Nigeria records 1,354 new cases of covid-19 on Tuesday, 5th January 2021
Scientists in the UK are worried that newly developed Covid-19 vaccines may not be able to protect against new strain of the virus.
Oil prices drifted lower amid reports revealing OPEC+ members are disconnected as regards to February crude oil output quota.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged by 1.3%, closing with 30,223.89 and dropping about 700 index points at one point.
UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has announced a new national lockdown until at least mid-February to combat a fast-spreading new variant of the coronavirus. According to...
The Lagos State Government directed all public, private schools in the State to resume on January 18.
Federal Government says that the new mutant strain of the coronavirus disease in the UK has not been discovered in Nigeria.
On the 11th of December 2020, 796 new confirmed cases were recorded in Nigeria
Governor Sanwo-Olu had to immediately go into isolation after finding out that one of his close aides tested positive for COVID-19.
The last time Nigeria recorded over 675 cases of Covid-19 was 1st of July 2020.
Dr Yusuf emphasized that the government should ensure there is a smooth transitioning to the new tariff pricing regime.
Jed McCaleb was able to gain $411 million in XRP sales throughout 2020 bringing his total gains from selling XRP...
The Naira appreciated against the dollar at the Investors and Exporters (I&E) window on Tuesday, closing at N393.83/$1.
To truly diversify from oil and create proper value, agriculture must give birth to an industry.
The market breadth closed negative as BOCGAS led 15 Gainers as against 34 Losers topped by BUACEMENT at the end...