• Tuface Not Moved By Being Called ‘Coward’

    by - Feb 9, 2017
    Popular artiste, Innocent Idibia, popularly known as TUFACE says he is glad that he spoke out despite eventually backing off a planned antigovernment protests on Monday. Tuface was to lead nationwide demonstrations against economic crisis, but...
  • World Pension Summit Africa & African Pension Awards hold in Abuja

    by - Oct 30, 2015
    In recognition of the innovation, excellence and commitment to the development of pensions in Africa, the National Pension Commission (PenCom) hosted the global community to the inaugural Africa Pension Awards in Abuja. PenCom also hosted the...
  • The Africapitalist – Tony Elumelu

    by - Oct 12, 2015
    Nigerian-born Tony Elumelu, one of Africa’s most revered business leaders, makes his debut on the Forbes list of Africa’s richest this year thanks to a variety of investments, including a controlling interest in Transcorp, Nigeria’s largest...
  • Nigeria: ‘Govt Must Remain Key Investor in ICT

    by - Sep 12, 2014
    IF the contributions of Nigeria’s Information and Communications Technology sector to the country’s Gross Domestic Products (GDP) must increase, cum the economy, the need for governments at all levels of governance to increase their ICT investments...
  • Nigeria: A Yellow Sun and Its Many Controversies

    by - Sep 12, 2014
    Since its release, the movie adaptation of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s book Half of a Yellow Sun, has been marred by a variety of controversies. First, was its delayed release (because of some scenes thought to be...
  • Nigeria: FAAN Denies Alleged Syringe Attack On U.S. Air Marshal

    by - Sep 11, 2014
    By Hugo Odiogor and Lawani Mikairu The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria, FAAN, yesterday, denied alleged syringe attack on a US Air Marshal at the Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos, Sunday, September 7, even as the...
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