Construction giant, Julius Berger Nigeria PLC, weekend, retained its top position in Nigeria's construction sector with a fourth consecutive award in recognition of its outstanding quality and best international standards and practice in the building and construction industry for 2019.
For three years, Nigeria has ran its economy on the wheels of creditor banks, doubling its debt profile to an alarming $81.27 billion in 2019.
The country’s debt profile escalated since 2016. As a former Chief Executive [...]
The FCT police command has arraigned a 52 years old businesswoman, Madina Mohammed, in Wuse Zone 6 Chief Magistrates’ Court, Abuja, over alleged trespass and threat to life.
Mohammed, who allegedly trespassed into a plot of land belonging to one retired Air Commodore Raymond Peter, also t [...]
Nigeria’s Senate, last week, repackaged and reintroduced the Hate Speech Bill seeking to penalise persons found guilty of stirring up violence or spreading falsehood that leads to the death of others.
Too often, tales from Aso Rock, Nigeria’s Presidential Seat of Power, are mired in risky power plays, intrigues and sinister ploys, giving rise to speculations and reasons for the public to believe anything. [...]
On November 1, 2019, the Nigerian Army commenced what it tags ‘Operation Positive Identification’. The exercise, according to the military high command, is to flush out ‘undesirable’ elements in the face of daunting security challenges.
Right from when the matter became [...]
The National Identity Management Commission, NIMC, recently announced plans to introduce charges for the replacement and renewal of national ID cards, thereby adding to the pecuniary burden on Nigerians.
After series of stalled negotiations and horse trading, organized labour and the federal government finally reached a compromise on percentage increase and payment of the new minimum wage, last Friday.
Both parties shifted grounds and settled for [...]
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