Airtel ownership controversy/ Court dismisses Bharty Airtel’s application
ECONET wireless maintains that its stakes were unfairly cancelled when Zain took over in 2005
NITEL workers seal head office, protest non-payment of 10 months salary
The NITEL workers are asking for full payment of their 10 month salary arrears.
Reps want Abuja Sheraton Hotel’s post-acquisition plan revised
Sheraton hoteliers say they have put in place measures to bring the services of the hotel to international standards.
Landlord docked for removing roof of tenant’s house
A Lagos landlord has been docked for allegedly removing the roof of his tenants abode.
UPDATED: Court strikes out order seeking to stop Dana Air crash inquest
The organisation that instituted the suit will now pay N10,000 to the Lagos State government.
Government defends PIB content, rejects Shell’s claims
Government says its decision to increase its take in deep water oil fields to about 73 per cent is competitive.
Shell opposes PIB, says it’ll stifle oil and gas investments
The multinational voices its concerns about the PIB which is before the National Assembly.
Former Bank PHB boss, Atuche, paid N45m tithe with depositors funds-EFCC
Francis Atuche gave two churches in Delta State depositors money to the sum of N45 million.
Otedola, Elumelu, Babangida, others buy four power plants
The Nigerian Council on Privatisation has announced the bid winners for four power plants to be sold to private companies.
Lagos residents face 12-month jail for tax evasion
The Lagos State Government wants a law that would punish residents who do not pay tax.
Arik crisis: Domestic airlines revert to lower fares
Airlines reduce fares after turbulent week in aviation industry.
Lawmakers pledge support for fight against substandard goods
The House of Reps lends its support to the standards agency in curbing sale of counterfeit products.
How Nigerian fraudsters scammed Kuwaitis of US$1million using Abacha’s name
The Kuwaitis were ured into a shady deal with fraudsters from Nigeria who used Sani Abacha as bait. Advertisement
Financial bids opening for Nigeria’s five power plants
The financial bids opening process for the seven successful bidding firms that scaled the technical evaluation hurdle by the Bureau of Public Enterprises (BPE) is to hold this morning in Abuja. The seven firms are among the original 25 that submitted bids for the country’s five power generation plants slated for sale under the federal government privatization […]
Drop in oil revenue temporary, states’ finance commissioners say
States are optimistic that revenue earnings are likely to improve before next revenue allocation meeting.
PIB must guarantee regulatory agencies’ independence, says NEITI forum
Stakeholders want new draft law to strip Petroleum Minister of excessive powers over the affairs of agencies in the industry
Six years after, 197 drug convicts still prowl the streets free: only in Nigeria!
197 drug convicts let off, indicted officials gloat, and a state report gathers dust.