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19 Nov 2019
The number of women entrepreneurs that are creating employment, fostering economic growth and social cohesion have been on a steady rise in the last few decades.
13 Nov 2019
As Nigeria millennial takes a larger per cent of the global workforce, they have been urged to explore sustainable ideas and projects to enhance growth.
10 Nov 2019
Migration experts have called on the Federal Government to increase the retention rate of professionals to avoid brain drain and optimise brain gain in the country.
8 Oct 2019
Professor Oluranti Ogunbiyi of the Department of Language Arts and Social Science Education (LASSED), Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo, yesterday canvassed language liberality to promote unity and sustainable development in Nigeria.
10 Jul 2019
Though the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) aspires towards deepening the integration of the African continent beyond merely a free trade area, latest trade report has argued for the need to make competition, industrial policies and property rights work well. According to the ninth edition of the flagship Assessing Regional Integration in Africa report…
7 Jul 2019
Pan-Africanism and the Forging of a New African Identity in the 21st Century was the theme of the 2019 conference organised by the Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilisation (CBAAC). The two-day conference, which held recently in Abuja, in collaboration with the Department of History and Diplomatic Studies, University of Abuja, brought together…
7 Jul 2019
Country Director, Helen Keller International, Philomena Orji has called on state governments to engage school children in sporting activities, as it would aid their academic performance. Orji, speaking at the Healthy Champions Sports Festival, organised by Helen Keller International, in collaboration with Ikeja Local Government Education Authority and Mondelez International, said participating in physical exercise…
7 Jul 2019
The Ogidi Day celebration, a cultural festival of Ogidi people of Kogi State has continued to draw both local and foreign participation. The cultural fiesta, which started in 2007, has become a rallying point for the people and has attracted development to their area, as well as boost the economy. Once again on June 15,…
8 May 2019
Head of Election Observer Mission of the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa (EISA), former President Goodluck Jonathan, has expressed confidence in South Africa’s elections. He stressed that his position was based on what the group has observed so far. Speaking to the SABC News at the Independent Electoral Commission’s Results Operation Centre in…
2 May 2019
The 2019 edition of The Platform was held at the Covenant Place, Iganmu, Lagos, yesterday, with the Chairman Board of Directors of First Bank of Nigeria, Ibukun Awosika, stressing the need for national unity. The theme of the event was ‘The Drivers, Enablers and Obstacles to our Growth.’ Awosika, whose speech was greeted by a…
23 Apr 2019
The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), has called for the immediate review of Nigeria’s automotive policy in line with its limitations to drive investments, development, create jobs, and boost the economy. It noted that the policy initiated by former President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration in 2013, not only failed to achieve the desired result,…
13 Jan 2019
Paul Enenche is a medical doctor, founder and senior pastor of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre with headquarters in Abuja. In this interview with KINGSLEY JEREMIAH, Enenche spoke about the church’s newly dedicated auditorium, adjudged the biggest in the world. He also discussed critical issues in Nigeria, particularly challenges facing Christians, the need to tackle…

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