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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Sunday directed all commercial banks and Bureau de Changes (BDCs) to sell foreign exchange (Forex) to all eligible travelers over the counter, regardless of their customer status.
The two-page document says, “An FBI source … volunteered highly politically sensitive information … on Russian influence efforts aimed at the US presidential election.”
Singer Asa didn’t hesitate to lay bare her mind while performing at the maiden edition of the Spice TV Lifestyle Honours concert recently in Lagos.
Super Eagles’ defender Kenneth Omeruo has praised his Leganes teammates for showing enough grit against Celta Vigo which earned them a point and maintain their unbeaten run in the Spanish La Liga.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre has donated relief materials to the Internally Displaced Persons affected by insurgency in Yobe State.
The Confederation of African Football (Caf) has confirmed that South Africa and Egypt have submitted their bids to replace Cameroon as the host of 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
The 37 state party chairmen of the Social Democratic Party, including that of the Federal Capital Territory have rejected the Justice Hussein Baba-Yusuf-led court order which declared Prof. Jerry Gana as the presidential candidate of the party.
An advocacy group within the All Progressives Congress (APC), the Rivers Unity House (RUH), has declared that its support for the party’s governorship candidate in Rivers State, Pastor Tonye Cole, remains unshaken.
The Palestinian leadership has denounced the latest decision by the Australian government to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as the capital of the Israeli regime, describing the move as “irresponsible” and in violation of international law.
Qatar has said it is committed to the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) but that the bloc needed to enforce its own rules, signalling that a reformed alliance could help end the Gulf crisis.
Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) calls on its members to be careful of writing reports and stories that could trigger crisis