The trouble with bond yields and changing investors’ appetite
Indeed, the secondary market segment of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) that is supposed to excite issuers and spur primary market activities for IPOs have witnessed fewer activities in the last few years.
Kachikwu/Baru: Where NNPC management goofed
Nigeria, as it is today, is a troubled country. As appropriately captured by Peter Cunliffe-Jones in his book: My Nigeria: Five decades of Independence, this troubled giant of Africa, vast in size, rich in contrast, and vibrant in citizenry, is a country full of hurts.
New life springs forth in Kubuqi desert
In a world where bare-faced capitalism has become the cornerstone of businesses and governmental entities, the Kubuqi model is a testimony to the fact a business can thrive while genuinely empowering its host community.
Scaling up mental health in workplace
Globally, more than 300 million people suffer from depression, the leading cause of disability, with many of these people also suffering from symptoms of anxiety. More than 260 million are living with anxiety disorders.
‘NIM proud of its numerous contributions to nation building’
It is my honour and pleasure to welcome you all to this year’s Annual National Management Conference of our great Institute. I am most delighted to see that you all left other issues competing for your time and attention to be here. Thank you for coming.
Police roadblocks and politics of sanitising highways
Ordinarily, the sight of the Nigeria Police on the roads should, at every point in time, usher in the feeling of relief and the assurance that one’s life and property are well protected.But incidentally, the contrary has been the case all over the country....
Strengthening the national bond amid agitations
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Arewa Youths Congress (AYC), O’dua Peoples Congress (OPC) and Niger Delta youths in a five-day training to douse tension in the country and foster a stronger, indivisible country.
How to reduce cholera-related deaths
Experts are unanimous that cholera can be prevented with improved sanitation and drinking water hygiene, factors, which have been responsible for the eradication of the illness in England for over a century.