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What Nigerian women should use to take over elective offices
28 Jul 2018
What Nigerian women should use to take over elective offices.
Saraki, Senators may meet Buhari over IGP summon snub
4 May 2018
The Nigerian Senate has given the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, one more week to appear before its plenary.
Our goal is to unite Nigerians in a mutually beneficial relationship – Buhari
31 Mar 2018
Our goal is to unite Nigerians in a mutually beneficial relationship – Buhari.
Popular blogger Linda Ikeji ‘engaged’
29 Mar 2018
Popular Nigerian blogger and Entrepreneur, Linda Ikeji is finally Engaged. The 37-year-old blogger has been under pressure to get married from fans and family.
NCDMB says Nigerians can deliver on any EPC job
15 Feb 2018
NCDMB says Nigerians can deliver on any EPC job.
Ben Enwonwu's art found
12 Feb 2018
A missing Nigerian portrait that has been missing for more than 40 years has been discovered in a flat in north London.
Farmers and herdsmen clash in Nigeria
11 Feb 2018
Tens of thousands of people have fled their homes in the Nigerian state of Benue as conflicts between nomadic herdsmen and farmers intensify. The disputes, originally about land ownership, are now threatening to develop into ethnic conflicts.
Power Generation - Ogun State benefits from Nigerian energy support programme
10 Feb 2018
Power Generation - Ogun State benefits from Nigerian energy support programme.
George says Nigerian start ups taking up Kenya lead
3 Feb 2018
George says Nigerian start ups taking up Kenya lead.
Finally, Nigerian govt. identifies problems bedevilling road, power sectors
25 Dec 2017
Finally, Nigerian govt. identifies problems bedevilling road, power sectors.
NIPC’s Yewande Sadiku clarifies new incentives for investors
14 Nov 2017
CNBC Africa's Onyi Sunday spoke to Yewande Sadiku, Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission to explain on the Compendium of Investment Incentives in Nigeria compiled by NIPC.
Nigerian Content Act: The journey so far
9 Nov 2017
According to the Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board, Simbi Wabote, compliance with the Nigerian Local Content Act is currently at 28 per cent up from 3 per cent in 2010.