The nation's imports of petrol and diesel fell by about 11 per cent and 15 per cent, respectively in September, latest data released by the National Bureau of Statistics on Thursday showed.
The decline in the imports of the petroleum products followed the partial closure on August 22 of the …
The Federal Government says it will not rescind its decision to regulate social media.
The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, said this on Thursday during a courtesy call on him by the Guild of Corporate Online Publishers in Abuja.
Mohammed said, "Let me say, straight on, that the …
The Lagos State Special Task Force on Land Grabbers has arrested 19 suspects for alleged trespass, illegal occupation, forceful land takeover and prevention of lawful entry by violence.
It was learnt that the suspects were arrested by officials of the LSSTFLG, led by the Coordinator, Owolabi Arole, and police officers …
Alex Akinyele, a former Nigerian information minister and sports manager, has died.
Mr Akinyele passed on between late Thursday night and early Friday morning, the Nigerian Tribune reported one of his sons, Akinfolarin, as announcing in a statement. He was 81.
Details of Mr Akinyele's cause of death were not …
Two people have been confirmed dead after a petrol tanker exploded at the old toll gate end of the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway, around Sango, Ogun State.
It has also been learnt that the fire started around 12.05am.
The spokesperson for the state fire service, Muinat Adeleke-Ashimi, who spoke for the …