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Nigeria: Return Our Stolen Asset, Not Give Doomsday Prophecy On 2019 - Presidency to HSBC
Nigeria: Return Our Stolen Asset, Not Gi...

Nigeria: Return Our Stolen Asset, Not Give Doomsday Prophecy On 2019 –...

PRESIDENCY WANTS HSBC TO RETURN OUR STOLEN ASSETS, NOT GIVE US DOOMSDAY PROPHECY ON 2019 The Presidency wishes to make clear to all Nigerians, and particularly the global banking giant HSBC which said the second term of President Muhammadu Buhari would stunt the economy, that what killed... read more »

Nigeria: Buhari Replaces Adeosun with a Northerner
Nigeria: Buhari Replaces Adeosun with a ...

Nigeria: Buhari Replaces Adeosun with a Northerner

Following the resignation of Nigeria’s Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun over the forgery of her NYSC exemption certificate, Buhari has replaced her with a Northerner, Mrs Zainab Shamshuna Ahmed. Read Also: Breaking News: Nigeria’s Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun Resigns This is coming a few... read more »

Africa: Africans deserve to know details of deals their leaders sign with China
Africa: Africans Deserve to Know Details...

Africa: Africans Deserve to Know Details of Deals their Leaders Sign with C...

China’s footprints are all over the African continent, signing deals with many countries. However, the finer details of China-Africa loans are often kept secret. There are concerns that African countries are mortgaging their natural resources as collateral for the loans. The China-Africa... read more »

Opinion: Alhaji Atiku Abubakar’s Response to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo
Opinion: Alhaji Atiku Abubakar’s Respons...

Opinion: Alhaji Atiku Abubakar’s Response to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo

My attention has been drawn to a letter written to Premium Times in response to an essay on restructuring authored by me. Faced with an avalanche of public condemnation for his 360-degree turn on the concept of restructuring, it is understandable that the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo,... read more »

Opinion: Chris Ngige Fights for Oppressive Multinational ExxonMobil Instead of Oppressed Nigerians Workers Femi Aribisala.
Opinion: Chris Ngige Fights for Oppressi...

Opinion: Chris Ngige Fights for Oppressive Multinational ExxonMobil Instead...

The message Chris Ngige delivered to ExxonMobil loud and clear is that it does not have to be subject to Nigerian laws. It can operate here in Nigeria as a law unto itself. Last week, I complained that 860 Nigerian workers at ExxonMobil (Nigeria) are being treated like orphans in Nigeria; their... read more »

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Opinion: ExxonMobil Should Not be Allowed to Show Contempt for the Supreme Court of Nigeria - Femi Aribisala

Opinion: ExxonMobil Should Not be Allowed to Show Contempt for the Supreme Court of Nigeri...

To Chris Ngige, Minister of Labour and Productivity. EXXONMOBIL Should Not be Allowed to Show Contempt for the Supreme Court of Nigeria!! The message must be sent to ExxonMobil loud and... read more »

Nigeria: Nigeria Air Unveiled in London

Nigeria: Nigeria Air Unveiled in London

The Minister of State for Aviation, Hadi Sirika today Wednesday the 18th of July unveiled the name and logo of the long awaited Nigerian carrier – Nigeria Air. This happened at the... read more »

Breaking News: GTB To Pay Innoson’s N14Billion Judgment Debt Into An Interest Yielding Account - Supreme Court

Breaking News: GTB To Pay Innoson’s N14Billion Judgment Debt Into An Interest Yielding Acc...

Today, 7th of June 2018, The Supreme Court struck out GTBank’s motion for stay of execution of the Enugu Court of Appeal Division’s order that GTBank pays over N6 Billion into an... read more »

2018 World Cup: Super Eagle's Kit Sells Out On First Day

2018 World Cup: Super Eagle’s Kit Sells Out On First Day

The replica of the Nigerian Super Eagle’s kit which was released for sale to the public on June 1 has sold out on the first day with about three million pre-orders. People were seen... read more »

Nigeria: Subsidy on Petrol Hits N1.4tn per Year, Says FG

Nigeria: Subsidy on Petrol Hits N1.4tn per Year, Says FG

A total of N1.4tn is now being spent annually by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation as subsidy on Premium Motor Spirit, popularly known as petrol, the Federal Government has said. Although... read more »