Dr Okechukwu Enelamah
Nigeria, Canada revisit trade agreement to boost ties
The governments of Nigeria and Canada have commenced moves to revive a stalled bilateral agreement between both countries during a courtesy visit of the new Canadian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Philip Baker to the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr. Okechukwu Enelamah in Abuja recently. Baker, who expressed delight to be in Nigeria after…
FG unveils code of corporate governance for 2019
The Federal Government has formally unveiled the nation’s code of corporate governance for 2019. Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, who unveiled the code yesterday in Abuja, assured Nigerians that its full implementation would promote corporate success and economic growth, lower cost of capital and help minimize wastage and corruption in the country. He said that with…
Institute set to drive innovative marketing
In line with modern marketing practices, the National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN) is poised to impact members with relevant knowledge, trends, and development needed to excel in marketing comparable to their counterparts across the globe, president, Mr. Tony Agenmonmen, assured members during a dinner to induct new fellows in Lagos recently. He said…
Minister commissions initiative to boost employment generation
The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Dr. Okechukwu Enelamah has commissioned the Shade Tree Youth Empowerment Initiative (STYEI) in Kaduna, describing it as an employer of labour capable of taking jobless youths out of the streets. The initiative, specifically designed to empower Nigerian youth, particularly within the automotive industry was part of the Corporate…
Maritime stakeholders to brainstorm on cargo handling charges
All is set for a one-day town hall meeting on “Cargo Handling and Port Charges” scheduled to hold in Lagos, to evaluate the state of port operations, quality of services and the factors that determine appropriate cargo handling charges.
Government to revive commodity exchange, seals equity deal with NSIA
The Federal Government has completed arrangements to inject the approved strategic equity investment by the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) in the Nigeria Commodity Exchange (NCX) for a period of up to five years.
Government seeks private sector participation in revamping economy
Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment (FMITI) has sought private sector participation in mobilising resources for economic development as government’s spending insufficient to revamp the economy.
BoI disburses N95 billion to 400 enterprises in H2 2016
In line with its commitments to rev up its operations in support of Federal Government’s policies and programmes as well as those of state governments partnering with the bank ...
Ownership status of Independence Building rattles Federal Ministry
The state of comatose has further thickens cloud of uncertainty over this monument, which should have been a major revenue to the nation, if not abandoned and left unoccupied by either its owners.