Auto plants may shut down amid poor sales
The other day, operators in the automotive sector were reported to have cried out that low demand for their products might cause them to shut down their operations.
IOCs should work with government to check insecurity, says Membere-Otaji
As you know, Nigeria, especially Port Harcourt, is almost dependent on oil and gas. Every business directly or indirectly is impacted by the oil and gas business.
Nigeria-Britain group seeks entrepreneurial revolution to grow economy
Speaking at the event, the Founder, Centre for Values in Leadership (CVL) Nigeria, Prof. Pat Utomi said the economic recession should not be seen as a problem, but as an opportunity to develop the country.
Lagos architects seek relevance in urban regeneration
Spurred by the need to renew the processes in the built environment, the Lagos State Chapter of the Nigerian Institute of Architect, has embarked on innovative strategies to recreate the practice in line with the present day realities.
Travails, challenges of female hawkers
The worsening economic conditions in the country have contributed to widening the pool of young hawkers in the state, especially female, both old and those of school-age.
Depression, Lagos lagoon and the allure of suicide
Barely a few days after a Lagos based medical practitioner, Dr. Allwell Orji, committed suicide by jumping into the Lagos Lagoon, the police recently rescued two women who attempted to jump into the Lagoon from the Third Mainland.
Buy or make – Does Nigeria have a choice?
The ‘buy or make’ threat to Nigeria’s economic survival remains deep in the backburner, far from policy discourses and from such a resolution as will unlock massive job creation.
Ajimobi urges Nigerians to be patient with government
For the Governor, Nigerians should be patient with the government of Buhari, adding, “there is no great country today that had not in the past experienced economic recession. Nigeria will certainly get out of it.”