Saturday, 2nd December 2023


5 Oct
Experts in transport development, under the auspices of the Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) commission, yesterday, said it was possible for governors, stakeholders and other partners to achieve 4,000 kilometres of railway across the region in four years.
19 Sep
• Says appointees are best brains, hands The Director-General of Development Agenda for Western Nigeria {DAWN} Commission, Mr. Seye Oyeleye, yesterday, warned against reading nepotism to the appointments of Yemi Cardoso as the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria; Zacch Adedeji as the boss of the First Inland Revenue Service {FIRS} and Wale Edun…
13 Sep
Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission has appealed to Yoruba self-determination and socio-political advocates to focus on advocating true federalism, noting that Yoruba nation is better off within the Nigerian state.
7 May
For years, adequate and reliable power supply as well as an effective rail transportation system have been identified among the crucial factors stunting Nigeria’s industrialisation.
28 Apr
The Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission, yesterday, began moves to boost the economy of the South-West through efficient power supply and effective rail transport within the region.
18 Apr
The Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission and Oodua People’s Congress (OPC) New Era, yesterday, urged the President-elect, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, to adopt non-kinetic approach and address social challenges besetting the country to tackle insecurity.
23 Mar
The Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission, yesterday, lauded President Muhammadu Buhari for assenting to constitutional amendment bills that removed electricity generation and railway from the Exclusive Legislative List.
21 Feb
Director-General, Development Agenda for Western Nigeria (DAWN) Commission, Seye Oyeleye, has called on the South West electorate to focus on the region’s security and sustainability as they go to the poll on Saturday to elect a new president.


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Summit University Offa, Kwara State, has announced its historic maiden combined  convocation ceremonies, which will hold from Wednesday, December 6 to Saturday, December 9, 2023.
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Popular kids’ channel, Nickelodeon, has unveiled a fresh brand identity paying attention to its playful history.
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As part of efforts to equip students in public schools for a better future, M.A.D.E project has designed a programme with empowered teenagers in public school using the power of music, arts, dance, among others. The project is a mentorship initiative of the H2:14 global mission and aims to empower over one million teenagers in…
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Sa’ad A. Jijji, the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (Ag.) of Pension Alliance Limited (PAL PFA), is a 1995 graduate of Business Administration from Ahmadu Bello University as well a 2009 MBA graduate from University of Oxford. He is also a member Institute of Directors of Nigeria (IOD). His 26 years working career spans across many sectors of the economy starting in 1997 as one of the pioneer staff of Intercellular Limited, a Telco Operator. Sa’ad later switched to Banking with Citibank Nigeria all in Lagos. In 2004, Sa’ad opened MTN Kaduna Office as Manager. A year later, he was promoted to Regional Manager, based in Abuja, in charge of Northern Nigeria. In 2008, he was moved to MTN Head Office as National Customer Intelligence Manager, strategizing for the company’s then 50 million customers.
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The Nigerian sports industry is an integral part of the nation’s economy and cultural heritage. Unfortunately, despite the fact that the country has produced world-renowned sports legends, who have brought pride to Nigeria on the global stage, the industry is still largely plagued by myriad of problems. The list is endless; from insufficient funding for sports development, lack of direct support from government, poor welfare package for both active and retired sportsmen/women, scarcity of qualified coaches, high rate of unskilled and unqualified coaches, lack of adequate sports infrastructures, poor maintenance of sports facilities, lack of investment in sports infrastructure development, to inadequate sports technology and equipment. 
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The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), has urged governments across the world to unleash the power of grassroots communities to lead the fight to end AIDS. A new report launched Friday by UNAIDS - Let Communities Lead, showed that AIDS can be ended as a public health threat by 2030 if communities on…
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Mr. John Anim is a proven ardent manager of people and resources in different capacities. Before becoming the Managing Director/CEO of Platform Petroleum Limited in 2021, he was the Petroleum Engineering Manager, leading and delivering on asset-related corporate targets and ensuring prudent, cost-effective, and optimal operation of the company’s assets.
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Professor Ahmed bin Salawudeen, FIIN, FCIB, FCALM, PH. D, ACII (London), is an exemplary Insurance industry leader and Real Estate maverick with over 40 years’ experience spanning global markets.
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>The Kano branch of the All Progressives Congress Youth Business Community (APC-YBCK) has dragged Governor Abba Yusuf to the United Nations for allegedly threatening the judiciary.
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The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Bashir Adewale Adeniyi, has inaugurated new chairpersons and members of the four Customs companies board.