Meet Mammy Ochefu The Woman Who Started Mammy Market In Soldiers Barracks

Did you know that mammy market was named after a woman called Mammy Ochefu? Yes yes! Every military barrack in Nigeria has a place called ‘mammy market’, a place close to the barracks, where soldiers’ interact and buy their daily needs. In 1955 at Enugu, the market was named after Mammy Ochefu, the wife of … Continue reading Meet Mammy Ochefu The Woman Who Started Mammy Market In Soldiers Barracks

Glo, NTEL Customers To Be Cut Off From Calling Other Networks In Eight Days

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has granted disconnection approval to mobile network operators (MNOs) to disconnect owing colleagues over rise in interconnect debt and failure of the affected operators to pay. A document sighted by The Guardian yesterday, confirmed that the NCC has sent notification letters to the affected operators. NCC has asked MTN, Airtel … Continue reading Glo, NTEL Customers To Be Cut Off From Calling Other Networks In Eight Days

ICYMI: Kwara Traders Confront Thugs Trying To Disrupt Tradermoni Disbursement

Hoodlums invaded the Mandate Market in Ilorin, Kwara State, on Thursday and scared away petty traders and TraderMoni agents, disrupting the disbursement of money to beneficiaries of the scheme. As early as 9am, the hoodlums, some of them wearing ‘PDP Atikulated T-shirts’, stormed the Mandate Market, insisting that the TraderMoni scheme could not be conducted … Continue reading ICYMI: Kwara Traders Confront Thugs Trying To Disrupt Tradermoni Disbursement

The Men Who Embezzled Nigerian Airways

On Tuesday, as the Nigerian government commenced payment of the pension of retired employees of the defunct Nigerian Airways, members of the House of Representatives passed a resolution to investigate those indicted for looting the resources of the fallen national carrier. After weeks of verification, the government eventually cleared about 6,000 former employees to be … Continue reading The Men Who Embezzled Nigerian Airways

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