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29 Nov
The Federal Government has now with the deployment of the MPI measurement tool and these findings placed in the hands of State Governors, LGA Councilors, the Legislature, the Private sector, and other key stakeholders,
1 Nov
From Nigeria to Kenya and South Africa to Libya, dozens of life-changing and investable projects have been curated and lined up for boardroom discussions and, possibly, deal-making at this year’s African Investment Forum
9 Jun
Pfizer announced its new commitment to providing vaccines, both current and future vaccines, on a non-profit basis to 1.2 billion people living in the 45 lower-income countries
8 Jun
The impact of inflation on supply chain and logistics operations has remained evident for several months going back to the middle of 2021 and recently this year, escalated by the war in Ukraine. In a state of reduced supply, companies had to raise their prices, creating the inflationary predicament we are in now.
25 May
Vice President (VP), Yemi Osinbajo, has reassured Nigerians of his readiness to sustain and improve on President Muhammadu Buhari’s development policies and programmes if elected.
8 Apr
The newly appointed National President of Eko Boys High School Old Boys Association (EKOBA), Kayode Olawunmi Eliot, has urged the Lagos government to allow the association
14 Feb
Mr Tope Fasua, an economist has urged governments at all levels to contribute to and increase its projected funding of N49.7 trillion target in the National Development Plan (NDP 2021-2025).
7 Feb
The consistent clarion call for the holistic restructuring of the current contraption called Nigeria, before the attention-grabbing 2023 general elections
26 Jan
Speakers at the UK-Africa Investment Conference have stated that Nigeria and other African nations need to establish and reinforce their infrastructure to make the goals of the Africa Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) realisable.
22 Nov 2021
A Nigerian professionals group outside the shores of the country, Omituntun Initiative in the Diaspora (OID), has passed a vote of confidence on the Oyo State Governor, Mr Seyi Makinde
30 Oct 2021
Gov. Yahaya Bello of Kogi, on Friday, said that ”a truly free and vibrant press is more powerful than the three traditional Arms of government combined.”
29 Oct 2021
Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has presented N196, 353,468,505.10 proposed budget for 2022 before the state House of Assembly for legislative approval.

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