Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has said that the Central Bank of Nigeria’s initiatives in capacity building and access to fund will address the myriads of pitfalls facing young entrepreneurs and aid the expansion of employment opportunities for Nigerians.
fund, another serving officer and former Director of Military Intelligence, Major General Wiwa, has been arrested.
EKITI State Governor, Mr .Ayodele Fayose, has said the Federal Government should not shield Mr Tope Aluko from facing trial over his allegation that the June 21, 2014 governorship poll in the state was rigged in his favour and his party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Boko Haram militants killed at least 30 people during attacks on two villages over two days in Borno State, local vigilante fighters and local officials said at the weekend.
According to the Associated Press (AP), the vicious attacks saw the raiders looting food supplies, carting away herds, and kidnapping women and children
The death of a civil servant, Olatunji Famotua, in the workforce of Ondo State is causing an outrage following the non-payment of workers’ salaries by the state government since the past three months.
IN its bid to improve its Internally-Generated Revenue (IGR), Anambra State government and its partners, ABX World, a Nigerian based courier/cargo company, Arik Air and Skyway Aviation Handling Company (SAHCOL), have commenced agro-allied exports to the European countries.
Operatives of the Rapid Response Squad, RRS, of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested a man whose sanity could not be verified, and who was in possession of 22 ATM credit cards, two mobile phones and a power bank in Victoria Island area of the state.
Prelate of the Methodist Church, His Eminence, Dr Samuel Emeka Kanu Uche, has stated that the present fight against corruption in Nigeria is too selective, adding that it should be a total war so that it will not become a vendetta against the opposition.
Constitutional lawyer and Presidential Anti-corruption Advisory Committee Chairman Prof. Itse Sagay has hinted of a possible soft landing for treasury looters and corrupt politicians, who return their shares of the $2.1 billion arms procurement and other loot traced to them.