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CPC clamps down on fake gas filter traders

By Franklin Alli The Consumer Protection Council, (CPC) , weekend, clamped down on traders at Oregun area of Lagos state for selling fake gas filters and other mechanical products. Selling fake products in the market, CPC said contravenes consumers’ rights to value for money. The Head of Lagos Operational Office, CPC, Mr. Joshua Nggada, who led
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Assessing Candidates: Isaac Adenipekun, Head, National Office, WAEC

ONE day in November 1948, The University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate, University of London School Examinations Matriculation Council and West African Departments of Education convened a meeting to discuss the future of education in West Africa. During the meeting, Dr. George Baker Jeffery, Director of the University of London Institute of Education was mandated to visit West Africa to assess the level of education and requirements.

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President Buhari receiving a presentation from Mr Jin Zhuanglong Board Chairman, Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China shortly after his visit to Commercial Aircraft Cooperation of China Ltd in Shanghai China.

Naira will do better with the Yuan than the dollar – Martins-Odigie, ex-NUFIBIE boss

As the Federal Government continues to put measures in place to stimulate economic growth and development through diversification into non-oil export sectors, there are divergent views from economists about the move by President Muhammadu Buhari to strike a currency swap deal with China. While many financial experts said that the deal will strengthen the bilateral trade relations between Nigeria and China as the second largest economy in the world, others advised Nigerian government to tread with caution, in order to curtail influx of fake and substandard goods into the local markets. A former President, National Union of Banks, Insurance and Financial Institutions Employees, NUBIFIE, Mr. Ade Martins-Odigie, who is also a financial expert, spoke with Sunday Vanguard on what Nigeria stands to benefit if the currency swap deal is successfully done.

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Yuan/Naira Deal will reduce Nigeria’s liquidity pressure — Chukwu

Mr. Johnson Chukwu, the Managing Director/CEO, Cowry Assets Management Limited,is an investment banker and key player in the capital market with specialisation in oil and gas, bonds and equity and other financial instruments. In this interview, Chukwu warns that the currency swap policy with China may overvalue the Naira, make import cheap and, in the long run, not allow the country to diversify its economy which is very critical to the economic development of Nigeria.

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