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25 Jun 2015
AS the controversy over payments of salaries of local government workers continues with members of the National Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE) embarking on rallies across the three senatorial districts in Edo state, Governor Adams Oshiomhole has said that Local Government Councils must meet their obligations as specified in the constitution adding that the state government would assist the Local Governments in re-engineering their finances in order to meet their obligations to their workers.
25 Jun 2015
IN a bid to ensure that youths are gainfully employed after graduation, Honeywell Flour Mills Plc has given youths in the country the opportunity to showcase their talents in order to make them self reliant.
25 Jun 2015
TO enhance the welfare of dockworkers and boost productivity at the nation’s seaports, terminal operators under the aegis of the Seaport Terminal Operators Association of Nigeria (STOAN) have signed an agreement with the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) to increase the wages of dockworkers.
24 Jun 2015
The Nigerian currency, Naira[/caption]THE Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS) has stated that currency derivatives are very efficient risk management instruments, even as the institute applauded plans by the Nigerian Stock Exchange NSE to commence trading in derivatives.
24 Jun 2015
In a bid to celebrate leadership, innovation, and creativity in quality management in Africa, African Quality Institute in collaboration with IBMN Integrated Services, has concluded plans to hold this year’s edition of quality achievement awards in the continent.
23 Jun 2015
WITH fresh 400 qualified welders, Nigeria now has 1,500 welders that have international certification, the Executive Secretary of Petroleum Technology Development Fund (PTDF), Olufemi Ajayi has disclosed.
23 Jun 2015
THE Permanent Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity, Dr Clement Illoh, has insisted that Kashim Akor is the authentic Director General (DG) of the National Productivity Centre (NPC).
23 Jun 2015
THE Director General, Nigeria Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr Patrick Akpobolokemi has been conferred with doctorate degree by the University of Portharcourt (Uniport) Akpobolokemi, who bagged his Doctor of Philosophy alongside 38 others, earned his degree in Strategic Marketing Initiatives and Business Performance of Nigeria Maritime Sub Sector from the Management Sciences Faculty.
23 Jun 2015
THE Federal Government has commended the appointment of a Nigerian, Shola Taylor as the Secretary-General of the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organization (CTO) and urged Taylor to use the position to mobilize international support for effective and accelerated implementation of its National Broadband Plan.
23 Jun 2015
As Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of National Standards Bodies (NSBs) in Africa meet today for the African Organisation for Standardization’s (ARSO) President’s Forum in Abuja, key issues of expanding membership, harmonising standards and strengthening the continent’s anti-dumping policies, will form part of key discussions of the leaders.
23 Jun 2015
Taofiq Adele of the Legislative Department of the Lagos State House of Assembly has emerged as the Chairman, Parliamentary Staff Association of Nigeria (PASAN), Lagos State Chapter.    
23 Jun 2015
WOMEN in Logistics and Transport (WILAT), the women wing of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has concluded plans to honour some female transporters during its third Women in Logistics and Transport Day in Lagos on Thursday.

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