BRT drivers protest salary delay

Commuters in Lagos on Tuesday groaned as drivers of the Lagos State’s Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) downed tools over the alleged delay of their salary. The scheme, being operated by Primero Transport Services Ltd., provides bus services along dedicated lanes or corridor in the Lagos metropolis. The company, which began …

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TinCan Island Customs generate N130.76bn in 7 months

The Nigeria Customs Service, Tin-Can Island command says it generated a revenue of N130.76 billion in the last seven months. According to a statement released by the command yesterday August 8th, the Customs Area Controller, Comptroller, Yusuf Bashar, made the disclosure during an interactive session with some stakeholders in his …

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Stanbic IBTC PMI Shows Private Sector Downturn Eased In July

Stanbic IBTC Bank Nigeria Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) has shown that the downturn in Nigeria’s private sector showed signs of easing in July, as both output and new business fell at slower rates, having dropped to the greatest extent in the June. The survey revealed that growth of employment and …

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VIDEO: Yung L – Pass The Aux

New music video by GRIP MUZIK act, YUNG L performing his record “PASS THE AUX” which was produced by Chopstix. Enjoy as directed by Theophilus King. DOWNLOAD VIDEO

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Aisha Buhari’s Trip to the U.S is Fake – Ekiti PDP

Ekiti state Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that the trip of the wife of the President, Aisha Buhari to the United States of America is fake. The state chapter of the party made this known in a statement by its Publicity Secretary, Jackson Adebayo. Read the full statement below: …

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See The 17-Year-Old Nigerian Granted Admission In 13 Universities

Serena Omo-Lamai has been granted admission to study in 13 universities in America and Canada, she has opted for Syracuse University, United States. Omo-Lamai, who graduated from Dowen College, Lekki, Lagos, last year, would be going to the states to study Bio-Medical Engineering. The Punch reports that some of the …

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