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The Federal government has reinstated its commitment to providing conducive business environment for investors in the Calabar Free Trade Zone (CFTZ) to encourage productivity.
Apparently worried by the frustrations faced by industrialists in the hands of the Nigerian Customs, the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Mr. Okechukwu Enelamah, has frowned at the unnecessary bureaucracy and bottlenecks enthroned by the agency in dealing with investors.
Some Lagos residents have concluded plans to block the Third Mainland Bridge in Lagos on Monday in a bid to show their displeasure with the recently increased land use charges by the state government.
Akwa United were luckier than Al Itiihad of Libya in the lottery of the penalty shootout and that was why they progressed to the CAF Confederation Cup playoffs according to the undisputed hero of the Nigerian club, goalkeeper Olorunleke Ojo.
Hundreds of residents in various parts of Ilorin, the Kwara capital, have been rendered homeless by rainstorm, following downpour which lasted for over three hours on Saturday evening.
A non-partisan political organization, Take Back Nigeria Association (TBNA), has called on politicians from Igbo speaking states to forge a common ideology in the call for restructuring of the country.
The Presidency on Sunday gave reasons why President Muhammadu Buhari may be dilly-dalling in declaring his ambition in the 2019 presidential election, saying that it is a deliberate ploy to prevent opponents from sabotaging the country.
The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Rivers says it will not participate in the alleged illegality of the Rivers State Independent Electoral Commission’s (RSIEC) proposed conduct of Local Government Councils Elections on June 16, 2018.
The International Foundation for Electoral Systems ( IFES ) says it will give every necessary support to the Independent National Electoral Commission ( INEC ) in its quest to achieve credible elections in 2019.
Plateau State Governor Simon Lalong says that the peace and stability of the state is under threat by some forces determined to take the state back to the crises of the past.
Two soldiers, two mobile policemen and about 23 others were on Wednesday killed by suspected Fulani herdsmen during a fierce battle at Dung Kasa, Rafiki and Dutse Kura communities in Bassa Local Government Area of Plateau State.
Fulani herdsmen have surrendered 30 different guns illegally acquired, to the Police Command in Niger.