[Leadership] Lagos -European refiners are in high demand of Nigeria’s newest export crude, the medium sweet Egina, which is proving popular with European refiners due to its high distillate yields, with output from the Total-operated field close to its full capacity of 208,000 barrels of oil a day b/d.
[Vanguard] Calabar -United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF new data on percentage of Nigerians practicing open defecation across the geopolitical zones, has revealed that the North Central region topped the chart with about 59.9 per cent.
[Daily Trust] Lagos -Hundreds of British Airways (BA) passengers in and out of Nigeria would have their flights operated on Thursday (tomorrow) over an IT failure, it was learnt.
[This Day] Publisher of OrderPaper Nigeria, Mr. Oke Epia, has raised the alarm over threats to his life and those of his colleagues allegedly issued serially by a former member of the House of Representatives, Tony Nwulu.
[This Day] The Executive Secretary of National Commission for Nomadic Education, Prof.
[Vanguard] President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday in Monrovia, Liberia said that Nigeria will this year, provide 50 volunteers in the field of education and health to support Liberia addressed its challenges.
[Monitor] The 32nd edition of the Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) is now history. It was the seventh Afcon tournament I have covered, the second in Egypt after the 2006 edition
[Premium Times] Google on Sunday celebrated Nigerian novelist, Buchi Emecheta, with its Doodle on what would have been her 75th birthday.
[Vanguard] Some notable economists in the country have given reasons why the recent consumer price inflation fall has failed to have positive impact on the living standards of Nigerians.
[Premium Times] Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has written yet another letter to President Muhammadu Buhari, warning that Nigeria is tipping towards a dangerous cliff and only the president could forestall such a looming disaster.