Tuesday, November 24

Tag: Liabilities

“Men From Age 19 To 27 Are Liabilities, Don’t Date Them” – Nigerian Lady Warns
Lifestyle

“Men From Age 19 To 27 Are Liabilities, Don’t Date Them” – Nigerian Lady Warns

A Nigerian lady identified as Dr Toolz on Twitter has taken to the platform to advise ladies to desist from dating men that are between the ages 19 to 27 as they are mostly liabilities. According to Toolz, ladies should not date men who are less than 28-years-old because those type of men don’t know what they want in life and they are liabilities. AVOID dating men between the age of 19-27.They r usually typical mama’s boy,stuck on their ex,cheat the most,entertain hoes,party non stop,have no plans & are only concerned about their PS4,mixtape & weed.They don’t know wat they want yet & will hurt u in the process, a liability.
Until You Make It Big, Always Buy Second Hand Liabilities – Reno Omokri Advises
News

Until You Make It Big, Always Buy Second Hand Liabilities – Reno Omokri Advises

Ex-Presidential aide, Reno Omokri has advised his followers that until they make it big in life, they should always buy second-hand liabilities. Speaking via his official Twitter handle, the popular commentator gave the list of liabilities as Car, phone, designers, electronics and every other thing whose value goes down over time. He concluded by saying a new house is better than a new car. He wrote: “Until you make it big, always buy second-hand liabilities, so you can have more money to buy assets. Anything whose value goes down over time is a liability. Car, phone, designers, electronics are liabilities. A new house is better than a new car.”
Governor El-Rufai Gives Political Appointees April 30th Ultimatum to Resign
Politics

Governor El-Rufai Gives Political Appointees April 30th Ultimatum to Resign

Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai, has given political appointees till April 30, 2019, to resign from office. A statement issued by the spokesman for the governor, Samuel Aruwan, says this to enable the governor to commence the selection of his new cabinet team for his second term in the office which commences on May 29. According to the directive, each notice of resignation must be submitted along with a handover note, signed by the political appointee on behalf of the MDA or office to which he or she had been appointed, and should be addressed to the Principal Private Secretary to the governor. Those affected by the directive include Commissioners in the State Executive Council, All Permanent Secretaries, Special Advisers, Director...
Buhari at 76: It’ll take a while before Nigeria will see another political leader like Buhari – Femi Adesina
News

Buhari at 76: It’ll take a while before Nigeria will see another political leader like Buhari – Femi Adesina

President Buhari turned 76 today and Femi Adesina who wrote an article to celebrate Nigerian President’s big day, stated that it’ll take a while before Nigeria will see another political leader like Buhari. Femi Adesina who is the President’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, also listed the reasons people love and admire President Buhari. He wrote; “That’s him, that’s him,” the two old women, wrinkled and bent with age, exclaimed. You could see wonderment and fulfillment in their eyes. And as if on cue, they both began to cry. It was in Bauchi earlier this year. President Muhammadu Buhari was visiting to commiserate with the people on the ravages of windstorm, which had destroyed many homes and other property. As he waved at the tumultuous crowd, the two women saw him...
Kogi Govt Seals MTN, Airtel’s Offices, Others over Unpaid N470m Tax
News

Kogi Govt Seals MTN, Airtel’s Offices, Others over Unpaid N470m Tax

  The facilities of MTN Nigeria, Airtel, Forte Oil and Bank of Agriculture have been sealed off by Kogi State Internal Revenue Service over their alleged refusal to pay N470 million tax to the state government. The Director in charge of Legal Services and Enforcement at the agency, Mr. Jamil Isah, who led his team yesterday to seal off the critical facilities of the two telecom service providers at Mount Patti, Obajana and other places in Lokoja, disclosed that Airtel owed over N321 million while MTN also refused to meet its obligation of over N140 million to Kogi State Government. He added that Forte Oil and Bank of Agriculture are owing N5 million and N3 million, respectively. According to him “For quite some time , we have diligently approached the two telecom service...
Recall Of Paris Club Refund: Govs Resolve To Use Fund To Offset Salaries
Politics

Recall Of Paris Club Refund: Govs Resolve To Use Fund To Offset Salaries

FOLLOWING the order from the Federal Government to recall the second tranche of London and Paris Club refunds disbursed to five states, amounting to about $2.7 billion, the 36 state governors have resolved to use the funds to offset outstanding salaries. Paris Club The governors also resolved to prepare all their outstanding liabilities and have them forwarded to the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN. How FG can position local fintech to drive the new economy The governors, under the aegis of Nigeria Governors’ Forum, NGF, after a marathon meeting in Abuja, yesterday,  resolved to take such a decision in the interest of their respective states, just as they have begun to do individual presentation and submission. Vanguard gathered that at the end of the emergency meeting in A...
UPDATED: CBN Revokes Skye Bank’s Licence, Polaris Bank Takes Over
News

UPDATED: CBN Revokes Skye Bank’s Licence, Polaris Bank Takes Over

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Friday announced the takeover of Skye Bank. The apex bank also withdrew the operating licence of the bank. Godwin Emefiele, CBN governor, said in consultation with the Nigerian Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC), the CBN decided to establish a bridge bank, Polaris Bank, to assume the assets and liabilities of Skye bank. Mr Emefiele added that the strategy is for the Asset Management Company of Nigeria (AMCON) to capitalize the bridge bank and begin the process of sourcing investors to buy out AMCON. “By this decision, the licence of the defunct Skye Bank is hereby revoked,” he said, adding that “all customers of Skye Bank shall be automatic customers of the new bank and their accounts and records duly purchased by Polaris Bank.” The...
WHY Buhari Must Assent to Pigb Now – Nocs, Iocs
News

WHY Buhari Must Assent to Pigb Now – Nocs, Iocs

With the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill, PIGB, currently awaiting assent by President Muhamadu Buhari, stakeholders in the oil and gas industry, including the National Oil Companies, NOCs, and Independent Oil Companies, IOCs, have called for immediate assent to the bill to avoid further revenue loss in the industry. This came as the Group Managing Director, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, Maikanti Baru, said that the PIGB largely reflects the aspirations of the industry for the emplacement of and effective policy, commercial and regulatory framework that promote growth and efficient operations. The PIGB is first in a series of four proposed bills that constitute the legal framework for the petroleum sector reform of the Federal Government. The three other bills ...
FIRS Seals Kabo Airlines, Others Over N200 Million Tax Liabilities
News

FIRS Seals Kabo Airlines, Others Over N200 Million Tax Liabilities

The Federal Inland Revenue Services, FIRS, today sealed the offices of Kabo Airlines, Monaco Ventures Limited and Paki International Motors, all in Kano, over tax liabilities. Kabo Airlines owes N149,707,949.03 from the assessment year of 2004 to 2013. According to the head of the enforcement team in Kano, Bukar Gana, the airline’s liabilities are made up of Income Tax (IT) and Education Tax (ET). He explained that the company did not contest the liabilities, an action which led to the sealing of its premises on Ashton Road, Kano State. Also sealed was Paki International Motors, which owes Company Income Tax (CIT) totaling N51,148,117.57, accumulated between 2008 and 2014. The enforcement similarly sealed Prince Hotel (Sojuna Hotel) over N8,359, 680.76 liability from 2014 to 2016....