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4 Oct
President of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Asiwaju Michael Olawale-Cole, said that addressing Nigeria’s many infrastructure challenges would require sustained expenditure of almost $14.2 billion yearly in the next decade, or about 12 per cent of national output. In a press statement reviewing the state of the economy and businesses in the last…

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Hundreds of Alexei Navalny supporters queued to lay flowers and pay tribute to the deceased opposition leader on Sunday, in a significant show of support for the anti-corruption campaigner, who died last month in an Arctic prison colony.
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The African Development Bank (AfDB) is supporting Nigeria in the cultivation of rice, maize, cassava and soyabeans to boost food production.
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The Police Command in Kaduna State has announced 39 Computer-Based Test (CBT), centers for the 2022 Nigeria Police Force Recruitment.
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Mr.Vishal Jhadav, Managing Director, Crescendo Worldwide, an Indian multi-sectorial FDI consulting firm, says Enyimba Economic City,(ECC) is expected to increase Nigeria and India’s trade volume to 20 billion dollars. Jhadav told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja on the sideline of a dinner organised in his honour by Enyimba Economic Development Company (EEDC),…
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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Sunday called for the world to help Kyiv defeat "Russian evil" as the death toll from a Russian drone strike on Odesa rose to 10, including three young children.
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Hoodlums broke into a government warehouse in Gwagwa town, Abuja, on Sunday, and made away with stored food items.
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Gbenga Elegbeleye, Chairman of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), has said that the newly introduced Under 17 Youth League would help the country to select and prepare players for international tournaments.
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A Non-Governmental Organisation, Women In Mining (WIM), has urged mining companies to initiate empowerment programs for host communities where they operate.