Minister of Labour and Productivity, Chief Chukwuemeka Wogu said that the Federal Government is set to engage stakeholders in the telecommunication sector over the issues of contract staffing and outsourcing.Read More
The Nigerian Society of Engineers has called on the Federal government to remove procurement of infrastructure for Power projects from the normal Annual Budget funding structure and rather institute a five to ten years funding cycle saying that would be the only way to sustain investment in the sector and ensure completion of projects to bring power to Nigerians.Read More
…Says firms losing 30% sales revenue to insecurity
Industrialists and members of the organized private sector have called on the federal government to tighten its control over the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, and the Governor of the apex bank, by increasing the number of independent director on the Board of the bank.
…assures on job creation
The Nigerian Computer Society (NCS) has re-assured that it would use Information Technology to create millions of jobs across the country and also combat terrorism.
One of the curiosities in our current national discourse is this argument over the desirability or otherwise of having a saving and investment scheme as a nation giving the realities of our national circumstance. A nation with so much money, habitually engaging in wastefulness and is somehow ambivalent about saving for the future or against the rainy day, must be a study in self-destruct tendencies.Read More
President of Nigerian Institution of Building (NIOB), Mr. Chuck Omeife, has questioned the sincerity of the federal government in implementing the new housing policy.Read More
World renowned telecommunications infrastructure vendors, Ericsson, seems to be putting into good use the whopping 8 billion dollars it sets aside every year in Research and Development, R&D, to clearly understand the dynamic and change pattern of technologies that govern the telecommunications industry.Read More
THE management of Tinapa Business and Leisure Resort has built an International Conference Centre with a sitting capacity of 600 and modern communication facilities that could host international organisations or any event of international standard.Read More
The organised private sector (OPS) has enumerated the challenges that confronted the construction and real estate sector of the Nigerian economy in the second quarter of 2012.Read More
Members of the House of Representatives at the 2012 Advertising Forum have recommended that the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON) be strengthened and given constitutional powers to guarantee its effectiveness in regulating all aspects of advertising in the overall interest of stakeholders and consumers.Read More