Since coming to office in 2015, the Buhari administration has introduced policies that have resulted in Nigerians paying more for some services.
Source: ANALYSIS: New taxes, charges Buhari govt has imposed on Nigerians…
The Lagos Police command has arrested seven men around the Ijegun area of the city, whom it alleged specialise in robbing people in military uniforms.
Source: Dismissed soldiers arrested for alleged armed robbery in Lagos
The Association of Nigeria Licensed Customs Agents (ANCLA) on Monday said over 500 trucks loaded with perishable goods were stranded at Seme
Source: Border Closure: 500 truckloads of perishable goods stranded at Seme
Over 7,000 teachers in public primary and junior secondary schools in Kogi State have appealed to Governor Yahaya Bello to look into the issue of non-payment of their salary for the past eight to 39 months.
Source: Pay our 39 months salary arrears, Kogi teachers tell Gov. Bello
The Lagos Police have arrested a couple for allegedly stealing N38 million at a health insurance company.
Source: Couple arrested for stealing N38 million health insurance remittances
Leilana Fartha, UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights to Adequate Housing, on Monday urged the federal government to impose vacant home taxes with a view to addressing housing challenges in the country.
Source: UN official to Nigeria: Impose vacant home tax, tackle extreme housing shortage
Cristiano Ronaldo, conspicuously-absent from the FIFA Best Awards at the La Scala Opera house in Milan, on Tuesday took to Instagram to express his feelings in philosophical terms.
Source: Ronaldo goes philosophical after losing FIFA award to Messi
The cracks in the Axis powers became clear when the Armistice of Cassibile was announced on September 8, 1943, after the Italian government broke with the Nazis and joined the Western Allies. The National Socialists under the codename Unternehmen Alarich tried to take over the Italian zones of occupation in southern France and the Balkans …
Source: How to write your own encyclical – Crisis Magazine
Although CBN banned forex for the importation of milk in Nigeria, the apex bank might still be funding the imports indirectly.
Source: Analysis: Despite forex restriction on milk importation, Nigeria’s apex bank still fund dairy imports | The ICIR