UK-Nigeria partner on FINTECH
The United Kingdom (UK) has indicated interest in partnering the Financial Technology Association of Nigeria to help the industry thrive better in international innovations.
Herdsmen rampage: Protest in London
Nigerians in the United Kingdom are protesting against killings by herdsmen in some parts of the country. The protestors kicked off their march in front of the Nigerian High Commission as early as 10:30am today.
UK unites for Armistice Day remembrance
People across the United Kingdom remember the 99th anniversary of the end of World War One.
Uber under threat in UK and Nigeria
Uber's operation is under threat in the United Kingdom and Nigeria. In the UK, the transport authorities stopped Uber's operation in London at the end of last September.
Trump says U.S. hopes for quick trade deal with UK
U.S. President Donald Trump met British Prime Minister Theresa May on Saturday (July 8) and said he hoped the United States can quickly seal a bilateral trade deal with the United Kingdom.
Mosque attack was 'sickening attempt' to divide the UK - British PM
British Prime Minister Theresa May said the attack on a London mosque was an attempt to 'break the bonds that define our United Kingdom'.
UK Parliament Attack: Fear grips Nigerian Senators, raise alarm over porous security in NASS
The Senate yesterday raised the alarm over the porous security in National Assembly, following the terror attack on the United Kingdom Parliament.
No economic case to break up UK, says May
British Prime Minister Theresa May has criticised the Scottish National Party's 'obsession' for a second independence referendum vote, in a speech to conservatives in Glasgow where she argued there is no economic case to break up the United Kingdom.