20 Oct 2017
Nigeria's Federal Government is targeting 150 billion dollars extra earnings from non-oil exports as part of the country’s Zero Oil Plan in 10 years.
19 Oct 2017
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.
22 Sep 2017
The Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed, on Wednesday, explained why the Federal Government declared the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) a terrorist group.
22 Sep 2017
The Federal Government is tracking four major diseases outbreaks in Nigeria, Health Minister, Isaac Adewole, has disclosed.
7 Sep 2017
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.
10 Aug 2017
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.
8 Aug 2017
Nigeria has lost close to $60 billion to the non-enforcement of the terms of the Production Sharing Contracts signed between the Federal Government and the International oil companies since 1993.
22 Jul 2017
Paris club funds - states receive funds from federal government.
14 Jul 2017
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.
11 Jul 2017
Convener of the Pan Niger Delta Forum, PANDEF, and South-South leader, Chief Edwin Clark, has urged the Federal Government to set up a Presidential Commission for the people of Bakassi in other to make life easier for them.
14 Jun 2017
The Federal Government yesterday warned of dire consequences for anyone who makes hate speeches capable of disrupting the peace of the country.
7 Jun 2017
The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, on Tuesday, slated July 4 to determine whether or not Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume should be compelled to enter his defence to a four-count terrorism charge the Federal Government preferred against him.