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Read the full details on our digital edition when you join our WhatsApp Communities here. Here are the major headlines for today: Senate Okays Death Penalty For Drug Traffickers, Others Senate, Reps Disagree On New 0.5% Cybersecurity Levy Govt, FAAN Set-up Committee On Infrastructural Upgrade Of Enugu Airport Revolutionising Digital Banking: UBA Introduces Transaction

NDBDA: Why The Next MD Should Be Appointed From Delta State

The Delta Basin Development Authority (NDBDA) was established in 1976 via Decree 37 promulgated by the Olusegun Obasanjo administration. Its functions amongst others include the development of irrigation schemes for crops and livestock production and other agricultural purposes. Over the years, the agency has established several agricultural pilot schemes including fisheries at various sites

Senate Okays Death Penalty For Drug Traffickers, Others

– The upper chamber of the National Assembly on Thursday approved death penalty for importers, manufac­turers and traffickers of hard drugs. The decision of the Senate to ap­prove death penalty as punishment for importation of hard drugs into the country was sequel to a debate on a bill on National Drug Law Enforcement Agency

Senate, Reps Disagree On New 0.5% Cybersecurity Levy

ABUJA – The Senate and the House of Represen­tatives on Thursday disagreed on the Central Bank of Nigeria's (CBN) cir­cular directing all banks to commence charging a 0.5 percent cybersecurity levy on all electronic transactions within the country. While the Senate Committee on Na­tional Security and Intelligence backed the cybersecurity levy, the House of Rep­resentatives

CSO To FG: Recover Looted Funds, Fight Corruption, Suspend All Taxes

Amid widespread public outcry against the proposed tax increase by the Tinubu government, a civil society organisation in Kebbi State, the Association For Peace And Good Governance, has asked the Federal Government to channel her energy into fighting corruption and the recovery of looted public funds. The Secretary General of the organisation, Comrade Usman Muhammed

Why I Paid Surprise Visit To Rivers Assembly Quarters, By Fubara

PORT HARCOURT – Rivers State governor, Siminalayi Fubara, on Thursday, stormed the residential quarters of the state House of Assembly, located at the Port Harcourt-Aba Express Road, a day after lawmakers loyal to him elected Victor Oko-Jumbo as the factional speaker of the House. Governor Fubara visited the quarters shortly after inspecting the 15.24 kilometres

SEC Rolls Out New Rules On Issuance, Allotment Of Private Coys' Securities

…Unapproved Issuance Of Securities To Attract N10m Penalty ABUJA – The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC Nigeria) has rolled out new rules on issuance and allotment by private com­panies securities, declaring that any person who issues or allots securities without its prior ap­proval or violates any provisions of its regulations will be liable to a

Tinubu Appoints Minister Of State For Petroleum Resources, Ekpo, As Co-Chair NCDMB

ABUJA – President Bola Tinubu has approved the appointment of Mr. Ekperikpe Ekpo, Minister of State for Pe­troleum Resources (Gas), as the Co-Chairman of the Governing Council of the Nigerian Content Develop­ment and Monitoring Board (NCDMB). A statement by Spe­cial Adviser to the Pres­ident on Media and Pub­licity, Ajuri Ngelale, on Thursday, noted that the

IGP Charges Legal Officers To Protect Citizens' Rights, Due Process

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP Kayode Adeolu Egbetokun, has charged police legal officers to pro­tect the rights of citizens and uphold the rule of law within the Nigeria Police Force. A statement by ACP Olu­muyiwa Adejobi, spokes­man of the police, said the IGP said this when he con­vened a significant meeting with police legal officers

GTCO Shareholders Okay $750m Capital Raising, N94.179bn Dividend

– Shareholders of Guaranty Trust Holding Company (GTCO) Plc on Thursday at the third annual general meeting approved the com­pany's plan to establish a capital raising programme of $750 million either through public offerings, private placements, rights issues and/or other trans­action modes. Also, the shareholders endorsed the management's N94.179 billion dividend pay­outs for the

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