Despite a promising start, winning the first quarter 24-16, the D'Tigers faltered in the remaining quarters, losing 23-9, 21-18, and 18-11 respectively.
The meeting which had some state governors in attendance also discussed the crumbling rate of the Naira to the Dollar.
As Nigerians prepared for the holiday season to end 2023, the National Assembly in Abuja on 21 December hurriedly undertook and voted through the confirmation of 11 nominees for appointment to the Supreme Court.
A report has revealed that gender-based violence has reached unsettling heights in Kano State, prompting a critical examination of the underlying causes.
The Senate said the current price of cement is unbearable to Nigerians considering the high cost of living that Nigerians are already grappling with.
If established, the commission will be responsible for the management of funds allocated by the federal government for capital projects in the South-west region.
The Cross River governor served as deputy chairman under the chairmanship of Mr Uzodinma.
The Epie Creek serves as a means of transportation in Bayelsa State.
The Senate confirmed the appointment of 17 out of the 19 persons nominated by President Bola Tinubu.
The fee was raised from ₦296,000 to ₦476,000 for the 2023–2024 Bar Part II academic session.
The officers allegedly extorted the money during their visit to Edo State from the Force Criminal Investigation Department, Abuja.
"We cannot afford to target high customs revenues at the expense of the survival of local businesses, employment, and reasonable cost of living," Mr Obi said The post Peter Obi urges Nigerian govt to address inconsistent customs duties appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
The EFCC posted the notice declaring Mr Adesanya, a promoter of Sunrise Power and Transmission Ltd, wanted on its verified Facebook page on Wednesday.
The decision is a step in catering to marginalised children's educational needs.
The American senator calls for international response intensify as crisis escalates in Dafur, Sudan.
Binance has had similar aaccusations of currency manipulation and unethical conduct leading to sanctions in many countries and an ongoing lawsuit in the United States.
VP Shettima said adopting relevant technology will help in addressing bottlenecks experienced by operators in the nation’s entry points as well as in the area of business regulation.
The advertorial by the AEDC generated an outcry with many Nigerians lambasting the State House for defaulting in paying its electricity bill.
The new NFIU boss, until her appointment a deputy director in the agency, takes over from the immediate-past Director/CEO, Modibbo Tukur, whose five-year tenure elapsed in January.
Mr Tinubu described the appointments as part of “his commitment to deliver affordable and quality care to all Nigerians under governance and regulatory frameworks commensurate with international best practices.
Coach Randy Waldrum has selected 21 players for the trip, who will then fly to Abuja for the return leg against the Lionesses on Monday evening.
Foreign companies, especially manufacturers and energy firms, have been leaving Nigeria with many citing the current foreign exchange crunch and devaluation of the naira, as reasons.
The president of the ECOWAS Commission decries the non-implementation of the regional court’s judgement at the opening session of the statutory meeting of the ECOWAS Judicial Council in Abuja.
Any analyst with no political bias will find it curious and ironic that the same Nigerians who spend an annual average of $200 million on imported hair, £25 million on Scotch Whiskey, $75 million on French Champagne, as well as $20 million daily on MTN and Airtel, are calling for Cardoso’s head over the free […] The post Cardoso, forex crisis and the limit of armchair criticism, By Abdulrahman Abdulraheem appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
So, I turn 65 today. I thank Allah, (Subhanu Wa T’ala) for this favour even though I can feel the weight of those numbers on my shoulders.
The Igbo group noted that the South-east is the only region in Nigeria with five states.
The association noted that the decision to withdraw its operation was due to the high operational costs in the industry.