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Cowry Treasurers has launched its new Mutual Funds designed to offer the advantages of liquidity from the ease of subscription to redemption of units as well as capital preservation.
Despite the rising economic challenges in the country, underwriting firm, Capital Express Assurance, improved its total assets to N12.858 billion in the year 2021, compared to N11.95 billion
To hold that Nigeria is in a dire strait economically and that its next president has an unenviable task to fix it, is an understatement. Besides the electorate expecting an end to challenges of insecurity...
Concerted warnings by some multilateral organisations on the ominous food crisis in Africa and other developing countries are genuine and should not be unduly politicised or undermined as the signs of a food crisis...
A new study in Nigeria and some other low and middle-income countries has revealed that effective tools and techniques for progress monitoring are essential if government must address learning gaps that have widened during the pandemic.
Ahead of the 2022 Africa Soft Power (ASP) Summit in Kigali, Rwanda, leading stakeholders across Africa’s creative and knowledge industries have called for increased collaboration towards advancement of the continent’s creative...
Nigeria is among the very few countries with all-encompassing interests as the draw ceremonies for this year’s Women Africa Cup of Nations and the qualification series for next year’s African Nations Championship hold in Morocco, tomorrow.
The Chief Consultant of Biodun Adedipe Associates, Dr. Biodun Adedipe has advised the insurance and pension industries to explore opportunities created by the COVID-19 Pandemic to grow the two sectors.
To make the sector more productive, the President of the Commonwealth Association of Surveying and Land Economy (CASLE), Segun Ajanlekoko, has advised architects, quantity surveyors and other professionals in the construction...
Somebody asked me another but related question – One year into the COVID-19 response in Nigeria, what are Nigeria’s best practices and lessons learned? I wish one could talk of best practices in Nigeria.
On September 16, 2021, The Guardian Newspaper published my article for a generic lay audience on what everyone should know from a specialist public health, preventive and social medicine (otherwise also called community medicine) person like me, concerning the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Country Manager, WorldRemit Nigeria, Gbenga Okejimi, has declared that access to quality education is imperative to equip people with requisite skills and knowledge required