Monday, 8 September 2014

ATM: Bank customers cautious over N65 charge

 As the N65 charge on the use of other banks’ Automated Teller Machines, ATMs commenced last week, as announced by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, customers have been cautious on its usage as most customers used their banks’ATMs.

China’s low price offering threatens cassava business

The low price tag put on Nigerian cassava chips by China is frustrating Nigerian exporters of the commodity. This development is impeding the successful

Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Impeached Enugu Deputy gov,Sunday Onyebuchi redeployed to civil service

ENUGU—Enugu State government has re-deployed impeached deputy governor, Sunday Onyebuchi, to the state civil service.
This came as Governor Sullivan Chime yesterday swore in his new deputy, Reverend Raphael Ifeanyi Nwoye.

I killed my father over a stick of cigarette – Suspect

BENIN CITY — The Edo State Police Command, yesterday, paraded 63 suspected armed robbers, child defilers and murderers, including a 25-year-old boy who murdered his father after a quarrel over a stick of cigarette he stole from his father.

Saturday, 30 August 2014

REPORT: Is APGA going into extinction?

 (VANGUARD) THESE are really not good times for the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA.
Though the leadership tussle between its National Chairman, Chief Victor Umeh and Chief Maxi Okwu, is still at the Supreme Court, members heaved a sigh of relief when the Court of Appeal resolved the tango in favour of Umeh.