The Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRC) has appealed the judgement of a Federal High Court, which declared the council incompetent to review the acquisition of the defunct Intercontinental Bank by Access Bank.
In its Notice of Appeal
Several people were feared dead at GSM Market popularly known as Kasuwa Waya, attached to the stadium at Uguwan Gabas in Azare, headquarters of Katagum Local Government Area of Bauchi State yesterday following a bomb explosion that
Miffed by the continued decline in global oil prices, the Federal Government, yesterday, announced a multi-pronged strategic response to mitigate the adverse effects of the dwindling prices. It assured that the measures would protect growth,
Edo State Governor, Adams Oshiomhole, has warned President Goodluck Jonathan not to expect up to five per cent votes from the people of his state in the 2015 presidential election because he has nothing to show for the 95 per cent votes he got in
Unity Bank Sunday made public the names of 111 of its customers with bad loans.
The bank stated in a public notice signed by its management that it decided to publish the names because the debtors failed to come forward to honour their
The APC in in Ekiti State has accused Governor Ayo Fayose of awarding a contract of repainting the Ekiti State Governor's Office to his 'blood brother' at the cost of N200m.
The APC alleged that Gov. Fayose asked for marble to be put in
The Lagos State Government on Sunday said it had begun the prosecution of over 50 corporate organisations and individuals who allegedly defaulted in paying their taxes in accordance with the state’s tax laws.
The Chairman of Lagos State
Lagos politics is taking a new dimension most especially with respect to recent developments in the All Progressives Congress (APC). It seems it is now a battle between those who want progressive change within the party and the agents of compulsory
In an apparent reaction to the logistic challenges in the distribution of the phase three of the continuous voters’ registration (CVR), the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has announced a two-day extension of the exercise in