DIRECTOR general of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, Temisan Omatseye, has warned that Nigeria might compromise her economic security if the shipment of petroleum products into the country is left in the hands of foreign interests. And to check the trend, he suggests that the country has no choice than to safeguard its economic interest by supporting the implementation of the Cabotage Act.Read More
Malaysia gained independence in 1957 and with a population of seven million, which is about one sixth of Nigeriaâ€™s, both countries have a lot in common.Read More
ALMOST two and a half years into the Yarâ€™Adua administration, Nigerians are apt to want to view the scorecard, which would form the fulcrum of the mood of the disciples of the administration who would pitch political tents in the 2011 presidential poll according to their understanding of the presidentâ€™s style.Read More
A project is a temporary endeavour, having a defined beginning and end (usually constrained by date, but can be by funding or deliverables), undertaken to meet particular goals and objectives, usually to bring about beneficial change or added value. The temporary nature of projects stands in contrast to business as usual (or operations), which are repetitive, permanent or semi-permanent functional work to produce products or services â€”WikipediaRead More
Sinari Bolade Daranijo, is the Managing Director, elcome serve Nigeria Ltd, a telecommunication company operating in Lagos.
In this interview with Saturday Vanguard Business, he says that government should be freed from subsidy for it to concentrate on providing infrastructure for the people.
If the tragic history of Nigeriaâ€™s march to nationhood has taught Nigerians anything at all, it is how to build a deep mistrust for their leaders. Every intention of the government, no matter how noble, revolutionary or novel is regarded with suspicion from a safe distance, often in anticipation that it might turn into a farce.Read More
The Managing Director, Visafone, Mr. Ninan Thomas has said that when Visafone came on board February 2008, not many people, particularly those in the telecoms industry envisaged that the ICT company would record giant strides within the shortest possible time.Read More
Operators in the microfinance sector have called on the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) not to outsource the examination of microfinance banks (MFBs).Read More
Cadbury Nigeria Plc has gotten regulatory approval to extend its N22.2 billion Rights Issue by one week following the call for extension by shareholders.Read More
DANGOTE Group , Seven Up Bottling Company Plc , Qater Air among others have shown their commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by supporting Standard Chartered Bank (SCB) in its just concluded 5th â€œWalk for Sightâ€ programme in support of the Groupâ€™s Seeing is Believing(SIB) initiative. Seeing is Believing is a Standard Chartered Bank community investment programme structured to invest $20 million to fund the development of sustainable eye care services in less advantaged areas of 20 cities across the world.Read More