Nigerians swarm round American World Heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali as he sat atop his car during the drive to the hotel after arriving at the airport in Lagos, Nigeria on June 1, 1964. Ali who was on tour of

Yesterday, the Vice President of Nigeria, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, engaged in an interactive session with some Social Media influencers, to mark President Buhari’s first year anniversary, at the Aso Rock Villa, Abuja.

The Dangote Foundation has decided to help the Federal Government achieve its poverty alleviation measures. The foundation is the brain child of the richest man in Africa, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, at it was set up to provide humanitarian aid, amongst

The Lagos State Government on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to begin the construction of a 38-kilometre 4th Mainland Bridge, expected to bring a 14-year old dream to reality. The bridge, which is geared towards economic growth in

  Power generation in the country has dropped to 1, 580 MW in the last three days resulting in blackout presently being experienced in some parts of the country. Senior officials at Power Holding Company of Nigeria, PHCN, attribute the

  Nigerians on twitter are berating Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, for the drop in power supply all over the country. Nigerians feel Fashola has performed below expectation. They are also berating him for not immediately suspending

  FRSC Corps Marshall Boboye Oyeyemi The death of the late Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Barr. James Ocholi, has been majorly attributed to over speeding. Ocholi died alongside his wife and son on Sunday in an auto

Odo Aladura, a section of Ladipo market in Lagos has been demolished by men suspected to be thugs. The market, largely dominated by Igbo traders who sell spare parts and electronics has been at the centre of conflict in recent

Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, says Nigeria’s economic reality is being exaggerated and is not as bad as it is being portrayed. Dangote said this while speaking at the Economist Forum in Lagos, yesterday March 7th. Dangote said while some

4 people have been confirmed dead after a 5-storey building collapsed at Chisco bus stop, opposite Oando Gas Station in the Lekki area of Lagos this morning. Several others are still trapped in the building as at press time. Continue