By CHIKA IZUORA, The federal government would be saving about $1.5 billion annually if the Natural Gas Vehicles project, an initiative that was first introduced by Nigerian Gas Company, NGC, in 1989 is sustained The Project reportedly achieved a modest success with the only downside being the unavailability of Compressed Natural...
The unrelenting economic recession in the country has been impacting all facets of activities of companies. The worse hit is their implementation of Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR. OLAJIDE FABAMISE writes. The shrinking of the economy and businesses has compelled many firms to scale down every aspects of their activities as...
Since the coming of the present FCT Administration into office in 2015, a lot have changed in land administration in the territory. DAVID ADUGE-ANI reports that land dealers, who before now swarmed every available space in Abuja Geographic Information System, AGIS have disappeared and put out of business. Before now,...
By MARK ITSIBOR, The federal government yesterday announced that it has paid N375.8 million to 20 providers of information under its Whistleblower Policy. According to the federal ministry of finance, the payment of various amounts totaling N375,875,000 was made to the beneficiaries whose information led to the  recovery of N11,635,000,000. The policy...
YAHYA SARKI gives insight into the rage of Kebbi State rice producers over the continued importation of foreign rice into the country. They took their angry message to Governor Bagudu for onward transmission to President Muhammadu Buhari. On May 22, hundreds of rice farmers under the auspices of Kebbi State...
In Nigeria, there has been increasing doubt about the credibility and activities of some Non- Governmental Organisations (NGO). The founder, I AM A MOM FOUNDATION, in this interview with OMONU YAX- NELSON, decried the questionable activities of some NGO which scares donors from helping the vulnerable Nigerians and downtrodden...
Andrew Fleming, is deputy head of Political Section at the British High Commission. He has spent only three years in the country-years he describes as the best of his life. As he prepares to leave Nigeria he proves in this interview with Catherine Agbo, that he has acquired a...
By Otung Gabriel The ease of doing business is one of the major factors that attract investments to a country, in addition to other factors such as capital, market, security, etc. Some years ago, investors looking to do business in Nigeria were easily turned away by the difficult process of...
As hours of fracas between residents of Old Army Barracks, Suleja in Niger State and security forces turns bloody leaving four dead, several injured including the Police. Peace in the commercial town was disrupted again. AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE (Abuja) reports. With four dead and several people injured including two policemen in...
  In this report, MSUE AZA, takes a look at feelings and mode of Zaria residents who suffered water scarcity for over 40 years until recently relief comes their way. Many residents with tears of joy on their faces narrated how they were coping with the pathetic situation for decades....