‘Institutional investors should not think twice before funding women…’
I was born in Nigeria and started primary school in Chrisland and did one year of secondary school in Atlantic Hall, Lagos, but I was sent to a boarding...
Engineers tasked on mentorship, support for female practitioners
The new president of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Babagana Mohammed, has urged established professionals to groom young engineers. Such gesture, he said, was important so that the young graduates would be job creators for themselves and others.
Awosika condemns excessive acquisition of wealth
Chairman of First Bank Plc., Ibukun Awosika, has enjoined Nigerians to shun excessive acquisition of wealth, describing it as worthless.
The Platform highlights national development, productivity
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…
Appeal Court sets aside N17 billion judgement against Awosika, Adeduntan
The Appeal Court, Lagos Division has set aside a Federal High Court judgement, which convicted Chairman of First Bank Nigeria Plc, Ibukun Awosika...
God Calling set to hit cinemas, churches December 21
At a time when the moral and ethical standards of our society are being heavily influenced by entertainment, and the Church is seen to be struggling to be part of the conversation among young people, Heart In Motion (HIM) studios brings an inspirational movie which looks at family and faith through the lens of an…
Experts urge entrepreneurs to invest in sustainable businesses
Business experts have urged aspiring and existing entrepreneurs to invest in sustainable businesses that can attract investment and scale regionally and globally.The experts spoke at the ‘Business of the Business’ fair, powered by DIYLaw Technologies...
Awosika, Ezekwesili advocate good governance, youths’ inclusiveness
Chairman of First Bank of Nigeria (FBN), Mrs. Ibukun Awosika, has identified ethno-centrism as the main problem of the country.She said that if Nigeria sees itself as one entity and works for the common good of all, irrespective of ethnic differences, there would be development and progress.
Aishah Ahmad, Ibukun Awosika, Betty Irabor, others share inspiring stories at ‘To my younger self’ book launch
It was a mega gathering of prominent business leaders and professionals in the country at the official launch of the book, To My Younger Self, which took place at Rele Gallery in Lagos last weekend.