Stock market’s indices dip further by 0.5%
Equity transactions sustained sliding profile for the fifth consecutive trading sessions, occasioned by heavy profit taking, causing the All-Share Index (ASI) to plummet further by 0.5 per cent. Specifically, at the close of transactions yesterday, ASI shed 162.52 absolute points, representing a decline of 0.48 per cent to close at 33,449.17 points, while the market…
Leaders are responsible for crises in parties, says UAC
The Convener, United Action for Change (UAC), Dr. Muiz Banire, (SAN) has called for intra-party democracy groupings to move the nation forward and end the crises in most groupings. Banire lamented that most political parties in the country lacked internal structure, thus frustrating the democratic system in recent years.
Senate stakeholders debate benefits of ECOWAS trade protocols
The Senate Committee on Customs has continually made a case for the country to opt out of the Economic Community of West African States...
Nigerian fruits: why are the days gone? - Part 2
Then there is the whole business of plant medicine and pharmaceuticals, which I have dealt with in an earlier piece.
Michael Onajirhevbe Ibru (1930-2016)
As the late patriarch of the illustrious Ibru clan and businessman extra-ordinaire, Olorogun Michael Christopher Onajirhevbe Ibru, embarks on his journey to eternity ...
Amid recession, UACN releases positive Q3 financial report
Amid the gory economic times, UAC of Nigeria PLC has unveiled an enchanting 2016 Quarter 3 financial result.
Between public relations and propaganda
The growth of Public Relations in recent years has been described as “explosive.” Among top companies in Nigeria today, 95 per cent have public relations departments or “corruptly” ...
Suit against UAC for hearing Oct 17
Justice Bashua of the Lagos High Court, Ikeja would on October 17 hear the suit filed against UAC Properties Development Company (UPDC) and UAC of Nigeria Plc over alleged property trespass by an estate development firms.