1. RemmyAlex

    Politics Senate Vows To Revive Nigeria Postal Services

    The Senate on Wednesday vowed that the Nigeria Postal Services, NIPOST must be brought to life. In a motion sponsored by Senator Gilbert Nnaji (PDP), Enugu East Senatorial district, detailing operations and development of postal services, he sought the Senate’s repeal of the bill for its...
  2. RemmyAlex

    Business How Nigerian Gov't Contributed to N4Trn Lost on Stamp Duty – Prof. Gidabo

    Professor Ahmed Sale Gidado, lecturer with the National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN, Bauchi Study Centre has explained how Nigeria lost over N4trillion as a result of non-compliance on stamp duty‎ in various sectors. He stated this yesterday while speaking at the commemoration of the 2016...
  3. RemmyAlex

    Politics President Buhari Appoints Bisi Adegbuyi As Post Master General of NIPOST

    President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of Asiwaju Bisi Adegbuyi as post-Master General of Nigeria Postal Services (NIPOST). Asiwaju Bisi Adegbuyi, was the Deputy Director- General of Governor Ibikunle Amosun Campaign Organisation in the last general elections. Details...
  4. Lequte

    Business Nigeria: CBN, FIRS& NIPOST Clash over New N50 Stamp Duty

    Three key government agencies in the country, the CBN, Nigerian Postal Service and the Federal Inland Revenue Service, have clashed over the new N50 stamp duty recently reintroduced to the banking industry by the CBN. Central issues in contention are the account where the money realised from...
  5. Lequte

    Business Nigerian Banks Begin Charging of N50 NIPOST levy for Bank Transactions

    The Central Bank (CBN) in a statement issued on Tuesday has ordered Nigerian banks to start the collection of N50 levy for some electronic transactions at every financial institution nationwide. CBN said the decision was made in a bid to boost its revenue base, as the Federal Government is...
  6. Temitope

    Business Two Illegal Courier Companies Shut Down In Lagos By NIPOST

    The Nigerian Postal Service on Thursday shut down two courier companies in Lagos for operating without licences. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the illegal companies were OJ Transports, located at Jibowu and Happy Family Motors at Ojuelegba. The development was confirmed to newsmen by...