In Aba, firm pledges support for Nigeria’s industrialisation drive
Managing Director of Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG) Company, Ed Ubong, yesterday, declared that the company would sustain its commitment to Nigeria’s industrialisation drive
How new technologies can aid industrialisation, diversification
The Director-General, Raw Materials Research and Development Council, RMRDC, Prof. Hussaini Ibrahim, has said the manufacturing industry stands
Axxela re-affirms commitment to West Africa’s Industrialisation
Axxela Limited, sub-Saharan Africa’s preferred fast-growing gas & power portfolio company, has underlined its commitment to the region’s industrialization
Engineers seek FG’s investment in industrialisation
Against the backdrop of the vital roles of engineers in nation-building, the Nigerian Institution of Mechanical Engineers ((NIMechE)) has restated the need for the federal government to increase its investment
Ogun targets revamped industrialisation, economic development
The Ogun State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun has said his administration’s policies will improve prosperity and increase the industrial revolution in the state.
Don charts path to industrialisation of Abia
Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic, at the Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State, Prof. Maduebibisi Ofo Iwe, has posited that for the state to totally return to its position in commerce and industry, stakeholders would come together, discuss and agree on issues of insecurity.
African leaders proffer solutions to continent’s industrialisation challenge
President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, in Abuja, said that Nigeria had liberalised its energy policy on power generation and distribution to allow investors generate power and sell to willing buyers, as opposed to the old, centralised practice where energy generators were obliged to produce and pool energy in the national grid for distribution nationwide.
Solving Nigeria’s beef problem
You can kill a cow in Argentina and have the beef eaten in Europe. That is, the beef can travel around 13,000 km from one place to the other to be eaten. This might sound like a simple point but can a cow be killed in Kano today and eaten in Lagos? In the debate about cows, herdsmen, and Rugas
Government predicts gas price fall, higher demand by 2027
With stakeholders expressing concerns about the price of natural gas in the domestic market, the Federal Government has said convergence of factors such as government intervention, inauguration of OB3, NNPC’s Seven Critical Gas Projects, and other upstream gas investment should lead to fall in domestic gas price. Besides, the government also projected an increase…
Now that Nigeria has decided
The Presidential and National Assembly election conducted last weekend was never a process that promised to end peacefully. But despite the anxiety that greeted the exercise, the nation pulled through when the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declared the incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari as winner of the election. Tension seemed high but all of it…