In line with Unilever Nigeria Plc vitality mission statement, the Omo detergent brand of the company recently presented trophy to winners of the third edition of the Omo Nigeria Primary Schools girl football competition winners at the Media launch of the second phase of the Omo door to door stains challenge.Read More
The United States doubled its purchases of Nigerian crude oil shipments in the first quarter of the year compared to the same period last year, Nigeriaâ€™s National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.Read More
Fan Milk Plc, Brand owners of Fan yoghurt has conferred with the award as the â€œBest Dairy Company of the yearâ€ by Global News International, a soft sell magazine at a Leadership/Excellence Award recently.Read More
In renewed fight against the killer bread riser, potassium bromate, the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, (NAFDAC) weekend, stormed the popular Oja Tuntun market in Baboko area of Ilorin, Kwara State capital for a mop-up operation of the banned potassium Bromate suspected to be sold in the markets.Read More
Alhaji Abubakar Ibn Garbai, Shehu of Borno, said on Friday that awareness on compulsory insurance policy should be taken down to the local councils to enable people at the grassroots understand its importance. Garbai stated this when the Board of Directors of the National Insurance Commission paid him a courtesy visit in Maiduguri.Read More
Shareholders have warned local banks in the country planing to buy into the eight rescued banks whose executive man agement the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) sacked in August last year to stay away until the legal issues beclouding the intervention of the apex bank are sorted out.Read More
Nigeriaâ€™s trade and investment relation with the rest of the world fell significantly in the first three months of the year, with foreign direct investments taking more of the heat as it dropped by 65 per cent.Read More
Sometimes last year, the government actually admitted that over 90% of all new jobs in the country were being accounted for by the informal economy.Read More
Cattle business, no doubt, is a big business employing a large number of people across the nation, especially in the Sudan and Sahel Savannah areas of the north where it is common to see entire families or communities earning their livelihood from cattle rearing.Read More
Stockbrokers have come under the scrutiny of the investing public and the regulatory authorities in recent time as a result of despicable acts by some of them that worked against the rules of the market.Read More
Teaching crafts is not a vocation or business you find the average Nigerian engaged in, but for Mrs. Modupe Adekunle, an English graduate, the desire to see children master little creative and home keeping skills gave birth to Kraftplus, a multi-creativity centre for children.
According to Modupe, her interest in handcraft was triggered by her mother who always told her that whatever she did with her hands would always feed her.
World Bank Vice for Africa Region, Obi Ezekwesili, told Clara Nwachukwu, Deputy Editor, Vanguard’s Sweetcrude, on the sidelines of the 2010 Diageo Africa Business Reporting Awards in London recently that ongoing financial reforms in Nigeria need to be sustained and focus specific.
Despite the 2005 launch of the microfinance policy, which ushered in the microfinance banks (MFBs), the informal sector, through which billions of naira circulates, have largely remained unbanked and lack access to formal financial services, which is impacting negatively on the countryâ€™s economic growth and development.Read More
SAMSUNG Electronics has appointed CMC Connect Limited, Perception Managers, as its new public relations firm for Samsung Electronics West Africa.Read More
Quite recently, questions were being asked as to the true background story of how â€˜Today is a Good Dayâ€ became a contested ad campaign line between Oceanic Bank and MTN.Read More