Four World Bank officials drowned in Ekiti dam
Four World Bank officials had been reportedly drowned at Egbe Dam in Egbe Ekiti, Gbonyin Local Government Area of Ekiti State.
CIPSN elects new chairman
The Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply of Nigeria (CIPSN) Lagos State Chapter has elected Akeem Bello, a Procurement Officer in the Lagos State Civil Service as Chairman of the chapter for next two years.
I-Naira founder decries Nigeria startups’ failure rate
Nodding in agreement, Mr. Hillary Nwaukor, founder & CEO, I-Naira Integrated Resources Ltd, told Nigeria CommunicationsWeek that, start-ups exit the market, because “people going to market very quickly with ideas”.
World Bank commends Federal Government on agric policy
A senior agriculture economist at the World Bank, Dr. Tunji Oredipe, has commended the Federal Government for not embarking on “policy summersault in the agriculture sector.”
World Bank to delay details on Abacha’s loot spending
The World Bank may delay release of information on how the money recovered from the late Gen. Sani Abacha was spent.
Growth elements in Nigeria’s planning processes
Nigeria has had many plans and budgets since independence in 1960. Nigeria had four National Development Plans in the period 1962-1985: 1962-68, 1970-74, 1975-80 and 1980-85.
EU, government launch immunization project in 24 states
European Union (EU) under the EU-Sign in collaboration with the Federal Government has launched a seven years project, which aimed to strengthen immunization governance at 24 states in Nigeria.
Lagos, tree planting and the environment
Scientifically, trees are quite strategic in combating global warming as they absorb the carbon-dioxide in the atmosphere, replenish the air with oxygen and also contribute immensely to the aesthetics of the environment. They also check erosion and stem the tide of windstorm by serving as wind breakers. On another note, trees are brilliant cleansers. They…