Labour Congress Gives Conditions For Ending Strike

The warning strike declared by the organised labour was observed in part across the country yesterday. Labour is demanding N65,000 as a national minimum wage, up from the current N18,000. The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) had issued the Federal Government a 14-day ultimatum to resume negotiation or face an industrial action. This was as Minister … Continue reading Labour Congress Gives Conditions For Ending Strike

UK Rejects Consignment Of Agric Produce From Nigeria

The United Kingdom authorities have rejected a consignment of agricultural produce from Nigeria worth N5 million for failing to meet up with the expected requirements. Head of Inspection at the Nigerian Agricultural Quarantine Service (NAQS) in the South West Zone, Dr Moses Adewumi, made this disclosure at a news conference. He disclosed that the consignment … Continue reading UK Rejects Consignment Of Agric Produce From Nigeria

Ekiti State Releases Allocation From Federation Account For July 2018

The Ekiti State Government on Sunday released the amount that accrued to the State and its Local Government Areas from the Federation Account for July 2018. The figures were released by the Office of the Special Adviser to Governor Ayodele Fayose on New Media, Lere Olayinka. According to the figures, the state earned N3,344,933,721.11 from … Continue reading Ekiti State Releases Allocation From Federation Account For July 2018

Mark Zuckerberg Loses $18.8 BILLION In Just TWO HOURS And Drops From Fourth To Eighth In World’s Richest List

Mark Zuckerberg lost nearly $20billion in just two hours last week Wednesday. The Facebook CEO saw his net worth tumble by $18.8billion, a record drop, in after-hours trading, taking him down four spots in Forbes’ World Billionaires List. Zuckerberg woke up as the fourth richest person in the world with an $82.4billion net worth on … Continue reading Mark Zuckerberg Loses $18.8 BILLION In Just TWO HOURS And Drops From Fourth To Eighth In World’s Richest List

CBN Cries Out – “Nigerian Government Not Willing To Save For Rainy Day”

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), on Tuesday, warned the Federal Government to learn to save heavily from current improved crude oil sales for the rainy day. CBN Governor, Mr Godwin Emefiele, who read the communique of July MPC meeting in Abuja, said the committee, while discussing the economic … Continue reading CBN Cries Out – “Nigerian Government Not Willing To Save For Rainy Day”

History Of The Nigerian Naira, Symbol, Sign And Worth

Many people today make use of the Nigerian naira but don’t know its history as well as the various signs, symbols and it worth. The official currency, currently used in Nigeria is called the Nigerian naira, which was subdivided into 100 kobo. In this article I will discuss with you about the history, symbol, sign … Continue reading History Of The Nigerian Naira, Symbol, Sign And Worth

Edo State Set To Seal $500m Vehicle Assembly Plant, As Obaseki Pledges More Incentives

The growing investor confidence in Edo State, stemming from market-oriented reform designed to drive industrialisation, has earned the state yet another $500 million auto assembly plant deal from Chinese investors. Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, disclosed this during a working visit on Saturday, to Time Ceramics Company Nigeria Ltd, manufacturers of floor tiles at … Continue reading Edo State Set To Seal $500m Vehicle Assembly Plant, As Obaseki Pledges More Incentives