Blogs

Three Nigerians listed among the Financial Times'100 top female executives in the world

THREE Nigerian women have made it onto the Financial Times' top 100 global female executives list as the London publication published its latest data on ladies who are taking the world of commerce by storm.

 

Share

Iranian Shiites threaten to overthrow Buhari administration and free El-Zakzaky from detention

IRANIAN protesters have threatened to overthrow the government of President Muhammadu Buhari in order to secure the release of the leader of the Shiite sect the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky.

 

Share

EFCC claims Orji Kalu jumped bail as he did not apply for permission to travel abroad for treatment

FORMER Abia State governor Dr Orji Kalu has been accused of jumping bail and running off to Germany by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) after it emerged that he left the country without permission.

 

Share

Francis Uzoho to miss Nations Cup qualifier as rib injury rules him out of action for four weeks

SUPER Eagles goalkeeper Francis Uzoho has been ruled out of Nigeria's African Nations Cup qualifier against South Africa later this month after picking up an injury in a league that match that will keep him out of action for four weeks.

 

Share

Prince Charles' trip to Nigeria rescheduled with plans to visit Jos are dropped due to security fears

PRINCE Charles has rescheduled his Nigerian itinerary and dropped plans to visit Jos this week after increased violence in the Plateau State capital forced him to cancel a trip to the embattled city.

 

Share

Labour unions call off general strike after signing deal with the government on new minimum wage

NIGERIA'S labour unions have called off their planned nationwide general strike that was due to start today after signing an agreement with the government yesterday that will introduce a new minimum wage.

 

Share

APC wants EFCC to investigate Atiku's Dubai meeting saying it was a cover used to launder cash

ALL Progressives Congress (APC) officials have asked Nigeria's anti-graft agencies to the recent strategy meeting organised by Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Alhaji Atiku Abubakar in Dubai saying there is more to it than meets the eye.

 

Share

Foreign portfolio investor transactions rise to $2.71bn on the Nigerian Stock Exchange

FOREIGN portfolio investor transactions in Nigerian equities increased by N208bn ($570m) to N991.2bn ($2.71bn) in the third quarter of 2018 narrowing the gap between foreign participation and domestic transactions on the stock market.

 

Share

General strike all set to proceed tomorrow as labour unions shun government meeting to avert action

LABOUR unions have shunned a meeting called by the federal government to avert a general strike and stepped up plans for nationwide industrial action as the November 6 deadline given to ministers to implement the new N30,000 ($62) a month minimum wage looms.

 

Share

EFCC wants attorney-general to submit formal extradition request to Britain seeking Diezani's return

ECONOMIC and Financial crimes Commission (EFCC) officials plan to ask the attorney-general of the federation Abubakar Malami to file a formal extradition request asking Britain to return former petroleum minister Diezani Alison-Madueke to the country.

 

Share

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - blogs