The federal government of Nigeria plans to raise 20 billion naira by March 2017 to fund several projects as Nigeria continues to battle economic recession.
Exploration activities in Benue state may be gradually yielding success as a quantity of crude oil has been discovered.
Nigeria's federal government has denied reports it was secretly sharing over $4 bn, being refund of over-deduction from federal and states
Motorists and commuters plying the Enugu-Onitsha and Enugu-Port Harcourt express roads will be happy as contractors return to sites.
The NYEFOND has accused the minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun, of derailing the economic progress of Muhammadu Buhari's administration.
Omirhobo also joined the Attorney General of the Federation and the minister of interiro as defendants in the suits filed before the court.
The federal government has ordered all its directors-general, managing directors and executive secretaries to start flying economy class.
The federal government has lined up politicians, senior lawyers and some bank officials to testify against arrested judges.
The Nigeria Custom Service (NCS) has said it will begin to export farm produce to Europe from some Northern states.
The federal government of Nigeria is set to realise N20 billion from the sale of two presidential jets that has been put up for sale.
There are strong indications that the federal government has placed some prominent personalities in Nigeria under security watch.
The federal government has concluded plans to grow jatropha in 20 states as part of the development of bio-fuel in Nigeria.
The 2016 budget may not be fully implemented following a report that Nigeria's debt burden increased by about N4 trillion in six months.
More than 60 million Nigerians have various degrees of mental disorder, the Ogun state commissioner for Health, Dr Babatunde Ipaye says.
The is fear among students of universities as ASUU, the umbrella body for lecturers, says it would embark on a warning strike on October 2.
The minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has said violence will not resolve the Niger Delta crisis.
Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, has taken on Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, accusing him of wastages in government at a time the country is stressed.
The ministry of trade and investment has made it known that small businesses would begin to thrive better as the World Bank is set to help.
FG has warned banks and other organisations in the country to refrain from downsizing because of the difficulties in the Nigerian economy.
The federal government is planning a reform of the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) and this could lead to a mass sack of its staff.
The Sultan of Sokoto, has asked the federal government to be considerate of the citizens and do away with anti-people policies.
The minister of Solid Minerals, Dr Kayode Fayemi, has warned federal mines officers to pay attention to matters relating to their offices.