FG, Brazil seal $1.2 billion loan to boost agric sector
Nigeria and the Brazilian Government have signed a $1.2 billion Memorandum of Understanding to boost agricultural modernisation in the country.
Group demands state of emergency in power sector
A group, under the aegis of the Nigeria Consumer Protection Network has urged President Muhammdu Buhari to declare a state of emergency in the power sector, saying Nigerians are paying for darkness.
Mohammed says no conflict between Bauchi, Gombe over oil discovery
Gov. Bala Mohammed of Bauchi states says there is no conflict between Bauchi and Gombe states over oil discovery in border communities of the states.
Reduce sufferings of Nigerians, Uyo Chief Imam tells FG
Chief Imam of Uyo Central Mosque in Akwa Iboma State, Alhaji Mohammed Adamu, has urged the Federal Government to expedite action on policies...
Stakeholders point out loopholes in PIGB, presidency assures of speedy assent
Indications have emerged that the Petroleum Host and Impacted Communities Development Bill (PHICDB) being debated at the National Assembly may not achieve its desired objectives if adequate attention was not paid to the loopholes in the document. Speaking yesterday in Abuja at a meeting organised by the Centre for Environment, Human Rights and Development (CEHRD),…
Ahead 2019 election, property developers slow down on construction activities
Amid growing concerns over the 2019 general elections and its economic impact, developers in Nigeria’s real estate sector are slowing down constructions and apprehensive of new business deals.
Take Nigeria from OIC, others, CAN tells Buhari
The leadership of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) yesterday demanded the exit of Nigeria from international religious organisations such as the Organisation of Islamic...
Facts and fallacies in the ‘restructuring’ conversation
At Chatham House, London recently, Governor El Rufai gave a lecture on the “essence of the restructuring debate in Nigeria.” This was followed in short order at the same venue by the President-General of the Ohanaeze, Chief Nnia Nwodo.