Nigeria has now recorded two hundred and forty-five new cases of COVID-19 today. Continue reading “Breaking: COVID-19 cases jump to 2802 in Nigeria”
The Association of Resident Doctors (ARD) at the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital (OOUTH), Sagamu, Ogun State, has this Monday commenced a three-day warning strike over non-implementation of its demands by the State Government.
Nollywood star, Mercy Johnson and husband, Prince Okojie, have welcomed their fourth child, a daughter, in the United States. Continue reading “Mercy Johnson, husband welcome fourth child”
The number of people who have died with confirmed coronavirus across all settings in the United Kingdom has risen by 288 to 28,734. Continue reading “Coronavirus deaths in UK reach 28,734”
Nigeria’s portfolio investment is expected to decline by at least $11.4 billion, as the coronavirus disease eats deep into the fabric of the most populous black nation’s economy. This was disclosed in the International Monetary Fund report which was monitored by the media.
Fidelity Bank has said it will continue to take measures that will ensure the safety of customers, staff and other stakeholders during the period of COVID-19. Continue reading “Covid 19: Fidelity Bank reassures customers, staff of safety measures”
FirstBank has expressed its appreciation to members of the public, especially its customers for the continued patronage of its services during the COVID 19 lockdown. Continue reading “FirstBank sustains positive impact, welcomes back customers”
The National Pension Commission (PenCom) has dissolved the interim management committee of First Guarantee Pension Limited. Continue reading “PenCom appoints new board for First Guarantee Pension”
Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Bankers’ committee have sealed a deal that there will be no job loss in the banking industry in the country as a result of the ravaging COVID-19 pandemic. They have also committed to the fact that if lay off of staff of any category becomes inevitable such banks must seek the approval of the Central Bank of Nigeria. Continue reading “CBN, Bankers’ Committee halt lay-offs in banks”