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Ed Sheeran was crowned top artiste while Bruno Mars took home the R&B gong at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday.
The 2018 Billboard Music Awards nominations were released on Tuesday and Pulitzer-winning rapper Kendrick Lamar earned 15 nods.
As the controversy over the federal government’s travel ban on 50 high profile Nigerians gathers momentum, the Yoruba socio-cultural organisation, the Afenifere, has condemned the ban, saying it connotes the beginning of absolute dictatorship in Nigeria.
The Chairman of the South East Senate Caucus, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, has described former Governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, as an embodiment of discipline and positive attributes in good governance.
The Federal Government is set to increase the Mining Sector’s contribution to GDP as the Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Abubakar Bawa Bwari, will be leading the Nigerian delegation to the 20th China Mining Congress & Expo and the 3rd Nigeria-China Mining Road Show at the Meijian Convention and Exhibition, Tianjin, China, this month.
Vice President and Treasurer of the World Bank, Arunma Oteh has said Green Sukuk financing scheme is promising for green projects.
Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr says his team must improve, despite a 4-0 victory over Libya in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier on Saturday.
The Senate has called on the federal government to rehabilitate dams and dredge waterways to be able to take in flood waters.
The National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) has dissociated itself from a Ponzi scheme, which was recently ascribed to it and is currently trending on the social media.
DC United moved into the play-off positions for the first time this season with a 1-0 win against FC Dallas, with Wayne Rooney helping to set up their 86th-minute winner.
The Kogi State Police Command has again declared Senator Dino Melaye wanted for alleged criminal conspiracy, attempted culpable homicide and unlawful possession of firearms.
The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) has slashed its forecast of global demand growth for oil in 2019 for a third straight month on Thursday, citing headwinds facing the broader economy, and key consuming countries in particular, from trade disputes and volatile emerging markets.