Monday, 11th December 2023

Suraj Adekola

25 Mar
Nigerian-born Manchester-based artist, Suraj Adekola, is part of the artists of African and Afro-descents that are showcasing their works at an ongoing exhibition titled 'Black Beauty, Pride and Excellence: A Tale of Reappropriation', at the London Business School, Britain.


13 mins ago
Sir: Motor Insurance is, by far, not only the most popular class of insurance but also the dominant source of premium for most insurance companies in Nigeria, according to research by Finterate Projects, a business fitness consultancy led by my humble self.
14 mins ago
The Osun Civil Societies Coalition (OCSC), an umbrella body of civil societies groups in Osun State, yesterday, lambasted the Federal Government for the worsening economic situation of the country, which it said, was depriving Nigerians of their rights to dignity.
14 mins ago
Bauchi State Governor, Bala Mohammed, at the weekend, called for a national conversation on the electoral process to reduce attendant disputes and enhance integrity of the exercise.
14 mins ago
Heirs Insurance Group has presented a 30KVA solar power station to the Ikoyi Passport Office of the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) to address its operational challenges.
14 mins ago
Chief Executive Officer of Wema Bank Plc, Moruf Oseni, has stressed the need to provide an innovative platform to address fundamental issues impacting micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) and women-led businesses while also focusing on climate issues.
14 mins ago
Professionals under the aegis of Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) are canvassing improved joint venture developments as part of innovative ways of maintaining competitive edge, overcoming limitations and fostering growth in real estate market.
15 mins ago
The Pension Fund Operators Association of Nigeria (PenOp) said that 442,000 pensioners have received N1.63 trillion as a lump sum in annuity and programmed withdrawals from 2007 to 2023.
16 mins ago
Lagos State government, yesterday, assured residents and motorists it would commence immediate repair of the damaged bridge at Alapere/Estate Bus Stop on Third Axial Road.
18 mins ago
“As long as power-hungry and inordinately ambitious candidates have to pay humongous sums of between N10 million to N100 million for political parties’ nomination forms for senatorial, gubernatorial and presidential contests, in a country that currently boasts of 133 million multi-dimensionally poor citizens
19 mins ago
Vice President Kashim Shettima has traced the nation's food insecurity to the heavy reliance on oil since the 1970s, which led to the neglect of the agriculture sector.