Agric value chain is long, can employ over 60% of Nigerians — Onyeani Nwosu

Mr. Onyeani Uka Nwosu is the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Abia State-based Green Town Farms, a farming business based on professional research. In this chat with Financial Vanguard, Nwosu says farmers can only break even when they mechanise the processes. He urges government at all levels to do more for the sector, noting that if only a small percentage of money spent on the oil and gas sector is spent in agriculture, Nigerian economy will burst

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We’ll enhance national savings, participation in capital market — Okumagba

The newly elected President of Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers, CIS, Mr. Albert Okumagba is  a proven technocrat, an astute financial services professional and a strong advocate of good governance. HE is the Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of BGL Plc. He is also the Chairman of BGL Securities Limited, BGL Asset Management Limited, BGL Private
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Vocation and technical education — a key to improving Nigeria’s development (part 3)

An entrepreneur is a person who makes plans for a business or a piece of work and gets it going. Anyanwuocha (2001) observes that the entrepreneur is the chief co-ordinator, controller and organiser of the production process. The entrepreneur combines other factors of production (land, capital and others) in such a way as to obtain maximum production of goods and services at minimum costs.

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