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‘We’ve changed the narratives of culture
The fear about what becomes the outcome ofthe summit began to manifest during the firstplenary session that featured Prof. WoleSoyinka as keynote speaker. One of thecommentators had expressed the hope that
the first national summit on culture and
tourism put together by the Information and
Culture Ministry to project the country’s vast
endowment in creative and tourism industry
and map out strategies for their turnaround
would not become another jamboree.

PDP prays for Buhari as caretaker
committee takes over
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday
conducted special prayers for the good health
of President Muhammadu Buhari, pleading
with God Almighty to grant him speedy
recovery. READ MORE»
CCT frowns at delay by Saraki’s lawyers
The Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) has
frowned at what it described as the delay
tactics being employed by lawyers to Senate
President Bukola Saraki in his on-going trial for
false asset declaration.READ MORE

Alleged $40m fraud: Court remands
Jonathan’s cousin, wife
Justice Nnamdi Dimgba of the Federal High
Court, Abuja has remanded Robert Azibaola, a
cousin to former President Goodluck Jonathan,
in Kuje prison, Abuja. READ MORE

Senate seeks proper prosecution of Kano
killing culprits
The Senate has condemned the killing of Mrs.
Bridget Agbahime in Kano State, even as it
urged the Federal Government to ensure that
the perpetrators were properly prosecuted in
line with the laws of the country. READ MORE
Sheriff group kicks as PDP BoT endorses
The ousted National Chairman of the Peoples
Democratic Party, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff,
has rejected Tuesday’s handover of the party
secretariat to the Ahmed Makarfi-led
Caretaker Committee. READ MORE

Militancy: Osinbajo meets Niger Delta govs,
service chiefs
Despite the Federal Government’s decision to
de-escalate (reduce) military operations in the
Niger Delta communities, military personnel
will still remain on the region’s waterways.


N23bn bribe: EFCC arrests two ex-
ministers, PDP chiefs
The Economic and Financial Crimes
Commission on Monday and Tuesday arrested
key leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party in
the North-East states of Borno, Adamawa,
Yobe and Gombe. READ MORE
FG’s N293bn allocation fails to damp
Nigeria water crises
The billions of naira allocated for water
resources at Federal and State Government
levels has failed to make meaningful impact as
majority of Nigerians and businesses continue
to spend scarce resources to generate their
own water supplies. Between 2012 and 2016, a
total of N293.1 billion was budgeted for water
resources at the federal level,… READ MORE

Investors reduce equities wager as
uncertainty over FX policy weighs
Stock traders on Customs Street have further
cut their bets on equities as they wait on the
apex bank to make good its promise of a clear
announcement around a more flexible foreign
exchange (FX) policy. Some investors on
Monday routed sell mandates to the Nigerian
Stock Exchange (NSE), which bulged the supply
side at…READ MORE »

Consortium of banks restructures Oando’s
N94bn credit line to support growth plan
Oando plc, Nigeria’s leading indigenous energy
solutions group with a primary and secondary
listing on the Nigerian Stock Exchange and the
Johannesburg Stock Exchange, respectively,
has announced the agreement of a N94.6
billion facilities provided by 11 leading
financial institutions in Nigeria. The financing,
coordinated by the mandated Lead Arranger,
Access Bank plc, is a… READ MORE »

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