Economy

Nigerians: The Story Of Citizens Suffering Amidst Plenty

By Rachel Okporu  The level of suffering which Nigerians are subjected to in recent times calls for immediate concern. However, it is hoped that a glorious dawn will surely come to Nigeria and bring back the bright smiles on our faces.

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Nigeria, now a dumping ground for inferior, substandard foods — Minister

Minister of State for Environment Ibrahim Jibril says Nigeria has become a dumping ground for inferior, substandard, expired and poisonous foods and feeds from countries across the globe. The minister said this on Monday in Abuja at a workshop organised by National Bio safety Management Agency (NBMA) and Program for Bio safety Systems (PBS) to stimulate the collaboration of regulatory ...

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Worldwide Induction Ceremony Into the Lions Clubs Association

  Wife of the District Governor 404B2 Nig, Lion Ololade Taiwo Adewunmi and other notable Lions of the club… The Multiple Council Chairperson Elect, Lion Pharm Adebisi Gbolagade, the chairperson of the organising committee for 404B2  Lion Morenike Nwosu, Lion Waheed Kadiri, District Governor 404B1, Lion ESV Taiwo Adewunmi District Governor 404B2 & Lion Dupe Dada 2nd Vice District Governor ...

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Nigeria ’ll Become Self-Sufficient in Rice Production by 2018– Osinbajo

The Federal Government says Nigeria will become self-sufficient in rice production by then end of 2018. This was made known by the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo while addressing a gathering at The Platform, a yearly conference organized by the Christian Covenant Centre, in Lagos. He stated “If all goes well, we should be producing our own rice by the end ...

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Expert Advises investors to Invest Early in ibeju Lekki

  Investors have been advised not to promptly expect the dividends of investing in Ibeju Lekki area before investment but to invest and wait for the huge return (ROI). This advice was made by Engr. Noimot Olatunji, CEO Glenwood Property Development Company, at the launch of its latest project, Lyndale Mews, an estate in Onosa, Ibeju Lekki Local Government Area recently.

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Lagos Places Embargo On Approval For Filling Stations

The Lagos State Government has placed embargo on approval for construction of filling stations in all parts of the State till further notice, while a definite action will soon be taken on indiscriminate construction of event centres across the State, Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, Wasiu Anifowose has said. Anifowose, who said this on Tuesday at the ongoing Ministerial Press ...

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Minister of Industry, Trade & Investment parleys Ambode

PIX 4036 & 4019: Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode (2nd left); Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Mr. Okechukwu Enelamah (2nd right); Acting Lagos State Head of Service, Mrs. Folasade Adesoye (right) and Senior Special Assistant to the President on Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr. Jumoke Oluwole (left) during a media briefing shortly after the Minister’s meeting with the Governor ...

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Controversy Trails as EFCC Uncovers Huge Sums of Money in Ikoyi Apartment

It is another breakthrough for the EFCC, as the agency on Wednesday, reportedly raided a home where it uncovered huge sums of money in Dollars, Pounds and in Naira. However the agency did not disclose details of the home from which the huge cash was recovered, but it says it recovered 38 million Dollars, 23 million Naira and 27,000 Pounds, from ...

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SERAP launches hotline against corruption in education and electricity sectors

Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has established “toll-free Hotline also called BRIBEline which aims to provide anonymous and confidential channel of advice and assistance to victims and witnesses of cases of corruption such as bribes solicited by officials or quasi-official bodies in the education and electricity sectors.”

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Blame Buhari for recession – Utomi

THE director of the Lagos Business School, Prof. Pat Utomi Wednesday in Awka blamed the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari for the economic recession in the country, arguing that those attributing the recession to fall in oil price were bad mangers.

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