At NBCC forum, envoy woos stakeholders to Brexit opportunities
The Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC) has engaged stakeholders and member partners of the commission to a quarterly advocacy group breakfast session...
UK to empower Nigeria entrepreneurs with grants, partnerships
Over 150 Nigerians in the fashion and film industry have been selected by the British government to participate in the Nigeria Creative Enterprise Support Programme. The Nigeria Creative Enterprise Support Programme is an initiative by the British Council and the Foreign Commonwealth Office (FCO) which focuses on the development of talent and innovation within Fashion…
Grange school pupils thrill guests at founder’s day
The recent celebration of the diamond jubilee of Grange School, GRA Ikeja, Lagos, afforded students the opportunity to showcase their mastery of musical instruments and talents, as the school orchestra dished out soulful, scintillating songs, during the school’s Founder’s day gig.
Association deepens bilateral relations with presidential cocktail
To encourage the exchange of culture and build relations between Nigeria and Britain, the Nigeria-Britain Association (N-BA) recently held its annual presidential cocktail in Lagos. The event, which held at the residence of the British Deputy High Commissioner, Laure Beaufils, featured a fashion show by the winner of the association’s first fashion competition for youths, Miss…
Envoy, SEC, FSD Africa seal £450,000 deal for market regulation
Succor may have come the way of investors on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and FSD Africa, at the weekend, sealed a 450,000 deal, aimed at strengthening the regulatory structure and investment protection function of the commission.
British High Commission, Edusko hold orientation programme for Chevening scholars
To effectively guide the 53 Nigerians selected to study in United Kingdom under Chevening scholarship for 2018/2019, British High Commission and a non-governmental organisation...
Top UK varsities pledges to boost indigenisation policy
To avail the country of their knowledge, expertise and ensure they contribute their quota to national development, 12 top universities from the United Kingdom (UK), recently organised a career exposition for their Nigerian alumni to connect with prospective employers in the country.
Day of the girl child
Today, on the International Day of the Girl Child, I will be announcing the results of a small competition I launched not long ago: I asked young women and girls aged 16 to 25 to post a one minute video setting out why the rights of girls matter......
‘Infrastructure growth, others can unlock nation’s economic potential’
British Deputy High Commissioner, Laure Beaufils said Nigeria needed to develop in infrastructure and adopt right regulatory framework, policies and institutions to encourage continuity and attract new businesses.