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Nigeria to witness healthy capital releases soon – Economists

Nigeria to witness healthy capital releases soon – Economists

Okechukwu Nnodim The release of funds by the Federal Government for capital projects will improve in the months ahead going by the electoral calendar and other developments in the polity, economists have said. According to them, plans by the Federal Government to disburse unspent funds from the 2017 budget for the development of projects in […] …

Rising trend of digital addiction

Rising trend of digital addiction

Technology has simplified and automated our lives in more ways than one. With a touch of a button, for example, you can push out content to thousands, if not millions depending on your influence and reach. Sadly, the flip side is that more and more people are becoming digital zombies – a term used to […] …

4,500 trucks enter Apapa daily without any business – NSC

4,500 trucks enter Apapa daily without any business – NSC

Anna Okon About 7,000 trucks ply the Apapa Wharf Road on a daily basis and only about 2,500 of them have genuine business at the ports, according to the report of a recent survey. The survey, which was conducted by the Nigerian Shippers’ Council, was aimed at providing a lasting solution to the incessant gridlock […] …

Electricity meters without NEMSA’s seal are fake – Ewesor

Electricity meters without NEMSA’s seal are fake – Ewesor

The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Nigeria Electricity Management Services Agency, Peter Ewesor, tells OKECHUKWU NNODIM that meters without the agency’s seal are not certified, hence are fake Some meters come with NEMSA’s seal while a few others do not. What will you say about this? One important thing you need to know is that the […] …

Saraki, Tambuwal want security chiefs sacked

APC Is A Government Of The Criminals, By The Criminals, For The Criminals, And Must Be Voted Out In 2019 – Dino Maleye Blasts Buhari

Following the increasing spate of killings across the  country, Senator President Bukola Saraki and Governor  Aminu Tambuwal  of Sokoto State want  immediate removal of  security chiefs  to allow for fresh and innovative ideas on how to protect  the nation.
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Reduce emphasis on finance, experts advise SMEs

Reduce emphasis on finance, experts advise SMEs

Feyisayo Popoola Financial experts have advised against the constant emphasis and clamour for access to finance by Small and Medium-scale Enterprises. The experts, who include a former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Prof Kingsley Moghalu; and a professor of Economics at the University of Lagos, Olufemi Saibu, said there were other important […] …

‘Bad policies bane of Nigeria’s manufacturing sector’

‘Bad policies bane of Nigeria’s manufacturing sector’

Mr. Peter Folikwe is the Managing Director/Chief Executive, Berger Paints Nigeria Plc. Folikwe spoke with a select team of journalists recently on a range of issues from economy, manufacturing ecosystem, financial system amongst others. Ibrahim Apekhade Yusuf was there As one of the frontline operator, what would you regard as the major problems affecting manufacturersRead More
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Companies don’t require national minimum wage to fix salaries, says NECA boss

Companies don’t require national minimum wage to fix salaries, says NECA boss

Employers in the private sector don’t need to wait for the approval of the national minimum wage to increase staff salaries, Mr. Olusegun Oshinowo, the Director-General, Nigeria Employers Consultative Association (NECA), has said. Speaking in an interview, Oshinowo who has been at the helms of affairs of the umbrella body for employers in the countryRead More
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Patronise products with service centres, consumers advised

Patronise products with service centres, consumers advised

The importance of after sales services in all services and products, be it cars, laptops, phones, fridges, washing machines, television sets, etcetera, cannot be over emphasised. Mr. Tokunbo Abiodun bought a Touchee brand mobile phone for N20,000 from ‘Phone For You’ shop at Otigba Street, Computer Village, Ikeja. He liked the phone very much. AccordingRead More
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