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March, 2021

  • 2 March

    Locally assembled electric car introduced to Reps, cost N24m per unit

  • 2 March

    Lagos court fines 172 arrested at Cubana nightclub N6.8m

    Lagos government has said People must know that clubbing has been banned. And they must obtain approval from the Lagos State Safety Commission for all other social engagements To enforce that a mobile court sitting at the Lagos State Task Force on Environmental and Special Offences Enforcement Unit in Oshodi has convicted 172 persons arrested by the state police command ...

  • 2 March

    Nigeria receives first batch of COVID-19 vaccines

    Nigeria has received its first batch of COVID-19 vaccines. The NAFDAC-approved Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines arrived in the country around noon on Tuesday, at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, via an Emirates airline. Chairman of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19, Boss Mustapha, had said on Saturday that Nigeria will receive its first tranche of about 4 million doses of ...

  • 2 March

    BREAKING: Fire guts Nigerian Army headquarters

    The Nigerian Army has reported a fire outbreak at its Headquarters complex in Abuja. It attributed the cause of the inferno to faulty electrical installations. According to a statement by the Director Army Public Relations Brigadier General Mohammed Yerima: “Electrical fault sparked a minor fire incident at the Army Headquarters Complex, Abuja, Tuesday morning. “The incident which happened at about ...

  • 2 March

    (Opinion): Is reggae music dying or dead?

    Reggae is one special kind of music that changed the world. It’s Apostles come in different forms, acts and styles…. Some are highly “spiritual”. Some are very philosophical. Some are very mystical. Some are realists. Some are social crusaders. Some are humanists. Some are activists….Some are nationalists. Some are freedom fighters. Some are preachers. Some are teachers. We can go ...

  • 2 March

    North blockade of food supply to South enters day 5

    Northern food suppliers, in Nigeria to the Southern part are using marketing of their products as tool of protest, and they mean business. The blockade, enters the fifth day on Tuesday (today) Recall that the cattle and foodstuff dealers under the aegis of the Amalgamated Union of Foodstuffs and Cattle Dealers of Nigeria on Thursday, last week, stopped supplies to ...

  • 2 March

    South waves aside Foodstuff blockade by North, sees opportunity

    The development has been described as an eyed opener, to utilise opportunities the South had in agriculture. Some southern state governments and farmers dismissed the blockade by northern food suppliers, saying it is an opportunity for the South to boost its food production capacity. Ondo state government, amongst others, we learnt is not perturbed by the development as he said ...

  • 2 March

    Sanwo Olu tells Lagosian, don’t panic over food supply blockade

    The Lagos State Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Gbenga Omotosho, on Monday said the state was not feeling any effect of food shortage. He noted that the government had also not been officially informed of any decision to withdraw supplies to the state. According to him, trailers of foodstuffs have been coming from other parts of the country into the ...

  • 2 March

    Sacked ALGON members threaten to boycott Oyo LG polls

    The sacked local government chairmen in Oyo State under the aegis of the Association of Local Governments of Nigeria, on Monday, berated the state government over its decision to conduct the council poll ahead of the May 7 Supreme Court judgment. Describing the decision to proceed with the election despite the pending court judgement as unwitting, the ALGON members alleged ...

  • 2 March

    70% of Nigerians will be vaccinated by 2022 — PTF

    The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 has assured less than 70% of Nigerians would be vaccinated against the pandemic by 2022. Chairman of the PTF and Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Boss Mustapha, revealed this on Monday, during a media briefing in Abuja. He said: “Vaccines alone cannot solve the virus problem in the country. ...