A Federal High Court, Lagos, has granted leave to a Nigerian company, Nadabo Energy Limited, to serve court processes on a British company, Trafigura Beheer B.V, out of jurisdiction, and five Nigerian companies alleged to have laundered N24 billion. In a bid to recover N24billion
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General Electric (GE) (www.GE.com), Nigeria, today released a whitepaper titled “The Future of Work in Nigeria. Bridging the Skills Gap: The Key to Unlocking Nigeria’s Inherent Potential” as part of the company’s global ‘The Future of Work’ series to highlight the need for investment in
DESOPADEC Operates Social Security, Surveillance Fund With Five Oil Bearing Nationalities in Delta – Okowa’s Aide
The Special Assistant to Delta state Governor on DESOPADEC Matters, Mr. Prosper Edo has insisted that Delta State Oil Producing Development Commission (DESOPADEC), only operates the social, security and surveillance fund which has a process that is run throughout the entire five ethnic nationalities in
The trial of two men, Chester Onyemaechi Ukandu and Achi George, who were arraigned before a Federal High Court, Lagos, for allegedly claimed to be directors of Mainstream Bank’s Registrars, wa stalled today, due to the absence of the witness. The two men were arraigned
Lagos businessman Urges Court to Stay Execution of Bench W businessman, Dr Ambrose Bryant Chukwueloka Orjiako, whose arrest was ordered by a Federal High Court, Lagos, over an alleged disobedience of the court’s order, has filed an application before the court staying the execution of the