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Water Inadequacy: Chinese consulate donates borehole to UNILAG

The Chinese consulate has donated a borehole to University of Lagos with aim to tackle the challenges posed by inadequate supply of potable water in the University. The Consul General of China in Lagos, His Excellency, Mr. Chao Xiaoliang, said the project...

Skye Bank confirms holding $41million from $793.2 Million TSA Funds

Following the order by the federal high court on seven banks to remit the money from TSA funds, the management of Skye bank has confirmed the amount of money from the fund it is holding. The bank on Friday confirmed...

See Names of banks ordered to remit $793.2m Hidden In it

Seven commercial banks in the country have been ordered to temporarily remit a total of $ 793,200,000 allegedly hidden with them in contravention of the Federal Government's Treasury Single Account policy. This order was from The Federal High Court in Lagos. Justice...

Not satisfied with your WAEC scores? here is how to apply for script remarking

The West African Examination Council has advised candidates who are not satisfied with the marking of their result to apply for remarking. The Examination council gave the counsel while responding to @LawalKunle who wanted his sister’s result remarked. The twitter user...

Lai Mohammed debunks claims, says FG not banning video production abroad

Following the dust that federal government will ban video production abroad has raised, Lai Mohammed has debunked the claims, saying that such will never happen. The Minister of Information and Culture,Mohammed noted this on Tuesday evening while reacting to an...

Bakassi Crisis: United Nations applauds Osinbajo for handling case

Professor Yemi Osinbajo, Acting President of Nigeria has received commendations from the UN Office for West Africa and the Sahel (UNOWAS) for handling the recent Bakassi crisis which affected Nigerian fishermen. According to NAN, Mr. Mohamed Chambas, Special Representative of the...

Student of Nwafor Orizu college murdered just few days to Graduation

A student of Nwafor Orizu College of Education Nsugbe identified as Don Charles has been killed by cult boys, just few days to his graduation. This was disclosed by a friend who said... Subject to thorough confirmations, I can now say...

See Full list of 42 banned anti-malaria drugs Nigerians are still consuming

There are 42 anti-malaria drugs, which have been banned by the Senate, that are still consumed by Nigerians. According to report, the drugs have been banned in Europe but are still in the Nigerian market. The Senate mandated its committee on...

Mob attack – Diamond, Sterling Bank set ablaze

According to reports, a mob of angry truck drivers yesterday set the appapa branches of Diamond and Sterling Bank on fire. Their grievience was with a police guard posted to the Diamond Bank branch. The policeman apparently shot dead one...

Just In: CAC workers goes on strike, reason Unknown

Corporate Affairs Commission have begun strike, and this led to the hampering of business activities on Tuesday. According to reports, this ensued following an industrial action by members of staff of the commission. The industrial action led to the closure of...

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