ABUJA Lawyers for a Nigerian security agency that said its case files were stolen by armed robbers won an adjournment on Wednesday of a lawsuit filed against it by associates of a Yoruba separatist leader.
ABUJA, Aug 25 A Nigerian tax tribunal ordered
the local unit of South Africa's pay-TV company MultiChoice to
pay 50% of a disputed 1.8 trillion naira ($4.38 billion) tax
bill relating to previous years, the Federal Inland Revenue
Service (FIRS) said on Wednesday.
ABUJA (Reuters) -Resident doctors in Nigerian public hospitals began an indefinite strike on Monday over grievances that include the delayed payment of salaries and allowances, the doctors' union said, as coronavirus infections rise. | Video
ABUJA, Aug 2 Resident doctors in Nigerian public
hospitals began an indefinite strike on Monday over grievances
that include the delayed payment of salaries and allowances, the
doctors' union said, as the country faces rising COVID-19
ABUJA A Nigerian judge adjourned the treason trial of separatist leader Nnamdi Kanu until October after the authorities failed to bring him to court on Monday, citing logistical problems.
ABUJA, July 17 Nigeria has designated three
companies, including Dangote Sugar Refinery, as the
country's sole importers of sugar, the central bank said, adding
it would still need to approve such purchases.
ABUJA/LAGOS, July 16 Nigeria's parliament on
Friday cleared a historic petroleum overhaul that seeks to
attract waning investment to its ageing oil sector and sent the
measure to the president for signature.
ABUJA (Reuters) -Nigeria's lower chamber on Thursday postponed a vote on a reconciled version of a bill aimed at attracting billions to its ageing oil sector following disagreements over the amount of money it would channel to communities where oil is produced.
ABUJA, July 15 Nigeria's Senate on Thursday
approved external borrowing plans of more than $8.325 billion
from international lenders including the World Bank for
ABUJA (Reuters) -Nigeria's revenue service said on Thursday it had told banks to freeze the accounts of units of pay-TV group MultiChoice to recover $4.4 billion, in the latest tax dispute between a South African-based company and Nigerian authorities.