Debt Servicing Gulps $2.2bn In Five Months, Says CBN

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channelstv.com The latest data from the Central Bank of Nigeria has revealed that the federal government spent about $2.2 billion on...

Labour sets figure for new minimum wage

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guardian.ng THE organised labour movement said while it is not attaching a timeline within which President Bola Ahmed Tinubu must submit...

Labour suspends minimum wage strike

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thecable.ng The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) and Trade Union Congress (TUC) have “relaxed” their nationwide strike for a few days.  A top official of...

Strike: Blackout as workers shut down power grid

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punchng.com The Transmission Company of Nigeria has announced the complete shutdown of Nigeria’s power grid by labour unions as the strike...

Controversial passage of National Anthem Bill, exemption of military from tolling, others top stories...

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premiumtimesng.com Accelerated passage of “smuggled” National Anthem Bill, exemption of military from tolling, Last week in the Green Chamber was heading towards...

‘No crypto transactions, non-refundable licence fee’ — all the changes in CBN’s BDC guidelines

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thecable.ng On May 22, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) announced approved guidelines for bureau de change (BDC) operations. The approved guidelines, made after...

Uproar in court as Kanu refuses to submit to trial, calls Nigerian Govt lawyer...

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dailypost.ng Detained leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, caused an uproar at the Federal High Court...

Two more Wike loyalists quit govt as Fubara loses 5 commissioners in one day

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dailypost.ng Two more Rivers State commissioners loyal to the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Nyesom Wike, have dumped the...

‘Far-reaching decisions will be made’ — FG extends FEC meeting to Tuesday

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thecable.ng The federal government has extended the federal executive council (FEC) meeting to Tuesday. Mohammed Idris, minister of information and culture, announced...

2027: Why we are working on a mega party– Utomi

guardian.ng A renowned political economist, Prof. Pat Utomi, says his plan to form a mega political party with like-minded people and...
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