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Olaniyi Toluwalope

6 Sep
ETranzact International Plc, Nigeria’s leading payment service provider, has received the ISO 9001: 2015 validation. This makes it one of the few Nigeria’s companies that have received the certification. ISO 9001: 2015 standard is the world's most recognised quality management systems, which outlines a set of standards that help organisations to ensure that the expectations…
2 Aug
eTranzact International Plc has secured approval from its shareholders to raise N5.77 billion additional capital from the bond market and restructure into a holding company. Proceeds of the bond, which would be raised via a private placement of irredeemable convertible unsecured bonds, would be channeled to its “transformation agenda” and to beef up its capital…

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The United Kingdom-based Nigerian-born prime property agent and Managing Director and Founder of Daniel Ford International, Yemi Edun, is again in the news for all the good reasons. The top property maestro, who recently clocked 50 years old, which was stylishly marked with pomp and panache amongst his inner cycle, friends and family aboard the…
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“There is so much injustice in this country, the police are under-paid and have not learnt any lesson from #EndSARS….” These were the last words of a Canadian-based protester, Patriot Patrick Eholor, yesterday, while speaking with journalists...
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Visiting Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has raised the alarm over presence of a terror group hibernating in Nigeria, Fetullah Terrorist Organisation (FETO), as both nations, yesterday, signed eight critical bilateral agreements on energy, defence and hydrocarbon, among others.
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Former US President Donald Trump announced plans Wednesday to launch his own social networking platform called "TRUTH Social," which is expected to begin its beta launch for "invited guests" next month.
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Oil, gas, and coal production plans of some of the world's biggest oil, gas, and coal producers, including Nigeria, far exceed the emissions targets set in the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, the 2021 Production Gap Report of the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) has stated.