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27 Nov 2020
The fact that a golf tourney trophy dating back to 1913 is currently dotting shelves at the Clubhouse of the Rayfield Golf Club in Jos has jolted the Director General of the National Council of Arts and Culture [NCAC], Otunba Olusegun Runsewe,...
4 Oct 2020
National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) has organised a one-day cultural roundtable. The aim of the programme was to address the progressive deterioration of the country’s cultural values and the urgent need to mount ....
14 Jun 2020
The National Council for Arts and Culture, on Wednesday, June 10 evening, held a memorial in honour of George Floyd, who was killed while being arrested by the police
13 May 2020
The National Council for Arts and Culture (NCAC) will tomorrow hold a conference to set agenda for the creative industry. Titled, COVID-19: Impact on Nigeria’s creative sector, the conference has been convened by the Director General of NCAC, Otunba Olusegun Runsewe.
7 Dec 2019
For hundreds of years, tourism has been an important sector, contributing significantly to the economies of many countries around the world.
27 Oct 2019
For close to three hours, eyes blearied with watch, somberly, sometimes, when rain descended like truthful lies gnawing. The ferocity of the rains was rising and ebbing like angry ocean.
27 Oct 2019
Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, yesterday, at the 2019 National Festival of Arts and Culture (NAFEST), said as Nigeria hopes to diversify its economy and move the nation in the direction...
4 Aug 2019
The National Gallery of Art (NGA) last week opened a show in honour of Prince Demas Nwoko for his contributions to the development of visual arts in the country.
30 Jun 2019
The need for Nigerians to value and up-grade the cultural artefacts at the disposal of the country has been canvassed. Speaking at the fifth yearly congress and 14th Conference of Nigerian Folklore Society ....
16 Jun 2019
The Government of President Muhammadu Buhari has deepened its commitment to the Creative, Culture Industries (CCIs). Recently, through the country’s apex bank, CentralBank of Nigeria (CBN), it introduced the Creative Industry Financing Initiative (CIFI) as a way to empower industry practitioners. The problem of unemployment remains a menace in spite of efforts at tackling it…
6 Jan 2019
The Culture, Creative Industry (CCI), over the years, has been described as the untapped goldmine of the Nigerian economy and that if well harnessed can transform it.
21 Nov 2018
Ezenwo Nyesom Wike is the Governor of Rivers State. He spoke to the media at the recently held National Festival of Arts and Culture (NAFEST) on what his government is doing to promote culture and tourism in the state. GREGORY AUSTIN NWAKUNOR (Arts and Culture Editor) was there. How can culture be part of the…


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Fan Milk Plc, makers of well-loved ice cream brands including Fan Ice and Go Slo, today unveiled its newly completed state-of-the-art frozen dairy product line in Ibadan, Oyo State. Fan Milk Plc is part of the Danone group, a world-leading food company (# 1 globally in fresh dairy products). This new product line is proof of Fan Milk Danone’s commitment to propelling socio-economic growth and investment in Nigeria.
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Top US scientist Anthony Fauci said Tuesday early indications suggested the Covid-19 Omicron variant was not worse than prior strains, and was possibly milder while cautioning
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The chairwoman of a fan-led review of English football on Tuesday rejected claims that its recommendations risked "killing the golden goose" of the globally successful Premier League.
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Kyle Walker was shown a late red card as Manchester City suffered a shock 2-1 defeat at RB Leipzig Tuesday, but City still advanced to the Champions League's last 16 as group winners.
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Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez on Tuesday called on his side to "make history" this week by handing Bayern Munich their first home defeat in the Champions League's group stages since 2013.