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BRT service’ll go cashless by Jan 2019 – Tinubu

BRT service’ll go cashless by Jan 2019 – Tinubu

The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Primero Transport Services Limited, operators of the Lagos Bus Rapid Transit system, Mr Fola Tinubu, in this interview with ANNA OKON talks about the operation of the popular transport system How did your journey into the Bus Rapid Transit system begin? I started running Primero, the company that […] …

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 […] …

Insurance sector needs more patronage, govt support – Irene

Insurance sector needs more patronage, govt support – Irene

In this interview with NIKE POPOOLA, the Interim Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, International Energy Insurance Plc, Peter Irene, speaks on the need for government to give insurance sector more support. What are the major challenges facing insurance industry in Nigeria? The number one challenge is poor penetration. Insurance is predicated on a pool of large […] …

More job opportunities exist in property devt – Adekola

More job opportunities exist in property devt – Adekola

The Director of Homework Development and Properties Limited, Jide Adekola, speaks to OZIOMA UBABUKOH on the nexus between innovation and property development What really is innovation? The most robust definition of innovation to me comes from the business dictionary and it defines it as, “The process of translating an idea or invention into a good […] …

Nigeria is ready for the digital economy – Agada

Nigeria is ready for the digital economy – Agada

The Chief Executive Officer, CWG Plc, Mr. James Agada, speaks to OZIOMA UBABUKOH on the company’s progress after being listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, among other industry issues How will you assess the role of Information and Communication Technology in driving the continent’s economic development? My view is that economic development drives Information Technology. […] …

We can’t force companies to list on stock exchange — Acting SEC DG

We can’t force companies to list on stock exchange — Acting SEC DG

The Acting Director-General, Securities and Exchange Commission, Ms. Mary Uduk, speaks on measures being taken to protect investors in the Nigerian capital market, in this interview with journalists in Abuja. IFEANYI ONUBA reports Last month, the Securities and Exchange Commission hosted the first Capital Market Committee Meeting, what were some of the highpoints of the […] …

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