The introduction of electronic services into the banking system in Nigeria was made to ease business transactions in the country while promoting the cashless policy of government.
Expectedly, electronic ban [...]
Despite several campaigns against drunk driving, studies have shown more and more people, especially commercial drivers, operate under the influence of alcohol and other intoxicating substances.
Barely a week after governors of the 19 northern states claimed that the #EndSARS protests were aimed at usurping power from President Muhammadu Buhari, a section of northern elements has insisted that was the aim.
On Thursday, October 15, 2020, The Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCTA, placed a ban on street demonstrations, protests, and processions, alleging that protesters failed to comply with Covid-19 guidelines regulating public gatherings. The ban followed the shooting of protesters at L [...]
The Federal Character Commission, FCC, has cautioned Nigerians against falling victims of job racketeers.
In an alert issued by the executive chairman of the FCC, Dr. Farida Muheeba Dankaka, she equally vowed to deal decisively with any staff found defrauding job seekers under whatever guise. [...]
In commemoration Nigeria's 60thIndependence day Anniversary, former Principal Secretary to President Goodluck Jonathan, Ambassador Hassan Ardo Tukur has decried the state of the Nation grappling [...]
The highly anticipated finale of the Big Brother Naija lock-down season came to an end Sunday with rapper/singer/songwriter Laycon announced as the winner.
The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, NIDCOM, and Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency, SMEDAN, partnership initiative for returnees of the South African xenophobic attack victims in 2019 and other returnees from Lebanon and Libya, has commenced a 4-day program to empower some of returnees [...]
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