Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and Speaker Mudashiru Obasa of the Lagos State House of Assembly have expressed optimism that the candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, will win the 2023 presidential election.
Dangote Cement Plc has had its Carbon Disclosure Project(CDP) rating raised from B- to B in recognition of the cement producer’s commitment to climate change.
The Chairman of Lagos State Universal Basis Education Board (LASUBEB). Hon Wahab Alawiye-King has been honoured with the award of most outstanding game changer in public sector education by the Guild of Photojournalists Nigeria (GPN).
The Lagos state government has been alleged to have fraudulently acquired piece and parcel of land situate at along Lagos/Epe experessway opposite Alaun town via Eleko Ibeju Lekki Local government area belong to Redline properties Limited.
The Director General of the Labour Party Presidential Campaign Council, Dr. Doyin Okupe, has resigned.
Nigerians across the nation have been urged to show love and embrace forgiveness and reconciliation during the Yuletide season, in line with the spirit of Christmas. They were also enjoined to seek divine guidance in choosing the right leaders for the country during the coming polls in 2023.
In keeping with its commitment to making a difference in society through philanthropy, Access Bank PLC, on Saturday, 17 December, hosted the second edition of the Access Bank Polo Day in South Africa at the famed Val de Vie Polo Club in Cape Town.
As part of its commitment to the growth and development of Nigerian businesses and the economy, Sterling Bank Plc, one of Nigeria’s leading financial institutions, has created the Made-By-Nigerians platform.
One of Africa's leading cement giants, BUA Cement Plc, has begun distributing 1,000 three-seater desks worth N32 million to schools across Sokoto State.
As preparations towards the 2023 elections gain momentum , Dr. Peter Olukayode Odetoyinbo Bishop, Catholic Diocese of Abeokuta has urged Nigerians to embrace a new orientation, attitudinal change, and lifestyle in the New Year.
According to Odetoyibo, Nigerians have to join hands to save the country by electing credible leaders that will salvage things from getting worse.
In his words: “We all think of changing Nigeria but let one of us begin by first changing his or her attitude then Nigeria will be a better place. It is not enough to desire the joy of a new Nigeria, there is a corresponding responsibility. Our desired future will only emerge when we go out determined to cast our votes for the candidates we believe can deliver on the dividends of democracy and help fulfil our dream of a prosperous nation.”
Speaking further, Odetoyinbo encouraged Nigerians to collect their permanent voters’ cards and vote wisely in the coming general elections by rejecting all forms of vote selling and incentives by politicians who have “turned our willpower to merchandise”.
“Do not sell your vote for pecuniary gains,” the Catholic Diocese advised.
“Imagine how kidnapping, bribery, vote-buying, ballot box snatching, forgery, insurgency, banditry, robbery and other related vices would become things of the past if everyone of us decides to embrace a ‘change of attitude’ as we approach the New Year. A change of attitude and orientation particularly as we prepare for the general elections is our clarion call.”
The general elections to elect the President, Vice President, and members of the Senate and House of Representatives will be held on 25th February 2023.