NIMASA assures on safety, security in Maritime

The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has reiterated its commitment to ensuring safety and security on Nigerian waters.

 This in line with its mandate to ensure safety and security in the Nigerian territorial waters.

Oil prices slip ahead of U.S. stock data after surprise API build


Oil prices edged lower on Wednesday ahead of data that will shed light on U.S. crude inventories after an industry report indicated a surprise build in fuel stocks, underscoring the persistence of global oversupply.

Thumbs up for FG, IFAD, Niger govt agric initiative

By Ummi Ismaeel,



We will not rest until we flush out tobacco firms from Nigeria – Oluwafemi


Akinbode Oluwafemi, Director at the Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth Nigeria speaks on the hazards and politics of tobacco companies in Nigeria among other critical issues.

 in Lagos\\




No end on sight for rally on crude oil prices


There was no end to the sustained rally in crude oil prices early Wednesday as OPEC chatter adds to the support emerging from geopolitical tensions.

Ikeja homes, businesses in darkness over faulty transformer

A power transformer blowout has thrown residents of Bamishile Estate and its environs off Allen Avenue, Ikeja into darkness for nearly a month, affecting homes and businesses, including hotels, pharmacies, shops, restaurants, and

Why Obi remains the best governor since Anambra was created - Cleric


The Manager of St. Kizito Secondary School, Umudioka, Rev. Fr. Nonso Okoye, has described the former Governor of Anambra State, Mr. Peter Obi, as the best governor since Anambra State was created.

CBN assures of adequate forex for PTA, BTA, others

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has assured of adequate forex for BTA, PTA, medical and school fees.

How Customs seized N2.6m drugs

. CG says war against smuggling is total

By Uzor Odigbo


Nigeria Customs Service on Tuesday said that it intercepted trucks load of smuggled drugs worth N242,688,000.


Owners to lose ships to NIMASA

Owners of abandoned ships that impede navigation on Nigerian waterways may lose them as Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) is set to declare the ships as wrecks.