Hammond said in the message: “I congratulate Muhammadu Buhari on his election victory as the next President of Nigeria and also President Goodluck Jonathan for the statesmanship he has shown in delivering free and fair elections and accepting the result
In a statement jointly issued by US Secretary of State John Kerry and his British counterpart, Philip Hammond, they frowned at any attempt to distort the results of the March 28 presidential election in a manner that will not reflect the will of the Nigerian people
Access Bank Plc, One of Africa’s leading Banks, with operations across Sub-Saharan Africa and the UK, has further consolidated its position as a service focused bank in Nigeria by been adjudged the “Best Local Bank in Nigeria 2014” by EMEA Finance Magazine.
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has accused the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) of sponsoring arms deal report against its National President, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, in a desperate move ahead of 2015.
An obscure smartphone maker based in France has done what some feared was impossible following the sale of Nokia’s handset business: created a successful European challenger to tech giants Samsung and Apple.
After missing out from the World Taekwondo Federation (WTF) Grand Prix in China and managing to make it to the Grand Prix in Astana, Kazakhstan last month, Nigeria’s Chika Chukwumerije, has been listed among the top athletes in the world that will compete at the next WTF Grand Prix, to be held in Manchester, UK on 25th and 26th October 2014.
A leading academic has warned that university students could be at risk from the deadly Ebola virus – because 21,000 students from countries in the affected region are about to arrive in the UK.
The British High Commission Wednesday confirmed the death of Mr. Peter Leslie Carter, a Deputy High Commissioner who died on Tuesday.
In response to the long-standing desire of the Nigerian diaspora to support economic development in the country, a high level Executive-Legislative team is currently holding a series of interactive sessions with Nigerians in Europe and the United States
Mark Lowcock, the Permanent Secretary at the UK’s DFID, announced this on Tuesday night in Abuja during a reception to launch the programme
He said: “In relation to individual prisoners, there has to be a good deal of discussion between our two countries about individual prisoners and the agreement of both countries to be secured before individual transfers
I was not too young to remember the debate in the 80s engendered by the U.K.’s decision to impose a Visa requirement on some Commonwealth citizens going into Britain. The list of those countries, as you know, was made up largely of African members of the Commonwealth and those from poor backgrounds in other parts of the world
“The global community is on track and already geared up and we are working to put in place a strategic platform that will involve us all and enable us track and fingerprint stolen crude