OPS berates CBN over businesses’ poor access to N1tr intervention funds
The Organised Private Sector of Nigeria (OPSN) has berated the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on bureaucratic bottlenecks hindering businesses from accessing the over N1 trillion COVID-19 intervention...
NECA restates commitment to youth empowerment
The Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA) has restated its commitment to youth empowerment through technical skill development.The association submitted that with more deliberate actions by stakeholders towards ensuring Nigerian youths....
‘Private sector must participate in implementing economic policies’
The country as a whole does not exist in a vacuum. One of the things to do is to learn from other people’s experience. We have had the worst economic periods with issues on economy and health, where the workforce cannot be all at work at the same time.
Employers seek support for businesses to create jobs
For the government to address the increasing rate of unemployment and poverty in the country, serious attention and support must be given to organised businesses to thrive and flourish, the Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA), has said.
‘Economy buckling under over-dependence on imported goods’
The Minister of Science and Technology, Dr Ogbonna Onu, has decried over-dependence on importation of goods which weakens currency, creates unemployment and consistently reduce the Gross Domestic Products (GDP), as a major factor affecting economic growth.
Vitafoam sensitises nursing mothers to need for breastfeeding
As part of activities to celebrate the World Breastfeeding Day and meet its corporate and social responsibilities, the Vitafoam Nigeria Plc has joined in the global and national efforts to raise ...
Vitafoam boss seeks industry collaboration with tertiary institutions
The Managing Director, Vitafoam Nigeria Plc, Taiwo Adeniyi has advocated increased collaboration between the academia and industry to accelerate Nigeria’s economic growth and development
Manufacturers renew complaints over forex crises
Piqued by inability to import raw materials due to paucity and high cost of foreign exchange (forex), industrialists have appealed to the Federal Government to create alternative measures to enable genuine manufacturers access forex for enhanced production.