Here's what you probably did not know about Libya slave trade
After a global outcry of the slave trade in Libya, the Federal Government and the organization for migration, funded by the European Union has begun the evacuation of Nigerian migrants from the North African country to Nigeria.
Nigerian govt. approves fresh N28bn budget support for 35 states
The Federal Government has approved a fresh budget support loan facility for 35 states across the country.
NSE to host 2nd edition of Legal & Risks Derivatives session
The Nigerian Stock Exchange is set to host the second edition of the Legal and Risks Aspects of Derivatives and Central Counterparty Clearing House Transactions training session.
Why Nigerian government declared IPOB a terror group – Lai Mohammed
The Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, on Wednesday, explained why the Federal Government declared the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) a terrorist group.
ASUU: Minute-by-Minute: Two NANS factions in bloody clash over lecturers strike
Two factions of the National Association of Nigerian Students have engaged each other in a street fight as they try to show support for either the Federal Government or the teachers in the ongoing strike.
Understanding Nigeria's pioneer status incentive
In a bid to encourage investments in certain sectors of Nigeria's economy, the federal government approved a new list of 27 industries and products that would enjoy pioneer status tax exemption last week.
Paris club funds - states receive funds from federal government
Paris club funds - states receive funds from federal government.
Nigeria to offset inherited debts
Nigeria's finance minister says the federal executive council has approved a process for the validation and payment of liabilities inherited by the federal government since 1994.