Mass prayers for Vietnamese feared dead in UK truck tragedy
A Catholic mass was held Sunday for Vietnamese feared among 39 people found dead in a truck in Britain, as families desperately awaited news of relatives who have not been heard from in days.
Stolen UK, US banks’ credit card info found on Naira Marley’s laptop, says EFCC witness
A Federal High Court in Lagos yesterday heard that stolen credit card information issued by European, American and Latin American banks were retrieved from a laptop allegedly belonging to the musician, Azeez Fashola, popularly known as Naira Marley.
Renowned football agents, Viola, Taggart arrive in Nigeria today
Two renowned Football Intermediaries and players’ Representatives, John Viola and Philip Taggart are expected in Nigeria today to seek ways of impacting and developing Football Agents in the country. The visit, which will take the duo to Ilorin, Kwara State, will end on Saturday, October 26.
Nigeria’s debt stock rises to N25.7 trillion
he nation’s debt profile rose from N24.95 trillion to N25.7 trillion in the last three months. One year ago, it was N22.38 trillion. The development showed that between April and June, the country’s obligations rose by N750 billion
UK signals it could soften Brexit stances amid EU pressure
Britain hinted Sunday that it could be open to changes to its latest Brexit proposals for Northern Ireland, as European leaders piled pressure on Prime Minister Boris Johnson to revise the plans.
You didn't offer help on Chibok girls, Jonathan counters former UK PM Cameron
Former Nigerian president Goodluck Jonathan said claims by former UK Prime Minister David Cameron that his government rejected help to rescue the abducted Chibok girls were untrue. "He (Cameron) never called me on the phone to offer any help," Jonathan said in a statement. "On the contrary, I am the one that reached out to…
Nigeria dispatches delegation to UK over $9.6 billion judgment debt
The Federal Government yesterday said it had dispatched a high-powered delegation to the United Kingdom to met with the legal team over the $9.6 billion judgment awarded against Nigeria in the botched gas swap deal it entered with the Irish firm, Process and Industrial Development Limited (P&ID).
Amid British chaos, will Europe agree to delay Brexit?
Whether or not the British parliament legislates to block a no-deal Brexit, a reluctant Boris Johnson would still have to make any request to EU leaders to delay the divorce.