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23 Mar 2018
It is an unquestionable fact that most information and communications technology infrastructure are located in Lagos which also happens to be headquarters for most operators in that space. The position of Lagos as the nation’s commercial nerve centre may have led to this scenario as most businesses and multinational companies have their operational headquarters in…
7 Feb 2018
Dreamfield Farms Limited has called on government at all levels to deploy adequate storage facilities ‎at strategic points across the country to prevent food wastage.   The Chief Executive Officer,‎ Dreamfield Farms Limited, Roland Omorosemi, explained that Nigerian farmers lose more than half of their farm produce due to lack of proper storage facilities.  …
21 Dec 2017
The Federal Executive Council (FEC) ‎in their extraordinary meeting Wednesday approved N377.53 billion for the development of infrastructure, which includes roads, power, education, water and health among others across the country. This is coming barely few days to 2018 and after members sat for over six hours considering half of the memos brought to the…
14 Dec 2017
Gov. Ibukunle Amosun of Ogun on Thursday said that the state would likely access the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) with bond issuance for infrastructure development. Amosun said this at the exchange while addressing market participants in Lagos. The governor led a delegation of his administration to the NSE to begin initial discussions for possible bond…
29 Sep 2016
The keynote speaker and Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi, observed that the provision of necessary infrastructure such as constant power, quality roads, efficient railways, inland waterways...
7 Sep 2016
The Federal Government’s budget for the year 2016 is N6.06 trillion. Of this amount, the government planned to borrow N1.884 trillion from domestic and external sources. All of the borrowed ...
13 Jun 2016
In early 2,000, Legacy Realties was a household name as it pioneered developments in the Lekki –Epe corridor. Today, that fore sight has brought gains to some property investors.
5 Jun 2016
It is easy for anyone hearing that Nigeria is now fighting Corruption tooth and nail to laugh and ask which corruption are the Nigerians fighting?
20 May 2016
To mark the one year in office of the Lagos State governor, Mr. Akinwumi Ambode, a coalition of youth bodies under the aegis of Ambode Youth Initiative ...
9 May 2016
According to the Japanese government, addressing the infrastructure gap, which remains a major bottleneck for global growth, is important in driving regional and global trade.
30 Mar 2015
As the nation is facing herculean task on preserving and sustaining asset value of its road infrastructure, a new system may soon be established, which would be designed to reflect the state of international practice, in a way that suits the local need and conditions

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The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr Godwin Emefiele, says the excuse of security threats pushed by Gov. Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State has no bearing on the ongoing currency swap across the country.
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President Muhammadu Buhari has said that no single government can solve the mirage of problems confronting Nigeria, noting that it will take the combined efforts of successive governments to achieve.
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The Nigeria Data Protection Bureau (NDPB) has commenced investigation into allegations of data breach by Guarantee Trust and Zenith Banks.
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Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq at the weekend met with a rich crop of Kwara Professionals resident in Lagos, debriefing them on the journey since 2019, the measurable strides of his administration across different sectors, and his vision for the state when re-elected in the 2023 ballot. The briefing was a continuation of the Governor’s…
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*Blames national assembly for country’s rising debt woes *Says reckless borrowing responsible for Nigeria’s policy challenges *Plans orientation exercise for 10th National Assembly Civil Society Organizations, (CSOs) have raised concern over Nigeria’s rising debt profile describing it a ‘debt trap’ already worsening the country’s crisis ridden economy and costing the nation its foreign assets. The…