the 45th edition of Kaduna International Trade Fair will draw participants from foreign countries and Nigeria, as well as chart the path for investment in the country’s economy. The officials highlighted the level of preparations for the fair scheduled to hold…
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.Retired judicial officers urge S’Court to avoid embarrassment, affirm Yusuf's election A group, Volunteers for Democracy and Good Governance has said the actions of New Nigeria Peoples Party (NNPP) against the Court of Appeal judgment that sacked Abba Yusuf as Kano State Governor will not deter the judiciary from doing justice. The political interest group,…
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.Sack of PDP lawmakers miscarriage of justice, says Jang Dissatisfied with the Court of Appeal judgment in the battle for Nasarawa State governorship seat, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, David Ombugadu, has officially filed an appeal at the Supreme Court to challenge the Court of Appeal judgment of November 23, 2023. Ombugadu, on Tuesday, filed…