Burna Boy Shows Off His O2 Brixton Academy Sold Out Status Plaque
Nigerian music star, Burna Boy who made history as the first African artiste to sell out and shut down a show at The O2 Academy, Brixton was yesterday awarded with a plaque. The award-winning music star shared a photo of the sold-out status plaque he received after selling out his concert, Burna Boy ‘Live In…
Xenophobia attacks: FG wants NEPAD Continental to intervene
The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr Babachir Lawal, has called on the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) Continental to intervene in the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa.
Presidency says economy coming out of recession
The Presidency on Tuesday reacted to the review of the economy by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), saying the report indicated that the economy was coming out of recession.
Lagos has no plan to ban `Danfo’ buses’
Lagos State Ministry of Transport has no plan to ban yellow buses known as “Danfo” but to upgrade them to international standard, the acting Commissioner for Transport, Mr Lanrewaju Elegushi, has disclosed.
FG set to attract $10bn oil and gas investments, says Kachikwu
The Minister of State, Petroleum Resources, Dr Emmanuel Kachikwu, has said that the Federal Government will attract more than 10 billion dollars investments to the oil and gas industry in the next five years.
FG evacuates 41 Nigerian girls from Mali, arrests 6 suspected human traffickers
The Federal Government on Monday evacuated 41 Nigerian girls who were trafficked to Mali for forced labour and sexual exploitation.
Four killed in pipeline blast in Rivers
At least four people were killed following a gas pipeline explosion in Nigeria's oil-producing south, a local official said Saturday.
President Buhari laying foundation for secured nation
The Secretary to Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Babachir Lawal, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari is laying a solid foundation for the future generation through his leadership style.
Xenophobic attacks: Nigerians must restrain from violence, says Bongo
An expert in development economics at the Lagos Business School, Dr. Adi Bongo, has implored Nigerians to resist the pressure of embarking on reprisal attacks on South African installations and companies in Nigeria. Bongo, a UNU Fellow and a World Bank scholar stated that if Nigerians should go ahead in attacking the companies, they might be denying their fellow citizens their source of livelihood.