AN OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT BUHARI BY A CORPS MEMBER: LET’S MAKE NIGERIA WORK FOR ALL…

Your Excellency, With high hope of a better Nigeria,which my colleagues and I have committed ourselves, we welcome you back to the country. Permit me, your Excellency, to on behalf of all serving corps members convey our view on some critical issues to you via this very platform. I hope it gets to you. There… Continue reading AN OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT BUHARI BY A CORPS MEMBER: LET’S MAKE NIGERIA WORK FOR ALL…

America set to go after Diezani Alison-Madueke

A former US State Department Nigeria specialist, Mathew Page, has suggested that a US civil forfeiture case to seize $144 million of assets from two cronies of Diezani Alison-Madueke, may just be the start of her legal troubles with America. US Justice Department last week filed an asset recovery case in Houston against Jide Omokore… Continue reading America set to go after Diezani Alison-Madueke

NLC charges Nigeria Leaders to emulate Mandela

The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Tuesday advised Nigerian leaders to emulate the good leadership exhibited by some of the past African leaders, most especially, the late President Nelson Mandela of South Africa. National Vice-President of NLC, Isa Aremu, gave the advice in Lagos at the 25th Pan-African Theatre Arts Festival (PANAFEST) Anniversary, Colloquium and… Continue reading NLC charges Nigeria Leaders to emulate Mandela

Lagos Airport to be certified July 21 – FAAN

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) on Thursday said the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, would be certified on July 21. Mr Rabiu Yadudu, the Director of Operations, FAAN, made the disclosure while speaking with newsmen on the sidelines of the Quarterly Breakfast Meeting of the Aviation Roundtable (ART) in Lagos. Yadudu said that… Continue reading Lagos Airport to be certified July 21 – FAAN

2014 National Conference Report: To be or not to be?

With the rising spate of ethnic-based agitations and geo-political discontent in Nigeria, many stakeholders are of the view that the 2014 National Conference report should be revisited. The proponents of the implementation of the report posit that some of the recommendations therein proffered solutions to the contending issues. Just recently, the Senate asked the Acting… Continue reading 2014 National Conference Report: To be or not to be?

Etisalat pulls out of Nigeria

Etisalat has terminated its management agreement with its Nigerian arm and has given Etisalat Nigeria three weeks to phase out the brand in the country. The decision of the Abu Dhabi owned telecommunications networks resulted after its $1.7 billion loan talks collapsed. Chief executive of Etisalat International, Hatem Dowidar said on Monday that the there was… Continue reading Etisalat pulls out of Nigeria

Kumuyi storms Abuja, seeks divine intervention in Nigeria

Pastor Williams Kumuyi, the General Superintendent (GS) Deeper Life Bible Church, held a resounding crusade in Abuja on Sunday where he prayed for divine intervention in Nigeria and for the progress of the people. At the crusade held at the National Stadium, Kumuyi passionately called upon God to intervene in the lives of the people… Continue reading Kumuyi storms Abuja, seeks divine intervention in Nigeria