Showing posts with label deal. Show all posts
Showing posts with label deal. Show all posts

Thursday, July 3, 2014

GoodNews: NFF Offers Stephen Keshi New Two-Year Deal, Plus Bumper Salary Increment

Head coach of Nigeria's Super Eagles, Stephen Keshi, has been offered a new two-year deal by the Nigeria Football Federation, NFF, reports.

According to the report, the new deal is expected to worth nothing less than N168 million, while Keshi's monthly salary would also be increased to N7million for the Big Boss to remain at his post.

Prior to Nigeria's exit from the ongoing 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Keshi was being paid a monthly salary of N5 million.

However, the 0-2 defeat to the Les Blues of France in the round of 16 of the world cup ended Keshi's contract with the NFF.

It was gathered that the Nigerian football governing body decided to offer Keshi an improved deal amid confusion over the status of his employment.
Some reports had claimed that Keshi, who is yet to append his signature to the new deal, complained about the clauses contained in the new contract papers.

Speaking with on the matter, Keshi stated that part of what he would demand before he accepts the new offer is for the NFF to provide him with an official accommodation and a car to function.

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Israel urges world powers to not sign fast deal with Iran

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday prompted earth powers to not dash in to signing a "dangerous" deal with Iran.
Netanyahu claimed he talked with the presidents of the United Claims, Russia and France, in addition to German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister Mark Cameron via phone that weekend.
"I told them that according to all the info that is hitting Israel, the offer in the works is bad and dangerous," he told his cabinet.
It had been "dangerous" because it'd ease the force of the sanctions on Iran "that took decades to build," he explained, while Tehran could remain effective at enriching uranium.

Saturday, November 9, 2013

ASUU Strike Update: ASUU Wants Watertight Deal From FG

Members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities have given the Federal Government certain conditions to be met before the union could call off its four-month old strike.
Part of this condition, Saturday PUNCH learnt, is that all federal parastatals in charge of fund, labour, and education must sign the agreement purportedly reached between its leadership and the Federal Government on Tuesday.

Friday, October 4, 2013

Olamide gets a Mouthwatering Deal With DoBox

Rave of the moment Olamide just inked a deal with movie &  music distribution company DoBox. The self acclaimed “Baddest Nigga Ever Liveth” announced the deal via his Instagram page yesterday…DoBox & #baddestguyeverliveth ..New deal.. New single out soon”. Olamide’s next single “O Frosh” is expected to be released first on DoBox

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Dangote signs multibillion dollar deal with Banks to build oil refinery in Nigeria

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Armed Robbers Arrested In Ondo And You Won't Believe The Reasons They Gave For The Criminal Act

Residents of Akure town in Ondo State recently heaved a sigh of relief after the Anti-Robbery Squad of the Ondo State Police Command arrested several armed robbery suspects who had been snatching vehicles and dispossessing their victims of other valuables.  Among the suspects currently undergoing interrogation at the SARS office are Tobechukwu Aguonu a.k.a. Alhaji Seriki Thunder and Uche Igwe. It was gathered that the two suspects, along with one Chinedu (surname unknown) invaded the premises of their latest victim’s house at about 11 p.m. on Wednesday, July 3 where they hid until about 3a.m. on July 4 when they struck.

Friday, March 22, 2013

NTA Agrees Royalties Deal With COSON

The Acting Director General of Nigerian Television Authority, NTA, Mallam Musa B. Mayaki has said that NTA will pay exactly what it owes Copyright Society of Nigeria, COSON and fully support its (COSON) activities. 

He made the statement in a meeting with the leadership of COSON on Tuesday, March 19 at the Boardroom of NTA. He said that the two organisations need to converge for the betterment of the Nigerian society.

Chief Okoroji who described the occasion as a goodwill visit also said that despite the lingering issue, the payment of music royalties to Nigerian musicians is important if the industry is to survive. 

Thursday, December 13, 2012

D'banj signs exclusive Pan African deal with Sony Music

Global recording company Sony Music Entertainment is proud to announce the signing of Nigerian megastar D’Banj to its RCA Africa label. The breakthrough deal also includes a multi-album, worldwide exclusive contract with emerging Nigerian singer-songwriter star Kayswitch and a strategic partnership with D’Banj’s Nigerian record label DB Records, who’s catalog includes artists and producers such as J.Sol, Jay Sleek and DeeVee.


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