Do you ever find yourself in a situation where you’re asking yourself this question: what does Jim Ovia eat for supper?
It was a day of remembrance and an afternoon of tributes for the departed. The gathering, which held at the Musical Society of Nigeria (MUSON) Centre
10 Nov 2020
The private sector-led Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) has explained the delay in distribution of palliatives to about two million most vulnerable families...
1 May 2020
It is the worst of times. But it could be the best of times too. I am pleased to see that fellow Nigerians are finding the soul of goodness in this unmitigated evil called COVID-19 pandemic.
18 Feb 2020
Last Saturday Awa Iman Village in Onna Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State was a happy recipient of a stupendous crowd that it has never received in its entire life.
7 Dec 2019
In a bid to improve standard of living, whilst encouraging affordable, fast and professional ways to achieve sustainability in business through technology...
22 Oct 2019
Not surprisingly our pre-independence leaders chose a federal system of governance that will over time build a united but diverse nation of shared values of inclusiveness and national purpose.
20 Jun 2019
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu Lagos State, Jim Ovia and Uyi Akpata have argued that disruptive technology...
18 Apr 2019
The Managing Director of Xpress Payments, Mr. Oluwadare Owolabi, has suggested ways to ensure liberalisation of funds in Nigeria, for enhanced access.
2 Feb 2019
The Chairman of Zenith Bank Plc., Mr. Jim Ovia, has acknowledged that the country’s economic outlook shows that it is now on a growth trajectory even as he commended...
14 Jan 2019
Quote: “Your potential is unlimited. Aspire to a higher place. Believe in your abilities, in your tasks, in your judgment”. - Bryan Adams. My dearly beloved readers...
1 Oct 2018
Concerted efforts by the insurance industry to get Nigerians renew their confidence and appreciate benefits inherent in its policies seem not to have recorded the much-desired response, as a recent survey showed that more than 86 million Nigerians do not have any form of cover. For the operators and allied stakeholders, insurance business remains a…