The total public debt stocks of the Federal Government of Nigeria, all states within the Nigerian federation, and the FCT is now ₦28.63 trillion as of Q1 2020.
The Oyo State Government has said schools will remain open even as the federal government warned against such due to the coronavirus pandemic.
President of the United States, Donald Trump has reacted to popular rapper,Kanye West’s presidential bid, stating his declaration as “very interesting”.
Nigerian singer, Azeez Fashola, professionally known as Naira Marley, has announced his intention to give back to his fans and well wishers in the society.
Music streaming giant, Apple Music has launched a new program that seeks to discover music talents in Africa, and fast rising singer, Omah Lay is its debut artiste.
The minister of aviation, Hadi Sirika has announced that meals will no longer be served aboard domestic flights.
The Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) have awarded N16 million to about 16 candidates to study engineering courses in higher schools for their outstanding performances at JAMB 2020.
Parents will not be compelled to send their children to schools if they are not comfortable with it, the Federal Government has said,
The Minister of Power, Sale Mamman has insisted that Nigerians will pay higher electricity tariff from July this year.
Nigerian new and hot sensation, Rema, missed out on winning the 2020 BET Viewers’ Choice: Best New International Act Award, as Zimbabwean singer, Sha Sha, was adjudged the winner.
The federal government will not be reopening schools according to schedule after 80 per cent of parents kicked against the idea.
The Chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, says criminal acts such as fraud do not define the Nigerian people.
The Federal Ministry of Education has proposed that schools must create isolation spaces before reopening, Cokeboimovement reports.
Popular Nigerian author, known for his controversial points, Reno Omokri, has dropped another nugget for his fans and followers on social media.
675 new cases of Coronavirus were recorded in Nigeria on Monday, June 22, 2020.