The Power Holding Company of Nigeria, PHCN, has absolved itself of blames in the death of two persons who lost their lives in Festac area of Lagos on Monday night after a downpour.Read More
Two weeks after the mysterious death of six people in Ayegunle-Ekiti after taking â€˜amalaâ€™, another casualty has been recorded at a farmstead in Odo Iro, near Iyin-Ekiti, as three other people, including a seven- year-old boy have lost their lives after taking food suspected to be poisonous.Read More
The diplomatic community in Lagos has expressed concern over the state of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, MMIA and some link roads in the state, positing that their poor state could affect foreign investment in Lagos and Nigeria as a whole.Read More
An Ikeja High Court was yesterday told how two policemen demanded money from a community to investigate an alleged armed robbery case.Read More
AGGRIEVED Isoko youths, yesterday sacked workers of Wokson Nigeria Limited, the construction firm handling section â€˜Aâ€™ of the Ughelli-Asaba Road dualization, hijacking a pay loader caterpillar and Toyota Hilux van belonging to the company.Read More
A group , Environmental Rights Action, ERA, yesterday expressed concern over the rising spate of oil spills from facilities owned by the Nigerian Agip Oil Company around the Oruma area in Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.Read More
A Cabinet reshuffle is imminent in Delta State as the Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan disclosed that some members of his cabinet were no longer loyal to him, accusing them of engaging in subtle campaigns of calumny against his government.Read More
AGAINST the backdrop of mounting debt and continued service without payment, the management of CHC Helicopter, a novel business initiative in the country, yesterday terminated its partnership with Aero Contractor.
The company’s decision in divesting its investment will throw no fewer than 500 workers engaged by it into the unemployment market.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, yesterday grilled former Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Mines and Power, Mr. S.M.Mahmood and two others over the alleged 17.5million Euros Siemens bribe scandal.Read More
One the leading mobile telecom provider on the Africa continent, Zain, has announced the expansion of its ground-breaking â€˜One Networkâ€™ platform to South Africa in a strategic partnership with Cell C, the countryâ€™s most dynamic mobile operator.Read More
THE Federal Government, yesterday, in Abuja, dismissed recent reports that it planned to retrench no fewer than 50,000 civil servants as part of reforms in the federal public service.Read More
THE National leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, came out yesterday to defend President Goodluck Jonathan, saying that he never betrayed his predecessor, late President Umaru Yarâ€™AduRead More
A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja yesterday dismissed a suit maintained by former Federal Capital Territory Minister, Mallam Nasir el- Rufai against the Inspector General of Police, Mr Ogbona Onovo, seeking to stop him from arresting, detaining or prosecuting him based on Joint Senate Committee on FCT and Housing recommendation that indicted him.Read More
The Federal Executive Council, FEC, yesterday, reviewed the administrationâ€™s seven-point agenda and declared that it is very much on course and will continue to guide the ministers on how they will achieve their mandates.Read More
The Senate, yesterday, confirmed the appointment of Mr. Samuel Orkura as the Auditor-General of the Federation after an attempt by some senators to scuttle the approval were brushed aside by the Senate President, Senator David Mark.Read More