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26 Sep
September is always a fresh start for children across Nigeria. It is known as the time for children to resume back to school, and they often need new educational materials like school uniforms, notebooks, school bags, textbooks, and even new shoes. These materials are provided by parents and guardians of these children because they understand…
17 Sep
This September, OctaFX has launched the latest phase of its ambitious advertising campaign in Nigeria. Start trading now and enter a generous giveaway. Don’t miss a chance of winning! Few months ago, OctaFX ran its #DuallifewithOctaFX challenge. The task was to make a short video about how you manage to live a dual life and…
31 Jul
A Non Governmental organisation, Vincent Tobi Foundation has changed the life of an indigent in Warri, Delta state, in a continuous mission to support Nigerians living below the poverty line. On the foundation’s recent outreach, a brand new vehicle was donated to a family in Warri after a housewife Mrs Favour Ejegi made contact to…
26 Jul
In furtherance of its efforts to support communities and governments to cushion the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in the country, The Coca-Cola System in Nigeria, comprising Nigerian Bottling Company Limited (NBC) and Coca-Cola Nigeria Ltd, has donated business start-up equipment to women and youths in communities in Aba, Abia State and Port Harcourt in…
20 Jul
Victor Moore Foundation (VMF), a non-profit body that sponsors children from low-income homes and marginalized communities, is set for launch. The establishment was founded by Besidonne Moore in memory of her father Victor A. Moore. The organization has two major areas of focus - educational support and access to skills - which define the scope…
5 Jul
The global Forex broker OctaFX partnered with ‘Keeping It Real’ to tackle the challenge of supporting Nigeria’s disadvantaged children. The Ramadan-inspired initiative aims at improving literacy in several regions of the country. Ramadan is always the season of charity, and the last Ramadan in this sense was special for many.  With this in mind, the…
30 Apr 2020
As the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus pandemic) takes an intense twist, with its prevalent negative effect on individuals, households, businesses and health systems, leading financial services provider, First City Monument Bank (FCMB), is stepping up the tempo of its interventions through various humanitarian gestures. As a caring and responsive Bank, FCMB has ensured the stability of…
23 Apr 2020
Over the years Access Bank’s sustainability goals have bordered on several organisational policies including Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The idea of CSR  was set into motion to integrate social and environmental goals into a company’s business. This is based on the fact that CSR drives for loyalty with customers, engagement with employees and positive public…
27 Mar 2020
I feel great. There is so much going on in the world, but I am confident that this will pass. I’m taking all the necessary precautions prescribed by healthcare organisations, and ensuring my family, friends and team are taking this pandemic seriously.
27 Feb 2020
Lafarge Africa Plc, a leading cement manufacturing company has recently rewarded its customers during its Customer Award event held at the Lagos Continental Hotel Victoria Island, Lagos. The event was an opportunity for the company to reward its high performing customers in 2019 while also commemorating its 60th Anniversary celebration. The company’s customers across Nigeria…
10 Feb 2020
As a way of stemming the spread of HIV as well as neglected tropical diseases in Africa, Access Bank Plc in partnership with HACEY Health Initiative, a the EndFund and the Nigeria Business Coalition against AIDs, held a free screening session for participants of the recently held Access Bank Lagos City Marathon. Speaking on the…
8 Nov 2019
The 4th edition of Art X, West Africa’s Premier International Art Fair, took place in Lagos last weekend and, indeed, those passionate about art were delighted to witness the scale of talented artists curated at the three-day event.
12 Oct 2019
It has been said, that “women and Corporate Social Responsibility go hand-in-hand” (source: www.triplepundit.com) and, indeed, women can be key drivers of change in the corporate world.

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