As the Christmas and New Year celebration fast approaches, Nigerian consumers and traders anticipate a general rise in the prices of selected food items. Rice,…View More Christmas: Prices of major food items remain high since border closure
…To build new consulate office By Monsuru Olowoopejo LAGOS—THE United States Government, yesterday, promised to strengthen the bilateral relations with Lagos State Government on security…View More We’ll support Lagos to tackle insecurity — US govt
Chinese exports rose unexpectedly in July, beating expectations for a fall, as trade tensions with the US continued to simmer. Official figures showed exports rose…View More China exports rise despite simmering US trade row
THE primary reason for public rejection of lower Naira denominations, was identified, in this column, in the last fortnight, as their negligible purchasing values rather…View More Naira: Redesign, redenomination or revaluation?
President, Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Ayuba Wabba (M), addressing members of the NLC, during the 2019 May Day celebration at the Eagles Square in…View More Workers’ Day: Labour wants pay disparity abridged
Computers used to illustrate the story Two technology companies, from Nigeria and UK, have signed a £56 million agreement to provide card technology, which would…View More Nigerian, UK tech companies sign £56 million contract
Nuhu Ribadu The pioneer chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Nuhu Ribadu, has said Nigerian governors are often subject of corruption probes…View More The former EFCC chairman says governors are under searchlight because of global attention on corruption by politically exposed persons.
Refuse dump along Gadamaza, Abuja The Nigerian capital and its satellite towns and villages are coming under a plague of garbage. A PREMIUM TIMES investigation…View More Refuse dumps take over major parts of Abuja
Adamawa State Gov. Bindow By Martins Abochol Gov. Mohammed Bindow of Adamawa on Wednesday announced that the state government would implement N30, 000 minimum wage…View More Gov. Bindow endorses N30,000 minimum wage for workers
Nigerian Workers on May Day An economist, Prof. Ben Aigbokhan has advised the three tiers of government to improve provision of social goods such as…View More Workers’ Day: Economist advises government on welfare