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Kogi farmers to benefit from $200m World Bank project

By BOLUWAJI OBAHOPO LOKOJA – Kogi State farmers have been listed amongst the benefiting states for the World Bank $200m Agro Processing Productivity Enhancement and Livelihood Support Project...

Mon Dec 10th, 2018     read more →

Global Migration Compact meeting begins in Morocco

As world leaders meet in Morocco to adopt the Global Migration Compact, a senior UN official says the document is a re-affirmation of the values and principles embodied in the UN Charter and in int...

Mon Dec 10th, 2018     read more →

Fidelity Bank restates commitment to strategic plan, corporate sustainability

FIDELITY Bank Plc, has reaffirmed its commitment towards achieving its five-year strategic plan whilst advancing socio-economic development through its Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR, program...

Mon Dec 10th, 2018     read more →

Weak demand undermine industrial, consumer goods sector

under-perform major stock market index By Nkiruka Nnorom THE downturn that has been sweeping through the equities market this year has left two major sectors in the market – the industrial go...

Mon Dec 10th, 2018     read more →

Allow Chevron IRDC to operate, group appeals to Rita Lori-Ogbebor

The Concerned Oil and Gas Impacted Communities Development Initiatives, COAIDI, has appealed to rights activist, Chief Rita Lori-Ogbebor to allow an an agency created by Chevron Nigeria Limited, CN...

Mon Dec 10th, 2018     read more →

Learning to swim without getting wet

By Owei Lakemfa THE National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, one of the most militant unions in African labour history, last week marked its fortieth anniversary. Back in 1994 ...

Mon Dec 10th, 2018     read more →

‘I pay N100 daily to sleep under Oshodi bridge’

By Esther Onyegbula One of the 62 miscreants and hoodlums arrested, weekend, by operatives of Lagos State Task Force at Oshodi, Lagos, 35-year-old Gani Yusuf, said he paid N100 everyday to their ri...

Mon Dec 10th, 2018     read more →

Nigeria’s infrastructure deficit to hit $878bn by 2040 — SEC

By Esther Onyegbula Lagos—The Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC, said yesterday that the country’s infrastructure deficit would hit 878 billion dollars by 2040 and called for acti...

Mon Dec 10th, 2018     read more →

No audit report, no budget defence, NASS tells NDDC

…No allocation from Ecological funds to NDDC since inception, MD tells NASS By Henry Umoru ABUJA—THE National Assembly has said today is the last date for the Niger Delta Development Co...

Mon Dec 10th, 2018     read more →

ACGS: Banks reduce lending to farmers by 19%

By Babajide Komolafe BANKS’ lending to farmers under the Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme, ACGS, dropped by 19 percent month-on-month (m/m) to N442 million in September. The Central Bank...

Mon Dec 10th, 2018     read more →