[News] : FG recalls 2 out of 9 sacked NCAA Directors

The Federal Government has reviewed two out of the nine chiefs sacked from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, NCAA, on Friday. Those reviewed were Alhaji Adamu Abdullahi, the Director of Consumer Protection; and Captain Ayodele Sasegbon, the Director of General Aviation. Sam Adurogboye, the General Manager, Public Relations of NCAA, affirmed the advancement. Government, through

[News] : Royal Swag: How Ooni of Ife and Emir of Kano shone at Lagos concert

Their entrances with aides, literary genres, costumes and behaviors became a talk of the moment. The Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido and Ooni of Ife, Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi were both in Lagos State last night for charity concert planned by Olori of Ife, Wuraola Zynab Otiti. The royalties from the southwestern and northern part of

[#News] : Italy, Germany and Belgium Deports 43 Nigerians

NAN: No less than 43 Nigerians were on Thursday expelled from Italy, Germany and Belgium, for conferring different offenses. Thirty three of them were extradited by Italy. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the deportees touched base at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMlA), Lagos at around 8.40 p.m. The deportees, who are

[News] : Nigerian govt plans urgent relief for poultry industry – Osinbajo

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo on Friday guaranteed that the Federal Government is arranging critical help to poultry agriculturists in the nation to spare the business from crumple. He gave the sign amid his second meeting in the week with delegates of the poultry business at the Presidential Villa. The intercession is a piece of a

[News] : Buhari Is Not Coming Back By Toyin Dawodu

Buhari may not be dead, but he might as well be – too sick to rule, too greedy to leave. There is a saying in Yoruba Land: “Orun a re mabo.” Translation: No one comes back from the dead. Buhari may not be dead, but he might as well be – too sick to rule,

[News] : “Amosun, Bring Back Our Rice”: Traders Strip Unclad, Take Protest To Amosun (Photo)

With serenades of “bring back our rice,” scores of traders at the Sango-Ota Market Thursday spoke to the Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, to help recover their seized sacks of rice from the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS). A portion of the distressed dealers, who stripped Unclad, mounted a human bar at the fundamental passage

[News] : CCTV footage of Synagogue’s collapsed building biased – Witness

An observer in the continuous trial of Synagogue Church of All Nations over the crumple of the congregation working in 2014, Mr. Rafeeq Arogunjo, has told the Lagos High Court sitting in Ikeja that the Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) film of the episode discharged by the congregation was one-sided. Arogunjo said this while being driven

[News] : Naira exchanges at N500/dollar at parallel market

The Naira on Thursday solidified its increases against the dollar at the parallel market, few days after the CBN declared another forex approach. The Nigerian cash traded at N500 to a dollar in the wake of shutting at N505 on Wednesday, while the Pound Sterling and the Euro shut at N600 and N510 individually. At

[News] : Allegations against me made “no sense”- Saraki at CCT

  The Federal Government on Thursday re-summoned Senate President, Bukola Saraki, on a 18-number changed charge over false resource revelation and illegal tax avoidance at the Code of Conduct Tribunal in Abuja. The Prosecution group, drove by Mr Rotimi Jacobs, recorded the corrected charge on Feb. 8 after the trial had run in progress with

[News] : Every Nigerian must own house in 3 years – FG

The Federal government on Thursday said it has finished up plans to guarantee that each Nigerian claims house in the next three years. It said arrangements were in top apparatus to guarantee that it fabricated 16-17 million units of houses each year over the conditions of the organization for open and private specialists. The Minister