Eminent Nigerians congratulate The Guardian at 35
Senate President Bukola Saraki praised the publication for the landmark achievements it has recorded over the decades.
RMD, Jacobs, Toke Ibru, Adefarasin, others grace Black Panther premiere
The wait is finally over. The day many movie and comic lovers had been waiting for arrived last Friday, as the much-anticipated, blockbuster, Afro-superhero film, Black Panther...
The Guardian's Toke Ibru named Man of the Year
The executive director of Guardian Newspapers Limited Toke Ibru has been announced as the Man of the Year at the EbonyLife TV Sisterhood Awards for 2017, beating Africa's richest man Aliko Dangote, and Sam Adeyemi of the Daystar Christian Centre. The Sisterhood Awards is organised by the EbonyLife Television in partnership with Women in Management…
Toke Ibru, Thomopulus, others confirmed new directors of Ikeja Hotel
Shareholders of Ikeja Hotel Plc, yesterday blamed the former management of the company for the inability to pay dividend over the years.
Media organisations, others unveil Wecare4IDPs
As part of efforts to improve the conditions of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in the country, notable media organizations in partnership with Union Bank have publicly announced the launch of the WeCare4IDPs campaign.
‘NGO Regulatory Bill: Why Nigerian government has it all wrong’
The recent report by the Financial Derivatives Company (FDC) attributes the rise in the number of vacant properties to a combination of rising inflation, GDP contraction, falling consumer confidence and increasing unemployment rates.