The theme of all our conferences usually centres on topical issues that serve not only the interest of the profession but the society at large. The choice of this years’ theme is premised on the recession.....
‘Changing societal values, demand bane of growth-led leadership’
The current situation is worrisome. It is not what it ought to be but here we are. Why do I say that? We are in an economy that has abundance of resources and should be flying by all parameters.
Pate: How i lost global fund headship
Former Minister of State for Health and Executive Director of the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), Dr. Muhammad Ali Pate, came close to occupying the post of Executive Director...
‘International Security confab to offer solutions on security threats, cyber crime’
Yes. Cyber issues are grabbing more headlines than other security issues at the moment. We have terrorist threat and other things on. Though Nigeria face threat from others sources, cyber crime and 419 are what is in the paper almost everyday.
‘Rising temperature has implications for human health, livestock’
Chinedum Nwajiuba is a Professor of Agricultural Economics, immediate past Executive Director of Nigerian Environmental Study Action Team (NEST) and currently Vice Chancellor of the Federal University Ndufu-Alike Ikwo (FUNAI).
‘Access to forex, market regulations will aid foreign direct investments’
Pascal Brière is the President of Biogaran, a French firm leading in generic medicines and new owners of Swiss Pharma Limited (Swipha).
Gauer : Common fight against Boko Haram has brought Nigeria and France closer
I will say that over the last years, the relationship between Nigeria and France has been very positive. We have always had good economic relationship and France has positive presence in Nigeria - in the oil sector, cement sector, construction and also in other sectors.
Private varsities must invest in knowledge and character, says Anchor VC Afolayan
As a university that is faith-based, the time of take off was divine. We have not less than 90 students on our record, which is a good start for a new university, especially as this is the second week of our academic activities.
‘Our target is to modernise factories through access to new equipments’
Dele Alimi is the Managing Director of Clarion Events West Africa, one of the organizers of this year’s Nigeria Manufacturing Expo (NME).
‘How insurance sector can add value to the wellbeing of Nigerians amid recession’
Legal practitioner, Godson Ugochukwu, is the chairman of the newly reconstituted Board of Guinea Insurance Plc, one of the sector’s top firms in the country. He spoke to journalists on the challenges hampering the insurance sector’s growth and what must be done to make it viable. He also unfolded the board’s plans to boost growth…
How I was inspired to study pharmacy, by Igwilo
West Africa’s first female Professor of Pharmacy, Mrs. Cecilia Ihuoma Igwilo, was recently conferred with ‘Distinguished Professor’ award by the University Lagos during its 2016 Convocation Ceremonies. In this interview, she takes TOBI AWODIPE through the journey of her life and academic odyssey, providing nuggets for young aspiring pharmacists and youths who want to excel…
Ambode: Bus reform initiative will make Lagos safer, comfortable for all
In Oshodi, as much as I want to regenerate Oshodi to be a fantastic place, I have paid almost N700million to the traders and people there and you know what, they actually don’t have legal occupancy.