• Would You Believe, Nigerian Prostitutes Now Issue Receipts for Payment? (Photo)

    Would You Believe, Nigerian Prostitutes Now Issue Receipts for Payment? (Photo)

    In what will come across as a really stunning development, it has been found out that s*x workers now use receipts for their ‘business’.

    The photo shows what is clearly a receipt for payment to have s*x with a s*x worker.

    The receipt shows payment made by one Joseph Kamau to Millicent Wambui for 2 hours of s*x at the rate of 500 naira per minute.

    The photo has gone on to cause a heavy stir among internet users after it emerged on […]

  • Ikeja Electric partners UBA on in-branch payment terminal

    Ikeja Electric partners UBA on in-branch payment terminal

    In line with its commitment to provide exceptional customer service experience to its customers, electricity distribution company, Ikeja Electric, has launched in-branch payment terminals in 20 branches of the United Bank for Africa (UBA) across its network.

    Speaking on the launch, Head of Corporate Communications, Ikeja Electric, Felix Ofulue explained that the importance of the partnership with UBA was to afford the distribution company the opportunity to bring efficient service delivery closer to the customers.

    The terminals, he said, would provide a […]

  • Governor Obiano assures on prompt payment of salaries, pension

    Governor Obiano assures on prompt payment of salaries, pension

    Governor Willie Obiano of Anambra State has assured that his administration will continue to be prompt in payment of salaries of civil servants, teachers and entitlement of pensioners in the state.

    Speaking in Port Harcourt,, capital of Rivers State at an event to mark the 25 anniversary of Anambra State, the governor said he was in Port Harcourt to acquaint Anambrarians in the state of the success of his administration, adding that he would also get their suggestions on how to […]

  • CBN ‘orders’ banks to suspend payment of MTN dividends

    CBN ‘orders’ banks to suspend payment of MTN dividends

    According to reports, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has ordered the suspension of MTN Group dividend payment from the Nigerian subsidiary of the telecommunications giant, until further notice.

    In a quarterly update to shareholders, MTN Group said it was not guilty of the illegal repatriation charges levelled against it by the Nigerian senate, stating that the claims are totally unfounded and without merit.

    Addressing the latest developments on the alleged illegal repatriation of $13.97 million by the Group, MTN said the […]

  • Nigeria seals $15bn upfront payment for crude with India

    Nigeria seals $15bn upfront payment for crude with India

    According to reports, the Federal Government yesterday, sealed a $15 billion deal with India, wherein the latter would make upfront payment for crude oil purchases from Nigeria.

    Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, while cementing the deal on behalf of Nigeria, explained that the terms of the deal would be agreed in due course.

    Under the deal, Kachikwu disclosed that the Indian government would make an upfront payment for crude purchase to Nigeria, to be repaid on the basis […]

  • Delta government stops payment of WASSCE fees for students

    Delta government stops payment of WASSCE fees for students

    It was gathered that the Delta State Government has announced its decision to discontinue the payment of examination fees for its students preparing for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

    It said henceforth, each candidate will have to bear the responsibility of paying the enrollment fees instead of the state government bankrolling everything for all the students as introduced by the immediate past administration.

    The Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Mr. Chiedu Ebie, who made the announcement, also revealed […]

  • Niger Government stops payment of NECO, WAEC fees over poor results

    Niger Government stops payment of NECO, WAEC fees over poor results

    According to reports, the Niger State government says it will stop paying the examination fees of students in public schools owing to the sustained mass failure recorded in both WAEC and NECO examinations.

    The state governor, Abubakar Bello disclosed this while inspecting renovation works at the Justice Idris Legbo Government Secondary School, Kutigi on Monday.

    “As it is now, majority of the students are not coming out with good results at the end of both SSCE examinations.

    “Instead of throwing away N800 million […]

  • Foreign varsities to offer easier payment plans

    Foreign varsities to offer easier payment plans

    According to reports, the Regional Manager Africa, United Kingdom Education Advisory Service, Bukky Awofisayo, has said that the recession and foreign exchange challenge being experienced in the country has propelled over 50 foreign universities to give prospective Nigerian students an easier payment plan and the possibility of fee reduction.

    Awofisayo said this in a statement ahead of its international education expo in the country.

    According to her, prospective students and their parents will have an opportunity to discuss the possibility of free […]

  • Imo government approves N1.2bn for payment of August pensions

    Imo government approves N1.2bn for payment of August pensions

    It was gathered that the Imo State government says it has approved the sum of N1.2 billion for immediate payment of pensions for the month of August 2016.

    The Commissioner for Internally Generated Revenue and Pensions Matters, Ifeanyi Ararume, disclosed this in Owerri the Imo State capital.

    He also said the state, Governor Rochas Okorocha, has also set up a committee to meet with the Labour Unions on how to offset pension arrears in the state.

    The non-payment of pension and the arrears […]

  • Ekiti to decentralise payment of workers’ salaries

    Ekiti to decentralise payment of workers’ salaries

    Ekiti State Government on Sunday says it will soon abolish the centralised payment of workers’ salaries in the state.

    This is contained in a statement by Mr. Idowu Adelusi, the Chief Press Secretary to Gov. Ayodele Fayose, released in Ado Ekiti.

    According to the statement, the new order will eliminate fraud but accelerate disbursement of salaries to workers as and when approved.

    It stated that the local governments would now pay their staff when the new arrangement comes into effect.

    The statement directed the […]

  • How Dasuki ordered payment of $40m to company owned by Jonathan’s cousin – Witness tells court

    How Dasuki ordered payment of $40m to company owned by Jonathan’s cousin – Witness tells court

    A prosecution witness, Ibrahim Mahir on Tuesday told a Federal High Court, Abuja how former National Security Adviser to the immediate past President, Col. Sambo Dasuki(rtd) authorized the payment of $40m into the bank account of Oneplus Holding, a company owned by a cousin to the former President, Azibaola Roberts.

    Mahir informed the Justice Nnamdi Dimgba-led court that after Dasuki instructed him to prepare a payment mandate of 40 million dollars in favour of Azibaola’s company, the former NSA went ahead […]