FOSSCCIMA, FG and States to partner in order to attract investments

The Coalition of South-South Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (FOSSCCIMA), weekend said it would create strategic partnerships with both the Federal and state governments to boost and attract fresh investments in the south-south region of the country. President of FOSSCCIMA, Mr. Billy Harry, in a statement in Abuja, said the chamber will strive… Read More FOSSCCIMA, FG and States to partner in order to attract investments

Alleged pipeline vandal arrested in Bayelsa

Men of the Anti-Pipeline Vandalism Unit of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC, have arrested one Seigbagha Perekeye over his alleged involvement in the vandalism of a pipeline belonging to Nigerian Agip Oil Company, NAOC, at Olugboboro community in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of Bayelsa State. Meanwhile, leaders of Olugbo Kingdom in… Read More Alleged pipeline vandal arrested in Bayelsa

New Music: AP Valentino (@ChixonNexus)- “Street Em” (AUDIO + VIDEO)

Uche Ndubuisi popularly known as AP Valentino is from Asuochi in Abia state, Nigeria. He started his career early 2016 in Abuja, sign under rapcityfinez entertainment. He won various award in Abuja including the xclusive talent hunt. His first video ” street em” was shot in Anambra state by nexus crew, directed by Chixom. Listen,… Read More New Music: AP Valentino (@ChixonNexus)- “Street Em” (AUDIO + VIDEO)

Plane crash claims lives of former Canadian parliamentarian, six others

Seven people have died after a small private plane crashed on an island off the coast of eastern Quebec on Tuesday. Former Canadian Parliamentarian Jean Lapierre and several members of his family were among the seven killed in the plane crash, according to a law enforcement official. The political commentator, his two brothers and a… Read More Plane crash claims lives of former Canadian parliamentarian, six others

Three dead, dozens injured as suicide bomb attack rocks central Baghdad

A suicide bomber blew himself up on Tuesday morning in central Baghdad, killing three people and injuring 27, a police spokesman said. The blast happened near a gathering of workers in Tayaran Square, about a kilometer (mile) from a sit-in held by supporters of influential Shi’ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr to demand political reforms. No organization… Read More Three dead, dozens injured as suicide bomb attack rocks central Baghdad

Foreign airlines to retrench about 2,000 Nigerian workers due to CBN forex policy

The National Union of Air Transport Employees (NUATE) has revealed that foreign airlines plan to sack about 2,000 Nigerian workers  due to what they claimed is their inability to transfer their earnings to their respective home countries to meet operational costs in accordance with international rules because of new Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) policy… Read More Foreign airlines to retrench about 2,000 Nigerian workers due to CBN forex policy