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The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) says it has received commendation from airline passengers for its intervention efforts in Arik Air and Aero Contractors.
Nigeria’s biggest carrier, Arik Air, is facing maintenance and safety challenges as it has failed to ferry its aircraft that are due for various categories of checks overseas for maintenance.
The new leadership of the Nigerian Optometric Association (NOA), Lagos State Chapter, says its major focus is to address quackery in the eye care industry.
The Oodua People’s Congress (OPC) on Monday urged the Federal Government to urgently find lasting solution to the alleged attacks and wanton killings by herdsmen in the country.
Equatorial Guinea may have already crashed out of the 2018 CHAN, but coach Rodolfo Bodipo has insisted his young team have improved in Morocco and so they will not be intimidated with the pedigree of tonight’s opponents Nigeria.
World number three, Grigor Dimitrov has been knocked out by British rising star, Kyle Edmund, ranked 49, same day debutant Elise Mertens downed Elina Svitolina, world number four.
Less than 24 hours after his inauguration, Liberia’s President George Weah, announced seven appointments, including that of former Senate Pro-Tempore Gbezohngar Findley, as Foreign Affairs Minister.
The crisis in the Jos University Teaching Hospital, JUTH, deepened on Wednesday when about 400 resident doctors took to the streets with a mock coffin to express their grievances against the management.
The Nigeria international was on the books of Akwa United on a loan deal for the 2016-2017 Nigeria Professional Football League season before joining Ghanaian club Inter Allies in December.
President Rodrigo Duterte has banned Philippine citizens from travelling to Kuwait to work following reports of widespread abuse and exploitation, his spokesman said Saturday.
Rights lawyer, Femi Falana, has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of “impunity” in addressing recent killings by herdsmen in Benue and other states.
The United States has condemned Sudan’s arbitrary detention of journalists after reporters from the French news agency (AFP) and Reuters were arrested covering a street protest Friday.