Turkey on Wednesday fined Facebook, Twitter, and three other social media companies for failing to appoint a country representative under a controversial law which came into force last month.
The legislation, passed in July, requires platforms with more than one million users to appoint representatives in
Three hundred and sixty-two ghost workers have been discovered in the Oyo state civil service.
The Commissioner for Local Government and Community Development in the state, Professor Adio Folayan, made this known on Tuesday, November 3, when he presented the report of the verification committee set up by
Governor of Imo State, Senator Hope Uzodimma has promised to restore the accreditation of the Imo State University Teaching Hospital (IMSUTH Orlu) which was lost several years back.
He has also promised that his government will do her best to provide the needed facilities that will
The House of Representatives has called for urgent action by all stakeholders against child destitution and street begging to avert the looming danger posed by the menace.
The Speaker, Femi Gbajabiamila, at a public hearing on the matter in Abuja, on Tuesday, described child destitution and
The Central Bank of Nigeria has said the firms that participated in its latest business expectations survey expect borrowing and inflation rates in the country to rise further in the coming months.
The CBN said in its October 2020 Business Expectations Survey Report, released on Tuesday,
The Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed, has said Nigeria’s total public debt will hit N38tn by December 2021.
Ahmed said this on Tuesday in her presentation to the Senate Committee on Local and Foreign Debts.
The minister said, “The total public debt stock
THE Peoples Democratic Party has accused the All Progressives Congress of frustrating genuine efforts aimed at restructuring Nigeria.
The party said this in a statement titled, ‘APC is frustrating genuine restructuring – PDP, insists on 2014 National Conference report’, signed by its National Publicity Secretary, Kola
No fewer than 17 persons, who were kidnapped seven days ago by yet-to-be-identified gunmen in the Gwargwada-Sabo community in the Gadabuke Development Area of Nasarawa State, have been set free amidst pressure from the police.
The victims were last Friday kidnapped while observing their Isha’i prayers
The Federal Government is seeking a $1.2bn external borrowing from Brazil to finance agricultural programmes in the 2021 budget. A request for approval has also been transmitted to the National Assembly.
The Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed, who appeared before the House