The 2021-2025 strategic plan by the National Productivity Centre (NPC) is intended to raise national productivity by five per cent in the next four years.
Revelation by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) that less than 50 percent of children below five years in Nigeria were registered at birth is discouraging and negative for a country...
The National Productivity Centre (NPC) will collaborate with local government administrations to build consciousness from the grassroots level, it's Director-General
Collaborative efforts between management and trade unions will boost industrial harmony and bolster national development, the Director-General of National Productivity Centre
The National Productivity Centre (NPC) has moved to boost transparency in procurement process through financial bid opening for contracts for goods, services and works.
There is an urgent need for the government to collaborate with the private sector and development partners to drive the economic survival of the country, the Director-General of the National Productivity Centre
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, has clarified that the Federal Government did not the sponsor the bills in the National Assembly purportedly meant to stifle the press.
Nigerian Guild of Editors (NGE) has said that the media industry is not a political opponent or enemy of the Federal Government, saying many of the political elite’s attacks on the media are habitually not envisioned ....
That the Federal Government is bent on using the preponderance of fake news and hate speech to tinker with the regulatory framework guiding journalism practice is not news. On multiple fronts, the government is poised to amend the laws meant to regulate the media in Nigeria almost in a manner that stakeholders fear could hamper…
The Newspaper Proprietors Association of Nigeria (NPAN), yesterday, decried its exclusion from yesterday’s public hearing on the Nigerian Press Council (NPC) Amendment Bill.
Nigeria loses over N1tr yearly to criminal collaboration between corrupt professionals and chief executives in both private and public sectors in the country, it emerged yesterday.
The National Productivity Centre (NPC) is collaborating with the National Association of Chambers of Commerce, Mines, Industries and Agriculture (NACCIMA) to promote productivity awareness in the country.