Sack BPE boss now, implement probe report, Senate tells Jonathan
The Senate on Thursday revisited the demand it made to President Goodluck Jonathan last December for the immediate sack of the Director General, Bureau of Public Enterprises, BPE, Bolanle Onagoruwa.
DANA Air assures victims families of adequate compensation
Relatives of the victims of the Dana Air crash will be duly compensated, Dana Air says.
International Telecom Union plans cut on mobile phone roaming charges
Mobile roaming charges across countries, especially for Nigerian consumers usually cost a fortune.
10 things “collective children of anger” should know about Reuben Abati
A PhD graduate who specialised in Dramatic Literature, Theory and Criticism, Reuben Abati started as a romance fiction writer.
NEITI convenes forum on draft Petroleum Industry Bill
NEITI says it wants to take a deeper look at the new PIB.
Nigeria, others want transparency laws for extractive industry
Group campaigns for transparency laws to compel large private extractive companies to disclose their payments to governments worldwide.
Nigeria keen on protecting intellectual property rights – Minister
Federal Government is to initiate a campaign for patronage of indigenous ICT products.
Med-view Airline begins domestic flight operations
The Med-view Airline on Tuesday said it has acquired two Boeing 737-400 aircraft for the commencement of domestic flight operations in Nigeria.
UPDATED: House directs CBN to halt N5, 000 note introduction
The lower chamber is determined to tow an independent position from the executive on crucial issues.
Inflation rises to 11.7% in August, says statistics bureau
The Bureau says the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) recorded a 6.28% growth during the corresponding month
Anti-Islam Film: Muhammad and Freedom of Expression, By Dr Aliyu U. Tilde
The Muslim world needs to exercise restraint in its reaction to the controversial anti-Islam film
Updated: You can’t tax Halliburton for bribing Nigerian officials – Court
Nigeria has not convicted anybody for receiving the Halliburton bribe.
Cassava bread policy hostile to our business, says Flour Mills boss
Only about five per cent of cassava can be used for baking.
NNPC ready to stimulate Nigeria’s economy, says GMD
NNPC is strategic to Nigeria’s vision of becoming one of the world’s top 20 economies.
Poor electricity supply boosts some businesses in Kafanchan
Operators of mobile phone charging outlets are smiling home as poor electricity supply continues.