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It was gathered that the two leaders of the National Assembly, who met behind closed doors, resolved to domicile the NFIU in the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), in order to fast-track the passage of the bill.
Adams Oshiomhole, the National Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has cried out, alleging that some forces within the party are plotting to remove him because he did not allow them to impose their choice candidates on the party during the primaries.
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS), the Strike Force team announced last week that it made a number of seizures amounting to over N207 million between September 19 and October 18, 2018.
President Muhammadu Buhari and his Republic of Benin counterpart, Patrice Talon, will tomorrow perform the official hand-over of the new Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, Border Posts at Seme-Krake and Neope-Akanu in Badagry.
Udom Emmanuel, the Akwa-Ibom State governor, has raised the alarm over threats by troublemakers to disrupt the 2019 governorship election in the state.
Afe Babalola (SAN), a legal luminary and university administrator, has urged the Federal Government to revisit the moribund education bank to enable students to access loans at reduced rates.
Juan Mata says Manchester United face an "exciting month" of fixtures and hopes a string of good results will boost confidence in the squad.
Zenith Bank hosts its first Global Economic Forum
Minister of Information and Culture, Ahaji Lai Mohammed, will, on October 17, 2018, speak on the importance of providing detailed and consistent information across Nigeria’s diverse population at the Chatham House, London.
Can, 24, signed for the club on a free transfer this summer after leaving Liverpool. He has made 10 appearances for Juve so far but looks likely to miss out on the Champions League trip to Manchester United on Tuesday given Sunday's medical update.
Muslims in Ekiti State, yesterday, staged a protest over the appointments made by Governor Kayode Fayemi, so far, and described them as “lopsided and marginalisation of the Muslim community in the state.”