MAN – FG loses N52bn to illegal steel importation

The Federal Government loses about N53bn per annum to the illegal importation of iron and steel products, the Galvanised Iron and Steel Manufacturers Association has...

Akwa Ibom bans use of siren

Akwa Ibom State Government on Wednesday announced a ban on the use of siren by unauthorised persons in the state and directed law enforcement agents to apprehend...

Fifpro 11: Premier League receives most nominations

The Premier League has the largest number of nominations for the Fifa Fifpro Men’s World11 for the first time in 10 years. Twenty one of the 55 nominees play club...

Xenophobic attacks: Firm loses N205m to hoodlums

Shop owners at the Novare Shopping Mall, Sangotedo, PEP Stores, Surulere in Lagos and MTN Office in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, were counting their losses on Wednesday. It was...

South Africa Embassy In Nigeria Closed

South Africa has temporarily closed its embassy in Nigeria following the ongoing xenophobic crisis, Foreign Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor told Reuters. She said South...

FIFA unveils qatar 2022 world cup emblem

The emblem was inspired by traditional woolen shawls worn during the winter months – when the FIFA World Cup 2022 will take place – in Qatar and around the world....

Hong Kong leader to withdraw extradition bill

Hong Kong’s embattled pro-Beijing leader is planning to permanently shelve a loathed extradition bill on Wednesday, local media reported, a potentially major...

Angry Mob burns MTN office in Ibadan

The Bodija, Ibadan office of telecommunication company, MTN, has been set on fire by an irate mob. The incident resulted in gridlock as vehicles passing through Agodi...

FEC meeting postponed

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting will not hold today, it was learnt last night. A statement by the Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to the President on Media...

Xenophobia: Tiwa Savage cancels trip to South Africa

Nigerian singer, Tiwa Savage, on Wednesday, said that she would no longer be performing at a festival scheduled to hold in Johannesburg, South Africa, later this month....

Xenophobia: Outrage as attacks on Nigerians continues

Nigerians yesterday condemned the Federal Government’s seeming inability to confront the persistent attacks on its citizens in South Africa. It was learnt that South...