Why African Trade Unions Are Calling On United States To Lift Commercial, Financial Blockage Against Cuba

African trade unions are persistently urging the United States of America to lift the economic blockage against the Republic of Cuba. Like the African Union (AU) that has persistently called … Read More

Breaking: Supreme Court Orders Old N200, N500, N1,000 Notes To Remain In Circulation Till Dec 31

The apex court also nullified the Federal Government’s naira redesign policy, declaring it as an affront to the 1999 Constitution. Justice Emmanuel Agim, who read the lead judgement, held that … Read More

Terrorism & Fraud: DSS Steps Up Investigation Of Nigeria’s Central Bank, Governor Emefiele    

The Department of State Services (DSS) has stepped up investigations with a view to arrest and prosecutes the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele, over allegations … Read More

Saudi Arabia Clamps Down On Illegal Immigrants, Arrests Over 800 Nigerians

The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, NiDCOM, has cautioned Nigerians travelling to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia without proper documentation as Saudi authorities have heightened a clampdown on irregular migrants. A … Read More

Economic Crunch: Prof Nnaji Directs Aba Power To Allow Consumers To Stagger Meter Payment

The chairman of Aba Power Ltd, Professor Bart Nnaji, has directed the company to allow electricity consumers who want to stagger their payment for prepaid meters to do so with … Read More