Orgasnised Labour last night suspended its planned nationwide strike for one month following an agreement with the Federal Government. Though details of the Memorandum of Understanding suspending the strike, were sketchy at the time of this report, the agreement, Vanguard gathered, was reached very late at night.
Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, Brig. Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa (Retd) has said that the agency is planning alternative development strategies that will take drug cartels out of business and protect the environment from the damaging effects of illicit drug cultivation and production.
"The Boys," a satirical superhero comedy that has been one of the most popular shows on TV since its 2019 debut, has unleashed a college-set spinoff called Gen V and is streaming from today, the 29th of September.
CHAIRMAN of the Presidential Committee on Fiscal Policy and Tax Reforms, Mr. Taiwo Oyedele, and the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Mr. Bosun Tijani, yesterday, declared that strong institutions and investments in manpower are key to building a great country, adding that the country’s youth are its biggest asset.
The Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN) has commended the waiver of the 7.5 percent Value Added Tax (VAT) on Automotive Gas Oil (AGO), commonly called diesel, by the Federal Government (FG) but questioned the rationale behind the six months timeframe set for the waiver.
The Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Prof. Umar Garba Danbatta, has charged African countries to prioritise investing in artificial intelligence (AI) to drive economic growth and social development.
A new study by a virtual private network, Surfshark, has put Nigeria on the sword, over poor and unaffordable internet services, saying Nigeria’s internet service provision does not match its status, size and population.
The West African Examinations Council, WAEC will today decide on the cases of malpractice and irregularities that arose during the conduct of the 2023 West African Senior School Certificate Examinations, WASSCE.
Niger says it has paid N120 million out of the N500 million it owed the National Examination Council (NECO) as examination fees for its Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSCE) candidates.