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24 Nov
A non-profit organisation, Africa Policy Conversations (AFPC), has taken the lead to facilitate conversations across African countries to drive viable and significant policy reforms, infrastructure improvements,...
29 Nov 2019
If properly harnessed, Nigeria’s creative industry can add over 40 per cent revenue yearly to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
15 Oct 2018
Lawyers under the auspices of Firma Advisory, at the weekend, held a sensitisation workshop on Freedom of Information Act (FOI) for representatives of grassroots and security agencies.

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QNET Regional Manager for Sub-Sahara Africa, Biram Fall, yesterday, described honesty and transparency as key attributes needed by Nigerian youths, with an entrepreneurial spirit, if they are to succeed in venturing into the direct selling industry.
22 mins ago
With less than 15 days to the general elections Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC has said politicians planning to hire thugs to snatch Bimodal Voter Registration Systems, (BVAS) and manipulate the process were simply wasting their time. The commission said BVAS snatched on election day by thugs would be deactivated. INEC's Deputy Director of Information…
41 mins ago
The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has secured the conviction of a former Permanent Secretary, Peter Ayeni and Director of Finance and Account, Pius Ojemolon at the Edo State Universal Basic Education Board (ESUBEB), over allegations bordering on fraud, conspiracy and abuse of office.
1 hour ago
Coordinator of, the Commonwealth Students Association, Precious Ebere, has proffered solutions to the increasing number of Nigerian students leaving the country to study abroad, stressing the need for the Federal Government to develop targeted policies and initiatives to attract and prevent Nigerian students from studying abroad.
3 hours ago
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, yesterday, announced a 50 per cent slash in the fare of all state-run commercial vehicles for the next one week.