Mr. Chimezie Judemary Udechukwu, is a Human Resource Practitioner with a Lagos based logistics and haulage firm and Brand Ambassador for Public Relations and strategy for Onome Akinlolu Majaro (OAM) Foundation. He holds a...
Mr. Adetilewa Adebajo, is the CEO of The CFG Advisory, a financial advisory services company. In this interview with our Assistant Editor, CHINWE MADUAGWU, he X-rays the problems of Nigeria’s economy and proffers solutions.
The Media, like some other institutions in the country is in dire straits and may not get better in the nearest future. Yet all hope is not lost. This is the position of speakers at the 4th Anniversary lecture by TheNiche Newspapers held recently in Lagos. Assistant Editor, CHINWE MADUAGWU, who was at the event reports.
Owerri used to be a serene town which many people saw as a retirement town. Life was easy and fun. Perhaps there wasn’t much affluence but the people knew how to enjoy life and enjoy it they did. Visiting Owerri was fun; movement within and around the town was easy and cheap. But that is no longer the case. Things have fallen apart and Owerri is no longer what it used to be. Our Correspondent, CHINWE MADUAGWU, who visited Owerri during the Yuletide reports.
During the interaction with the Editors, Hadiza Bala Usman said her objective was to carry out major reform that would bring back the lost glory of the ports.
About two months after the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), made the announcement that Nigeria was out of recession, our market survey has indicated that prices of commodities have dropped marginally.
As a measure to curb incessant industrial actions by workers in Nigeria, Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, recently announced that the Federal Government was in the process of implementing the no-work-no-pay policy as stipulated in the Trade Dispute Act.
Lagos state alone has recorded over 900 cases of domestic violence this year.
Dele Giwa, a foremost Nigerian journalist and one of the founders of Newswatch Magazine, was murdered on October 19, 1986.
AUN is not only Nigeria’s best-kept secret but also the perfect alternative for anyone seeking quality and globally acclaimed higher education within the country.
While businesses are slowing down in urban centres, the rural areas are witnessing growth due to increase in farming and patronage of local foods
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