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Mary Onyali

17 Mar 2017
It is arguable that a greater proportion of Nigeria’s sporting success is attributable to women. Both in terms of impact and sheer numbers, Nigerian women stack up immensely well against their male counterparts.

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The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) has called on the public to report any substandard product to complement its efforts of eliminating fake goods in the country.
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On the back of multiple crises to hit African economies, governments should increase development spending to stimulate fast and sustained recovery, the Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) has urged.
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As cash crunch continues to bite harder, the latest purchasing managers index (PMI) has shown that Nigerian firms recorded a slight loss of growth momentum in January, citing lower demand, issues with machinery and power supply.
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The Chief Executive Officer of the Lagos Free Zone (LFZ), Dinesh Rathi, has said the newly commissioned Lekki Deep Sea Port will boost Nigeria’s economy by increasing the volume of trade and attracting more foreign direct investment (FDI) into the country through the Zone.
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Extortions at Lagos ports have become a norm, even as efforts to curb the menace have failed. Proliferation of checkpoints and other illegal activities continue, while perpetrators are rarely brought to