‘Contemporary pupils require practical example of application of knowledge’
Oyindamola Egbeyemi is a graduate of Chemical Engineering from Imperial College, London. Though she started her career as an engineer, she always had a passion for finding strategic...
Experts urge students to be focused, consistent
Students have been charged to be resolute and consistent in their studies, so as to measure up with the global standards and make informed decision when necessary. A legal practitioner, Mrs. Ariola Awokoya and Senior Manager, Sustainability and Climate, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mrs. Morries Atoki, gave the charge during the 10th year anniversary of De Beautiful Beginning…
Bollore, PowerChina named preferred bidder for Ibom seaport
A consortium, comprising Bollore Africa Logistics and PowerChina International Group, has been chosen as the preferred...
‘Private investment in mining sector hits $2.32 billion’
Minister of State for Mines and Steel Development, Abubakar Bwari, has said that private investment into mining projects is estimated at $2.32 billion in the country.
Folashade Medebem: Gender equality is a journey and Nigeria is moving in the right direction
Quite normal, I spent my formative childhood years both in England and Nigeria although I must say both experiences were very different, indeed, culturewise. In the UK I recall taking the class hamster home for the summer holidays - not something I could imagine ever doing in Nigeria!...
Budget passage continues to generate mixed feelings
Economic affairs analysts have continued to express mixed feelings over the possibility of implementing the 2018 budget estimates.
Azobu: Right policy, investment in critical infrastructure crucial to solid minerals exploitation
No, I am not satisfied with the current level of foreign participation in the sector and indeed, we have a lot more to do in this regard. A number of incentives have been put in place to help attract global mining companies including...
Experts seek OPS participation to tackle infrastructure deficit
Experts on economic matters have said that government must wake up and face the realities on ground, as it needs to invest N18 trillion yearly to meet up with infrastructure development in the country. To achieve this, they submitted that government must give room for private sector participation, allow sanctity of contracts and open up…
Nigeria faces tall order to become hub of seaports in Africa
Nigeria’s mission to become the hub of port of destination in the Sub-Saharan Africa is currently under intense pressure as four other countries are vying for the same position in the continent.