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Time for massive cement education in Nigeria

Franklin Alli reviews current development in the Nigerian cement industry in the last six weeks and reports that with the availability of 32.5, 42.5 and 52.5 grade of cement in the country, it is high time for massive education of bricklayers and masons all over the country for them to know the right kind of cement for a given project and thus ensure safety of buildings.

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Global Finance School launches free e-learning library

In the spirit of free information and self improvement for everyone, Global Finance School, an innovator in financial and managerial e-learning, has announced that it offers free access to its online library of bestselling e-books. An enormous source of knowledge derived from 30 years of experience in publishing educational literature in finance is now available online, the school said.

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Etisalat sponsors 2014 Nigeria Summit

In a bid to deliberate and map out ways through which Nigeria can turn her economic potentials into social and political wealth, the fastest growing and most innovative telecommunications company, Etisalat Nigeria, is partnering with The Economist as a platinum sponsor of the 2014 Nigeria Summit slated for March 24th and 25th at the Intercontinental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos.

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First Watch: The missing oil money

THE Justice Irikefe Tribunal was put in place in 1980 following on reports during 1979 that an amount of N2.8 billion was missing from crude oil sales for the period 1976 to 1979. This amount was at that time the equivalent of about one year’s sale of crude oil by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC.

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