The African reform is an initiative of the African Heads of States who feel that the organisation is not totally fit for purpose and requires restructuring and reforms.
‘Competition leads to higher productivity’
The Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award (NHEA) is an annual event, which celebrates distinguished personalities, and organisations, who have contributed immensely to the growth of the Nigerian Healthcare Sector. The fourth edition is scheduled for today at the Eko Hotel and Suites.
‘Finland partnering Nigeria on smart cities’
It is, of course, a heavy responsibility, but the sectors are, at the same time, also mutually reinforcing. As Minister for Nordic Cooperation, I want to see progress in joint Nordic efforts in the business sector.
Adegbite: We have made Ogun number one investors’ choice for ease of business
Ogun State Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Olamilekan Adegbite, and his Information and Strategy counterpart, Dayo Adeneye offered insights into the state government’s giant strides in infrastructural development and road construction...
Why senate should amend TETFund law, by Afe Babalola
The major problem is funding. Funding is the problem of both federal and state universities and to some extent private universities. However, the effect of poor funding is more pronounced with state universities.
Regulators should be enhancers rather than killers of businesses, says Dozie
Corporate Governance is what I call corporate enhancing which helps you increase the RAFT that is Responsibility, Accountability, Fairness and Transparency.
‘Government must divest its interest in hospitals’
Most of the hospitals people go abroad are not government hospitals, they are private hospitals. Here in Nigeria, private hospitals are one-man business. We need to restructure the healthcare system to make it attractive for investors.
Why we are organising national marketing summit
As we are graduating into the end of the second quarter of the year, the industry is just picking up in terms of marketing activities. Some advertisers are about to start their financial year.
UNFPA: Situation in Northeast still volatile
The truth is that these girls went through violence. Their rights have been violated. They are violated physically, emotionally, sexually and the likes. They have been traumatised, and they lost part of their childhood, being under captivity, treated as slaves.
‘Amendment of Nigeria LNG Act will hinder investments in gas sector’
The House of Representatives recently passed into law “A bill for an Act to amend the Nigerian LNG (Fiscal incentive, Guarantees and Assurances) to make its statutory contribution to the Niger Delta...
‘Tobacco industry frustrating enforcement of appropriate laws in Nigeria’
It took almost a decade for Nigeria to have a supposedly comprehensive National Tobacco Control Act (NTCA). That law itself has some limitations. But we have a law that one can use to reduce smoking influence in our country and check the onslaught that the tobacco industry....