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4 May 2020
With millions working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are fears among realtors that many companies could continue to cut costs and spend less on renting office space after the health crisis.
28 Jan 2019
A former President, Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV), Emeka Onuorah has blamed government’s interference for its dwindling professional fortunes.  Speaking on “The Estate Surveyor and Valuer in Peril: Challenges and Prospects” at the 25th John Wood Ekpeyong memorial lecture and induction of 28 new fellows in Abuja, he listed other factors inhibiting…

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The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Anambra branch, has expressed concern over the rising cases of kidnap, especially of its members in the state. The body, in a statement made available to journalists in Awka on Wednesday, called on Gov. Chukwuma Soludo and security agencies in Anambra to take more proactive measures to stem the ugly…
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As a sign of commitment to promptly honour its debts obligations always, Nigeria has redeemed its 300 million dollars diaspora bond which matured on June 27. This is according to a statement by the Debt Management Office (DMO) on its website on Tuesday. The DMO said that the diaspora bond was issued on June 27,…
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The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), has started the demolition of over 100 buildings constructed on waterways at Dutse Makaranta, a populated suburb in Bwari Area Council. Mr Ikharo Attah, the Senior Special Assistant to FCT Minister on Monitoring, Inspection and Enforcement, led the demolition team to the area on Wednesday. Attah said the demolition…
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Beijing on Thursday slammed NATO over a "completely futile" warning in which the group said for the first time in a guiding blueprint that China's power challenges the military alliance. The response came after NATO's strategic concept, published at a summit in Madrid, said Beijing's stated ambitions and coercive policies challenged its interests, security and…
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Sri Lanka should stamp out corruption and substantially raise taxes to rescue its economy, the International Monetary Fund said Thursday after bailout talks with the bankrupt island nation. Representatives from the global lender of last resort have just concluded a 10-day visit to the capital Colombo to map out a resolution to the South Asian…