Today’s evening news (Thursday, March 14, 2019)


  • Supplementary election: CUPP accuses Kano of allocating N223m to councils
  • Time for us to be Nigerians, again
  • Lessons Ihedioha can learn from Okorochas demolition
  • INEC lacks power to withhold my certificate of return Okorocha
  • PDP asks INEC to declare Wike winner of Rivers poll
  • Senator wants court to stop INEC from giving certificate to Kalu
  • Yakubu, 2019 elections and electoral integrity
  • Take over operation of OML 11 from Shell, Buhari orders NNPC
  • NNPC confirms recruitment of fresh graduates, others
  • Nigeria, India to expand $12bn bilateral trade
  • FG completes concession process for N6.68bn hydropower plant
  • Deregulate power sector, Don urges FG
  • Buhari appoints executive directors for NSIA
  • NCC urges army to explore IT for efficiency
  • Exporters earned $1.16bn from non-oil business in three months
  • Jumia moves to sell shares in New York
  • FTN Cocoa Processors struggles to avoid collapse
  • Port of Tema expansion for completion in June
  • BoI decries N5.81bn unpaid Omateks loan, seven years after
  • Twelve ships arrive Lagos ports with petrol, others
  • NEF seeks to boost sustainable energy investment
  • Eni makes significant oil find offshore Angola
  • Naira gains marginally against dollar at parallel market


  • Amnesty beneficiaries, group congratulate Buhari
  • Resisting the assault on the spirit of Lagos
  • Lagos doctors urge Sanwo-Olu to resuscitate 37 non-functional health care centres
  • Power sector suffers more setbacks
  • A-Ibom Assembly passes N672.9bn appropriation bill into law
  • A stalemate in Abia North
  • Osanebi, Otuaro, Muturu hail Okowa, PDP on victory
  • Senate decries high debt profile, as senators begin debate on 2019 budget
  • NCC expects more support from Buhari govt ‘ Danbatta
  • Malabu scandal: Middleman who received $520m appears before Italian court
  • Rowdy session in Senate over elections
  • Amnesty office denies allegations of looting, vandalism
  • How Amosun bowed to Labour power
  • NBA-SBL set to hold 13th annual business law conference
  • I’m in Akwa Ibom to count ballots, not money ‘ IGINI
  • Inconclusive Polls: How to resolve Nigeria’s latest crisis
  • I am not violent, please give me my certificate, Okorocha begs INEC
  • Minimum Wage: Senate Committee concur with Reps, approves N30,000
  • Stay away from my Adoration, Fr Mbaka warns Politicians
  • Plastic firm harps on enabling environment for FDI
  • Buhari to open Enugu Intl trade fair next month
  • We need visibility to increase insurance acceptance in Nigeria ‘ Omo
  • African Alliance unveils new corporate identity


  • 18 die, 41 injured in Lagos Island building collapse
  • Police arrest Oyo Chief Whip over Olatoyes assassination
  • Fed Govt bans operations of Boeing 737 Max-8 aircraft
  • NCDMB rejects 1,494 expatriate quota
  • Gunmen kill DPO, expectant police officer, others
  • Buhari turns down oil spill detection agency Bill
  • Okorocha: INEC cant withhold my Certificate of Return
  • Buhari, Atiku sympathise with families, victims
  • 102 elected senators, 338 Reps get certificates today
  • PDP, Ijaw youths differ on Rivers governorship poll
  • Delta elections: PDP chieftain alleged Armys involvement in malpractices
  • Uk firm, Odua Investment to deliver Westlink Iconic Estate
  • Debt profile dominates budget 2019 debate in Senate
  • Prioritise mass housing development, Buhari told
  • National Park Service to establish marine park in Bayelsa
  • Ibadan DisCo upgrades services, urges customers cooperation
  • FMDA, FMDQ partner on derivatives workshop
  • Elumelu seeks PPP to drive Africas economic growth
  • FirstBank plans 125km relay for anniversary
  • Axxela achieves IMS certifications
  • Buhari appoints two EDs to NSIA Board


  • MTN Nigeria Investment in Network Expansion Hits N2.5trn
  • Elumelu Urges Leaders to Prioritise Africas Development
  • Nigeria, India to Expand Partnership
  • NSE All-Share Index Gains 0.15% as Stock Market Rebounds
  • Pressure Mounts on Buhari to Sign Digital Rights Bill
  • Huawei Showcases 5G, SoftCOM AI Solutions at MWC19
  • Rack Centre MD Makes Data Economy Power List
  • 9mobile Introduces Free WhatsApp Chat
  • Safaricom Partners M-Pesa on Online Shopping
  • Uber to Pay $20m to Settle Legal Battle with Drivers
  • Opeke: Every Nigerian Deserves Internet Connectivity
  • Report: Global Business Investments Decline by 27%
  • Facebook Cautions EU on Planned Regulation
  • Konga Joins Retail Accelerator Program
  • Okereke: Nigerian Soft Drink Market May Experience Growth in 2019
  • Z Cussons Celebrates Women
  • Jumia Woos SMEs
  • Storytelling as Effective Advertising
  • Ericsson Announces Leadership Change
  • Six Nigerians to Participate at Huawei ICT Global Competition
  • Real Estate Firm Unveils Brand Ambassador
  • Imo Elders Council Felicitates with Ihedioha
  • Amnesty Office Advises Ambitious Politicians to Stop Smear Campaigns


  • Gombe: Don’t get carried away by victory, chieftain tells APC candidates
  • Orji Kalu’s election as senator’ll bring development to South East
  • Inconclusive election: Dogara has introduced religious politics to Bauchi -Danmaliki
  • Senators trade words over elections
  • Senate presidency: APC senators zero in on Lawan
  • Okorocha accuses Imo REC of working for PDP
  • Polls: APC chieftain commends Buhari, Kalu over victories
  • Declare Wike governor-elect, Rivers PDP tells INEC
  • Okorocha opens up, accuses Imo REC of working for PDP
  • Monaco, Schalke join race for Onyekuru
  • Oshoala on target in Barca’s 4-1 win
  • Massive turnout for Trophy 5-a-side football tourney
  • CAF’s Ahmed denied entry visa to US
  • AFCON 2019 Qualifier: Duarte to officiate
  • Nigeria, Seychelles clash
  • Police investigate Oyo House of Assembly chief whip over Rep’s murder
  • I started business as bus conductor ‘Maduka, Peace Mass boss
  • Wells Carlton, Eko, Ibom Hotels, others win big at Nigeria Travel Awards
  • Minimum wage: Senator Adeola urges RMFC to review revenue allocation formula
  • Using corn silk as medicine
  • New LUTH cancer centre begins operations May 1
  • LCCI tasks BoI on loan disbursement to SMEs
  • Menopause: No cause for worries
  • Tension as lecturers pass no confidence vote in zonal chair



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