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Something curiouser than the perennial fuel shortage emerged last week. President Muhammadu Buhari’s New Year message was the clearest indication yet that the three most senior managers of the oil industry do not agree on the cause of the problem or how to fix it.
Of the three presidents who ruled Nigeria between 1999 and 2015, President Goodluck Jonathan appears, so far, to have been the subject of more controversial books than his two predecessors.
If a war foretold does not take the cripple by surprise, the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Ibe Kachikwu, is in a situation worse than physical handicap. He’s a victim of his own naivety but his appointer could be in a bigger dilemma.
Bolaji Abdullahi, spokesman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), says ‘On a Platter of Gold’, a book he wrote on the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan, will be out in October.
A member of Ogun House of Assembly, Mr Olusola Odofin-Sonuga, on Tuesday denied the news that he had left All Progressives Congress for Peoples Democratic Party.
Coach Salisu Yusuf has vowed his team will remain positive when they come face-to-face with Libya in continuation of the 2018 CHAN despite being held to a scoreless draw by less fancied Rwanda in an opening Group C game Monday night.
The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has begun monitoring the lifting of petroleum products from Gombe Depot to other states in the North East.
The Association of Licensed Telecommunications Operators of Nigeria (ALTON) says its members are likely to implement the 14 days grace for data roll-over planned by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC).
Jose Mourinho said Monday it would be "great" if Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez became a Manchester United player as Manchester City's interest in the Chilean reportedly came to an end.
Anambra State Government has assured its civil servants of massive training and retraining this year to enhance their capacity for improved productivity.
A Luxembourg court, on Thursday, overturned the verdict against a “Luxleaks” whistleblower who was convicted of leaking thousands of documents that revealed tax breaks for multinational firms.
Liberia's ruling party said on Sunday it had expelled outgoing President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for not backing her vice-president, Joseph Boakai, in a presidential election run-off lost to former footballer George Weah.
Heavy clashes broke out in the Libyan capital Tripoli on Monday, leaving at least nine people dead and forcing the airport to suspend all flights.
Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters (Senate), Senator Ita Enang, has said there will be no rift between the Executive and Legislature in the year 2018.