Saturday, 23rd September 2023

Nigerian Governors Forum

17 Sep 2016
The Nigerian Governors Forum (NGF), comprising the 36 states governors of the federation, have expressed support for the economic policies initiated by President Muhammadu Buhari-led All Progressives Congress (APC) government.
2 Aug 2016
If Nigeria could be self-sufficient in rice production alone, the county would save billions yearly. Last year, a former Minister of Commerce and Industry ...
1 Jul 2016
Lately, the call for the country’s re-structuring is unbridled. The clamour for it rents the air as if without it , the country shall go asunder. The issue is over-dramatised to the point of nausea ...
22 Jun 2016
The recent agreement between the federal and state governments to implement a Fiscal Sustainability Plan (FSP) marks a new level in the President Muhammadu Buhari’s ambitions ...


15 mins ago
For Oluwarotimi Samuel, growing up in an Anglican family and watching the church choir treat worshippers from different backgrounds and denominations with their hymnals, discipline, regality, and coordination fuel his love with music.....
30 mins ago
In an era where anxiety and depression are swiftly sweeping across all age brackets, classes and gender, Ibloov is running with the vision to change the narrative by taking people to their happiest places.
34 mins ago
When the formergovernor of Benue State, George Akume, assumed office as the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), expectations were high as members of the public sought a departure from the status quo in order to re-energise governance system....
35 mins ago
Nigerian senior executives have been equipped with the skills needed to thrive in this ever-evolving landscape of technology, globalisation, and shifting stakeholder expectations, through a transformative programme.
36 mins ago
United States-based board member of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria (AFN), Victor Okorie, has declared that the probe panel set up last week to look into its finances from 2021 to 2023 will not in any way divide the federation’s members.