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Nigeria’s daily oil production hits 1.57 million barrels

Nigeria produced 1.57 million barrels per day last month, a 30,000 bpd rise from February, and 70,000 bpd above its quota.

Oil price may fall to $10 a barrel as world runs out of storage space

Facilities thought to be 75% full with Saudi Arabia due to ramp up output as demand falters amid coronavirus shutdowns

Russia blames Gulf nations for oil crash – TASS

Russia did not seek an end to cooperation with OPEC or a sharp drop in oil prices, a senior Russian official told...

Oil price sinks to $24, lowest in 17 years

’Femi Asu The price of Brent crude, the international benchmark, tumbled on Wednesday to the...

Oil crash: Nigeria may lose $8.63bn in six months

Nigeria could lose about $8.63bn to the crude price crash as Goldman Sachs in a report predicted that oil price would stay near $30 per barrel in the next six months, amid Saudi Arabia-Russia price war.

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Covid-19: NCDC confirms three fresh Omicron cases in Nigeria

“Taken together, and if true, the Omicron variant can significantly change the current global COVID-19 epidemiology. There is currently no evidence of generalised or community transmission of this variant in Nigeria

Lai Mohammed devoted servant, made sacrifices – Buhari

As a party stalwart, President Buhari notes the sacrifices and contributions of the minister in raising a formidable information machinery that went a long way in bringing change in the country.

NWFL bans Osogbo stadium from hosting matches over deplorable condition

Expressing optimism that that state government will find a solution to the current problem, the Osun SWAN scribe noted that it is a challenge on those at the helms of affairs to do something on the pitch, dressing room and other areas identified by the NWFL.

JusticeForSylvester: We have bullies in Nollywood – Halima Abubakar

“I pray an arrest has been made and the perpetrators of the crime should be brought out and justice served so Sylvester can have closure and finally rest in peace. Bullying is actually rampant but they keep covering it up.”