Opinion

C’River: House confirms privatisation council nominees

The Cross River State House of Assembly yesterday confirmed the names of four nominees forwarded to it by Governor Ben Ayade for appointment as members of the State Privatisation Council. The confirmation of the nominees followed the consideration of the report of the House Committee on Judiciary, Public Service Matters, Public Petitions and Conflict Resolution. […]

Opinion

C’River: We’re amending tax exemption law – Speaker

The Speaker of the Cross River State House of Assembly, Hon. Eteng Williams yesterday said that the Assembly is in the process of amending the state’s tax exemption law. The Speaker disclosed this in Calabar, the state capital, during the visit of the Cross River Anti-Tax Agency to the Assembly, saying the state’s tax exemption […]

Opinion

COVID-19: Shell donates medical equipment to Delta

Efforts by Delta State Government to increase testing for COVID-19 cases yesterday received a boost with a machine donated by Shell Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC), which is capable of conducting 1,000 tests daily. Other facilities and equipment donated to the state by the company include an ambulance, suction machine and other critical items […]

Business

COVID-19: CBN moves to tackle OPS’s borrowing challenges

Piqued by criticisms from members of the organised private sector (OPS) over the attitude of Nigerian banks in terms of lending, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has requested private sector operators to make submission on challenges facing their businesses. New Telegraph learnt in a memo sent to the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry […]

Opinion

FRSC sector commander tasks road users on trafficking rules

Bayelsa State Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Robert Ogom, yesterday advised motorists and other road users in the state to adhere to driving rules and be traffic compliant, especially at this period of COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. The Sector Commander, who took over from Ikechukwu Igwe, who retired recently, made the call […]

Opinion

Edo 2020: Court adjourns suit challenging NWC’s waiver to Ize-Iyamu

AHigh Court sitting in Benin, Edo State capital, yesterday adjourned hearing till tomorrow in a suit seeking to restrain the All Progressives Congress (APC) from recognising Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu as a governorship aspirant of the party in the June 22 primaries in the state. Justice Emmanuel Ahamioje at the resumed sitting gave the defendants 24 […]

Opinion

TEKAN plants trees to fight drought, desertification

A conglomeration of churches in northern Nigeria under TEKAN Peace Desk has planted economic trees in Plateau State to battle the menace of drought and desert encroachment in the northern part of the country. Head of TEKAN Peace Desk, Hellen Philemon Haggai, disclosed this yesterday while planting trees at the Jos Museum Complex to mark […]

Opinion

COVID-19: Fumigation not precondition for reopening worship centres –Kwara govt

The Kwara State government yesterday said fumigation of mosques or churches and mandatory use of thermometers were not preconditions for reopening of worship centres in the state. The government also said that people of all ages would attend worship centres once they abide by the safety protocols of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). […]

Metro & Crime

LAWMA: I never defrauded Lagos govt –Williams

One of the contractors of the Lagos State Waste Management Authority (LAWMA), Mrs. Wuraola Williams, has denied the allegations of fraud levelled against her. Williams, popularly called Iron Lady, disclosed this yesterday while addressing journalists in her office on Lagos-Island. She said the management of LAWMA was only calling a dog a bad name in […]

Opinion

Kano disagrees with FG’s 50-60% COVID-19 death

Kano State Verbal Autopsy Reports on mysterious death in the state has shown that only 15.9 per cent death of coronavirus related cases was recorded contrary to the Federal Government’s 50 to 60 per cent reported earlier. Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire had said that more than half of the mysterious death in Kano […]

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