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28 Jan 2019
In apparent bid to overcome obstacles limiting Federal Government’s ease of doing business in the real estate sector, global experts and bigwigs met in Lagos at the weekend to review its implementation in the industry. They agreed that the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business index has impacted positively on the market, but a lot…
17 Oct 2018
The slow growth seen in Nigeria’s Information Technology (IT) market, is posing serious challenge to the West African IT ecosystem expansion.
27 Jul 2018
Nova Merchant Bank Limited has announced the adoption of a new banking solution, the Intellect Digital Core (IDC) Banking platform to boost its operations and enhance its product offerings to its customers.
20 Jun 2018
Shipment of mobile phones to Nigeria in quarter one fell by 6.4 per cent, owing to two identified challenges of expensive broadband rates and slow Internet connectivity.
22 May 2016
Choristers at the Ikeja Deanery Choir (IDC), comprising the Parish choirs of 10 Catholic Churches in Lagos, have described music as a necessity for life.

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Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo of a Lagos Special Offences Court, Ikeja, has exonerated former Managing Director of American International Insurance Company (AIICO) Capital Limited, a subsidiary of AIICO Plc., Lanre Fabunmi, of stealing and dishonestly converting N1.7 billion belonging to the firm. Others acquitted with him are: Onome Odometa, Olajumoke Akano and Olabode Ogunlere. The trial…
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The Federal Government has pledged to improve the welfare of Nigerian workers as the country marked its 62nd independence.
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