All Nigerian American Congress (ANAC) was invited to join the Nigerian delegation on behalf of Nigerian diaspora at the United Nations on going summit in New York.
Chief Temitope Ajayi the ANAC President House of Delegates represented All Nigerian American Congress in the event. Speaking at the ANAC leadership session yesterday, Chief (Ms) Ajayi the energetic personality, revealed her report to the Upper House delegates, Trustees and Executive Stakeholders meeting. ANAC has really been there for the Nigerian International Community and we must continue in light of the recognition that we are the true champions of the Nigerian International community. More >>
Abubakar loses bid for stay in U.S. suit by Enahoro, others
THE six-year-old bid by some Nigerians to make former military ruler, Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar, answer charges of human rights abuses in the United States (U.S.), has reached a decisive point.
The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, Chicago, yesterday ordered that the trial must continue. More >>
Nokia, Motorola to Establish Plants in Nigeria
By Efem Nkanga, Chinedu Eze and Onwuka Nzeshi in Abuja
• MTN slashes airtime rates
In furtherance of Federal Government’s efforts to encourage technology transfer through increased local content in the telecommunications sector, leading mobile phone manufacturers, Nokia and Motorola, will soon establish plants for the manufacturing and assembling of mobile phone handsets and other accessories in Nigeria.
Preceding that, however, is MTN, Nigeria’s leading, GSM operator’s yesterday major airtime rate cut for its subscribers. More >>
Nigeria tops migrant remittances in sub-Saharan Africa
By Femi Makinde
Published: Wednesday, 20 Sep 2006
The United Nations has ranked Nigeria as the country with the largest remittances of migrants in the sub-Saharan Africa.
Sudan was ranked second while South Africa was rated third. More >>
Transcorp a cloak for financial crimes by Nigerian government leaders
Standing before the Senate Committee on the Capital Market, last week, Madam Ndidi Okereke-Onyiuke, the director-general of the Nigerian Stock Exchange who is now more popularly known as the chairman of Transcorp, finally told us what we had always known: President Olusegun Obasanjo, indeed, owns a chunk of Transcorp. But even in answering the Senate committee's questions, this lady still spoke as if Nigerians are dunces and so gullible.
There are two points she made which clearly show that those who rule over Nigeria today still believe that there are different sets of rules for different citizens. She stated she did not believe that Obasanjo committed any crime, because he announced his intentions to acquire the stocks beforehand and, secondly, that he had sold off the shares and therefore divested his interests in the company. More >>
The presidency, the senate, and N2 trillion oil funds
The evidence is mounting for the Nigerian International community to see that the answer to Nigeria's problem may actually be a true change of guard. There is enough blame and mismanagement to go around. There is got to be a better way forward. Please continue to read here.
CORRUPT POLITICIANS WOULD NOT SUCCEED ME, SAYS OBJ
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