THE Red Chamber yesterday disclosed, that about N140 billion has been returned to the Federal Government through the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, by firms and banks found guilty in its investigations into custom tariff disparity in the Nigeria Customs Service. Customs CG, Hameed Ali It said that despite the payments, none of the approved collection banks or selected companies have fully cleared the established liabilities against them. Presenting the interim report on the investigation into the activities of the Nigerian Customs Service by Joint Senate Committee on Customs, Excise and Tariff and Marine Transport,
Thursday, 19 October 2017
Wednesday, 18 October 2017
The Neverending report of Kidnapped issues has again cropped up in the arid region of the delta. This time, its a case of missionaries that have been in that settlement for some time now, carrying out their activities before this unfortunate incident took place, four of which was whisked away as the police is said to have launched a man-hunt trailing them.
Tuesday, 17 October 2017
Land Grabber: Odunayo Raises Alarm Over Ploy By Rep of Ikibawo Family in Ota To Hijack land bought, Petitions Area Commander
A trader in Abesan whose name is Odunayo Ajayi has raised alarm over an attempt to swindle him through land grabbing as his land was allegedly hijacked after making payment with receipt to a representative of the ikibawo’s family whose name is Mr Sunday and one Akele; where-with petitioned the Area commander of Ota command, lamenting the way and manner with which the scenario was played alleging criminal conspiracy under false pretence .
The inhabitant of plateau and delta became pensive as no fewer than 29 people were allegedly killed by suspected Fulani herdsmen in Nkei-Dongwro near Miango in Bassa Local Government Area in Plateau yesterday.
Monday, 16 October 2017
Dabiri-Erewa Task South-African Govt Over Killing of Nigerians, As President Zuma, Says Nobody Should Kill Nigerians
The Special Assistant to President Buhari on Diaspora, Mrs. Dabiri-Erewa had Task south-African Government over the killing of Badmus, a Nigerian in its country
Afenifere, Southern-east Leaders has come Down hard on President Muhammadu Buhari over a directive to the World Bank to concentrate on the Northern region, saying such directive was discriminatory.
Sunday, 15 October 2017
President of South Africa Jacob Zuma Saturday said he was privilege to acquire education through the help of his cousin. ‘’after the death of my mother, even though, I lost my father early, that I couldn’t recognize him at that time, my dream of becoming a lawyer became shattered. I was able to learn more with the help of my cousin who agree to teach me with the understanding of paying her after everything’’
Saturday, 14 October 2017
Friday, 13 October 2017
Okoroukwu told the News Agency of Nigeria in an interview in Abuja on Thursday that though there were two suspected cases reported at Gwarimpa General Hospital in Abuja.
He explained that he was called by the Medical Director of the hospital that cases suspected to be monkey pox were reported and he led a team of health workers to investigate them.
According to him, the sample of the suspected cases of a man and a woman had been taken to a reference laboratory for a test and they were waiting for the result.