Showing posts from March, 2015

Nigeria elections: Nation split in Jonathan-Buhari contest

Will Ross of the BBC takes a look at issues surrounding Nigeria's General election- In Nigerian elections, the incumbent always wins. But so far this campaign has been different from all others and this Saturday's poll is a real contest. Not only has President Goodluck Jonathan haemorrhaged support since he comfortably won in 2011, the "change" chanting opposition has thrown its combined weight behind one candidate - former military ruler, Muhammadu Buhari.

Nigeria Customs Service Promotes 2065 Officers

The Nigeria Customs Service has announced the promotion of 2065 senior officers who participated in the 2014 promotion exercise. Comptroller General of Customs, Dikko Inde Abdullahi gave the approval to release the promotion results following the conclusion of the promotion exercise and ratification by the Nigeria Customs Service Board, in Abuja.

2015 Mothering Sunday: A Compilation of Goodwill Messages from my Facebook Friends

Mothering Sunday according to Wikipedia is a holiday celebrated by Catholic and Protestant Christians in some parts of Europe. It falls on the fourth Sunday in Lent (For Orthodox Christians in Europe and elsewhere).  Mother's Day, or Mothering Sunday, is a day to honor mothers and other mother figures, such as grandmothers, stepmothers and mothers-in-law. Many people make a special effort to visit their mother. They take cards and gifts to her and may treat her to brunch, lunch or have tea in a cafe, restaurant or hotel. People who cannot visit their mother usually send gifts or cards to her. Mothers are precious, lets celebrate commemoration of this day, i bring to you a compilation of goodwill messages posted by my friends on facebook to their mothers, I begin with mine...LOL 

23 Customs Officers Sanctioned for Various Offences

Twenty-three senior officers of the Nigeria Customs service have  been sanctioned for various offenses in the first two months of 2015. A statement made available to this blog the Public Relations Officer of the Service, Wale Adeniyi said 12 of the officers were suspended from service pending the outcome of investigations while  11 others are currently facing investigative panels set up by the Comptroller General of Customs, Dikko Inde Abdullahi.