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The Director of Research and Advocacy of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Dr Vincent Nwani, restated on Wednesday that multiple taxation and infrastructure deficit were harming the nation’s economy.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has reported that the Government of Zimbabwe has declared a state of emergency following a cholera outbreak in the capital, Harare.
Nigeria legend Peter Rufai has said he believes goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa would have done much better for the Super Eagles than Francis Uzoho at the World Cup in Russia.
The number of centenarians in Japan reached a record high of 69,785 as of September, owing to growing health awareness and advances made in medical fields, the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry said.
Boko Haram gunmen killed eight people when they attacked two villages in restive northeast Nigeria in an attempt to steal livestock on Friday, local militia said.
Burundi threatened on Friday to quit the UN Human Rights Council over perceived "politicisation" following a report pointing to crimes against humanity in the country.
TraderMoni, one part of the two-year-old Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme, was conceived to be of benefit to all Nigerian groups, an official of the Bank of Industry says.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday said Moscow and Beijing plan to use their own national currencies more often in trade deals as Russia’s relations with the West deteriorate.
US Vice President Mike Pence has denied discussions to remove President Donald Trump from office took place, rejecting claims made in a New York Times opinion piece authored by an unidentified White House official.
The All Progressives Congress appears not to be losing sleep over the reported defection of Speaker Yakubu Dogara from its fold to the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, where he came from.
The Premier League champions had been the fifth-highest revenue earner in the world last season at £473.4m, and figures released on Thursday showed that had been increased to £500.5m.