A source in the PM’s Office said Sunak had “asked Suella Braverman to leave government and she has accepted.”
This is contained in a statement signed by the Chapter’s Chairman, Tunde Doherty, Friday in Lagos.
Doherty, also the APC Committee of Diaspora Chairmen, said he felt compelled to respond to the recent allegations and statements made by a group led by Aisha Yesufu, an activist allegedly associated with the Labour Party.
Nigeria’s prosperity depends on getting her power sector right.
The presidential candidate of the Labour Party in the February 25, 2023 election, Peter Obi, has commended the United Kingdom for its respect for the rule of law in reversing the $11 billion awarded against Nigeria in a case filed by the Process and Industrial Developments Company.
Chief Segun Awolowo, grandson of Chief Obafemi Awolowo, late Premier of the defunct Western Region, is excited at the plan to stage the play “Awo”, in the UK in May 2024.
TEXEM UK, a United Kingdom-based leadership development organisation, says the unabated exodus of talents from Nigeria to the UK primarily, constitutes a major but surmountable hurdle for the country’s leaders.
The United Kingdom has set up a visa centre in Enugu to facilitate visa applications by residents in the state, the southeast zone and the country.
The approval for the flights was conveyed to the airline by the Federal Ministry of Aviation and Aerospace Development.
United Kingdom issued some 132,000 visas to Nigerians in the first half of the year, Jonny Baxter, British Deputy High Commissioner in Lagos said.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has officially recalled Sarafa Tunji Ishola from his office as Nigeria’s ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the United Kingdom, a significant change in Nigeria’s diplomatic front under President Bola Tinubu.
The Federal High Court has refuted a report that the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria and Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit funded the training of its judges in London, United Kingdom.
President Bola Tinubu has called on the government of the United Kingdom to deepen its partnership with Nigeria and Africa by investing more across sectors to see the African continent attain more sustainable and broad-based prosperity.
James Cleverly, British Foreign Secretary, says President Bola Tinubu’s economic reforms, including the removal of fuel subsidy and unifying of exchange rates, will encourage investment and help drive growth.
The son of human rights lawyer, Femi Falana (SAN), had undergone a knee surgery in the United Kingdom weeks back.
Victor Okpala, Spotify’s Artiste and Label Partnerships Manager for West Africa, in a statement on Tuesday said songs by Davido featured on over 10 million user-generated playlists on Spotify.
The Peoples Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Council made the call during a press conference on Sunday.
There is always another side to any story as with any coin. So in Nigeria’s story there is also the other side that we hardly hear about.
D’banj stated that it wasn’t all bed of roses while he lived in the United Kingdom.
Aside from the lobbying by pressing the right connections in the UK, the delegation, even before they left Nigeria, had secured the service of a senior lawyer in the UK to work at getting Ekweremadu and his wife out of the logjam they found themselves. The couple was arrested and arraigned before a United Kingdom (UK) court over allegations of organ harvesting of one David Ukpo Nwamini, said to be a minor.
There had been speculations that the travelling document of David Ukpo, the young man that was said to have been taken to the UK by Senator Ike Ekweremadu for donating his kidney to the senator’s ailing daughter , was not issued properly by NIS.