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Nigeria / Nigeria update - 1 hour from now

Dangote Cement woos investors with N100bn issue

Alhaji Aliko Dangote By Peter Egwuatu LAGOS — Dangote Cement Plc  is looking for to boost as much as N100 billion in recent funds from the bond market, underneath its N300 billion Debt Issuance Programme. Based on the investor presentation doc ready...

Nigeria / Nigeria update - 1 hour from now

EPL Captains come together to fight pay cuts

Captains of all 20 Premier League golf equipment have arrange a WhatsApp group to return collectively to battle towards plans to pressure top-flight stars into vital wage cuts, in response to stories. Gamers are stated to be furious over the proposa...

Nigeria / Nigeria update - 1 hour from now

Lebanese nationals flown out of Nigeria

No fewer than 140 Lebanese nationals have been flown overseas by way of the Murtala Muhammed Worldwide Airport because the coronavirus  pandemic spreads. They have been flown out of the Lagos airport by Center East Airways (MEA) after undergoing...

Nigeria / Nigeria update - 48 minutes from now

COVID-19: Seyi Makinde recovers, tests negative

Governor of Oyo state, Seyi Makinde has confirmed the results of his second check for coronavirus (COVID-19). Makinde who examined constructive to COVID-19 confirmed on Sunday night time that his second check came out unfavourable. The Governor provi...

Nigeria / Nigeria update - 41 minutes from now

Tiger Tests Positive For Coronavirus

A four-year-old feminine Malayan tiger named Nadia is believed to be the first recognized case of an animal infected by a human with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The tiger which is at Bronx Zoo, New York examined constructive for coronavirus wit...

Nigeria / Nigeria update - 36 minutes from now

COVID-19: Rivers index case tests negative

The index case of coronavirus [COVID-19) in Rivers state has tested negative. Governor of Rivers State, Nyesom Wike confirmed that the 19-year-old model from Edo state, who recently returned to Port Harcourt, tested negative. The Governor added that...