‘Influential’ Polaris long-time serving vice-president of investor relations, Richard Edwards, retires
The National Industrial Court sitting in Lagos has ordered the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) to pay over N5.7bn terminal benefits to over 1,000 bank workers affected by
A look at the 2021 Geography and Cryptocurrency Report by Chainalysis, will reveal Africa’s share of the global cryptocurrency value is at a mere 3%. Despite this considerably low number, Africa holds the largest share
How my ex-husband, Babatunde Gbadamosi, conspired to frame me for threat to life, Sade Balogun reveals (Audio, WhatsApp Evidence)
My name is Sade Balogun, Chairman/CEO of Redbrick Homes International Ltd. Usually I would not react to media reports but when it comes to blatant lies concocted by people whose only aim is to malign
Hon. Oluwaseyi Olowu, a candidate for the House of Representatives on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has emerged winner of the party’s primary election for Shomolu Federal Constituency, Lagos State. The returning
Beyond trading, cryptocurrency and blockchain technology offers several vistas of opportunities Nigerians can take advantage of to better their lives. This submission was made by the cryptocurrency and alternative finance expert, Rume Ophi when he
Arts and entertainment professionals are set to celebrate one of Nigeria’s foremost classical pianists and composer, Ayo Bankole Jr. as he clocks the milestone age of 60. To celebrate the iconic musicologist, pianist and composer,
Parents are fuming over a ‘disgusting’ picture book aimed at children as young as four that discusses spraying semen into a woman’s ‘moist’ vagina. Shocked mothers and fathers have slammed author Dagmar Geisler, 64, after
FIFA announced on Thursday the list of 36 referees, 69 assistant referees and 24 video match officials that have been chosen for the tournament, which is to be held in Qatar in November and December.
Three businesswomen have told the Surulere Magistrate Court in Lagos that their domiciliary and Naira accounts were unlawfully frozen by their bank, adding that it also allegedly made illegal deductions of $30,769 from the accounts.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has revealed the part Abubakar Ali Peters, the CEO of Nadabo Energy Limited, played in an alleged N1.4 billion fraud. According to a series of tweets by the
Surajudeen Toheer, a student of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, Osun State, has narrated how N11,000 disappeared from his account after an unsuccessful transaction with Jumia, a Nigerian online market. Toheer explained that on March 8, he