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Federal government to establish trading platform to ease ports congestion

The federal government is to establish a National Trading Platform that will provide a single window to facilitate the seamless movement of goods in and out of Nigeria and end difficulties encountered by businesses at the country’s ports.

[email protected]: Presidency releases Buhari’s 57 achievements

The Presidency on Saturday released what it called the 57 achievements of the Muhammadu Buhari administration as the nation marks 57 years of Independence.

Fed govt approves concessioning of Lagos, Abuja airports – Osinbajo

The Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, on Monday said the Federal Executive Council, FEC, has approved the concessioning of the Lagos and Abuja International Airports for better management.

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Everton’s Gylfi Sigurdsson in final squad for Iceland’s first World Cup

Iceland have named Everton midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, who finished the season with a knee injury, in the squad for the country's first World Cup.

Donald Trump ‘demands’ probe of alleged spying on his campaign

US President Donald Trump demanded Sunday that the Justice Department investigate whether his presidential campaign was "infiltrated" or spied on for political purposes, prompting it to announce it would look into those issues.

Akwa Ibom APC affirms Udoma Ekarika’s election as state chairman

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Akwa Ibom has said that the emergence of Udoma Bob Ekarika as the new Chairman of the party is in line with the directive from the national headquarters of the party on the zoning of offices during its recently conducted guided Congresses.

Heavy police presence at venue of Ohanaeze summit

Security has been beefed up around the Alex Ekwueme Square, Awka, Anambra capital, venue of the Monday Ohanaeze Ndigbo summit on restructuring.

Philippines concerned about Chinese bombers in disputed South China Sea

Philippines on Monday expressed “serious concerns’’ over the presence of China’s strategic bombers in the disputed South China Sea.