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How Paga is replicating the Kenyan success

Paga, one of Nigeria’s leading mobile money operators in Nigeria marked 10 years of its existence and announced that it had processed c.US$4.6m transactions since...

Switzerland to sue Nigeria over oil tanker seizure in 2018

Authorities in Bern are considering legal proceedings after failed diplomatic efforts to secure the release of a Swiss-flag-carrying oil tanker, blocked in the bay...

Access Bank Plc unveils new brand identity, becoming the largest retail...

Access Bank Plc has unveiled a new logo and tagline in a move that officially made it Nigeria's largest retail bank and one of...

Time to secure Leah Sharibu’s freedom from captivity

It is more than a year since Leah Sharibu was abducted by Boko Haram’s faction of the Islamic State of West Africa Province. The...

Why #ThisIsMyHustle Is Trending In Nigeria

A hashtag called #ThisIsMyHustle started trending in Nigeria in mid-March after Sadiq Abubakar, 30, a small business owner from Abuja, organized a Twitter chat...

#LagosBuildingCollapse: Nigerians react

Widespread reactions have trailed Wednesday’s collapse of a three-storey building housing pupils of Ohen Nursery and Primary School and tenants at Massey Street, Lagos...

Prince Charles To Address Herdsmen Attacks During His Nigeria Visit

The British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Mr Paul Arkwright, announced in Abuja on Sunday that Prince Charles would engage in peace-building activities, including addressing...

It is Child abuse NOT discipline

A lot of the acts most Nigerian parents of the past few generations referred to as discipline actually do amount to abuse and infliction...

Nigeria is Africa’s troubled giant, says Campbell

A former US Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr John Campbell, has said though Nigeria possesses extraordinary potential, it is the truly troubled giant of Africa. Campbell...

The rise in divorce rates is a positive thing

The rise in the rate of divorce in Nigeria is a VERY POSITIVE thing. We should be celebrating the end of toxic marriages. You...