Business & Finance

Nigerian Governor: Buhari Says Economy in ‘Bad Shape’

ABUJA, NIGERIA Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari said the country's economy was in "bad shape," the governor of a northwestern state told reporters Friday after a meeting with governors from across the country.Buhari will seek a second term in an election…

Kaduna State Government disburses N20million to women entrepreneurs

Anambra House of Assembly passes 2019 appropriation bill

World close to attaining HIV treatment – NACA

Medical/Health Care

19th NSF: Edo golf team wins 2 gold medals

Edo golf team has won gold in the men's doubles and singles event respectively at the ongoing 19th National Sports Festival (NSF).Victor Ojeabulu won the men single while Emmanuel Ojeabulu and Chima Iyare won men double for team Edo on…

Delta athletes set new festival records

Nine die in Turkey train crash

Nigerian government seeks ways to stop medical tourism

Travel & Leisure

Rezidor Hotel Group: RADISSON RED OPENS IN CAPE TOWN

Innovative hotel brand for the millennial mindset, inspired by art, music and fashion to shake up South Africa hospitality sector The long-awaited Radisson RED Cape Town opens its doors today in the V&A Waterfront’s newly revamped Silo District. Carlson Rezidor…

CAPE TOWN’S HIGHEST RESIDENTIAL BUILDING HOME TO NEW RADISSON BLU

Marriott International Rapidly Expands its Footprint across Africa

Marriott International Opens Doors for Business, Tourism and Career Opportunities in Rwanda

Technology

NIGERIA FILES US$1 BILLION LAWSUIT AGAINST OIL GIANTS

LONDON, The Nigerian government filed a US$1.1 billion lawsuit against Royal Dutch Shell and Eni in a commercial court here on Thursday in relation to a 2011 oilfield deal. A statement released by the lawyers for the Nigerian government said,…

East African Nations resolve to boost economic integration

Minister says fake news and hate speech portend danger to 2019 polls

NOA, UNICEF train 5000 people on prevention of killer diseases

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