Folashade Ogunrinde

Ekiti Guber Election: We Are Ready, BVAS Will Perform Optimally, INEC assures voters

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has reassured residents of Ekiti State of its readiness and commitment to conduct a free and fair governorship...

Oil Rises on Tight Supply Though Interest Rate Hikes Weigh

Oil rose on Friday, supported by supply tightness and new sanctions on Iran, but prices were on track for a weekly         decline amid interest rate hikes from...

PSC Deploys Officers To Monitor Police Conduct during Ekiti Election

The Police Service Commission says it has deployed a team surveillance personnel to monitor conducts of police officers during the Saturday governorship election in...

WHO: COVID-19 deaths rise, reversing a 5-week decline

The World Health Organization, WHO has disclosed that the number of fatalities reported globally increased by 4% last week, after five weeks of declining coronavirus...

Russia/Ukraine War: EU Leaders promise to back Ukraine after visit to war-torn Kyiv

The leaders of major European Union powers France, Germany and Italy have vowed to help Ukraine defeat Russia and to rebuild its shattered cities, in a visit to a...

Oil prices fall after rate hikes, but tight supply still in focus

Oil prices erased early gains to fall to two-week lows on Thursday on the back of inflation concerns highlighted by interest rate hikes in the United States, Britain and...

Operation Dakatar Da Barawo: Nigerian navy records more giant strides in fight against crude oil theft

Efforts by the Nigerian Navy to apprehend oil thieves and stop the menace of oil theft has recorded significant stride. In a statement signed by the Director of...

NBS reports May inflation rate of 17.71%, highest in 11 months

Nigeria’s inflation rate for the month of May has risen to its highest level in 11 months, up from 16.82 percent in the previous month to 17.71%. This is according to...

South Africa to get $474m World Bank loan for COVID vaccines

The World Bank has approved a loan of 454.4 million euros to help South Africa fund COVID-19 vaccine purchases, South Africa has recorded the most coronavirus cases and...

Unvaccinated Canadians able to board planes, trains as feds pause COVID-19 mandate

Unvaccinated Canadians can now board a plane or passenger train in the country once again. Canadian authorities also announced that it is suspending its mandatory...