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Archive for: June 2017

NAFEST has become a tool for economic growth – Minister

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Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed addressing a press conference in Abuja on Thursday on the forthcoming 2016 NAFEST, to be held in Uyo, Akwa Ibom. The Minister is flanked to his left by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry, Mrs. Ayo Adesugba, and to his right by Mrs Dayo Keshi, DG of the […]

Economic Recovery policy will bring hope for Nigeria-ICAN

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PHOTO CAPTION L-R. Vice President Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, Mr. Ismai’la Muhammadu Zakari, President ICAN, Deacon Titus Soetan, Minister of Finance Mrs. Kemi Adeosun and Permanent Secretary Ministry of Finance Alhaji Mahmoud Isa-Dutse during a courtesy visit by the President of ICAN and his Management Team to the Minister in her Office in […]

World Bank study blames low productivity for poor service delivery

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Pix 1: From left…Mr Obadia Miroro, Assistant Knowledge Manager at African Economic Research Consortium (AERC); Prof. Victor Adeyeye, Acting Director General of the Nigeria Social and Economic Research Institute (NISER); Dr (Mrs) Opeyemi Fadeyibi, Service Delivery Indicators Field Coordinator at The World Bank; Wilson Wasike, Manager Collaborative Research AERC; and Dr Adebayo Ajala, Social and […]

National Council on Works abolishes Highway bumps

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The National Council on Works has approved the constitution of a task force to sensitize Nigerians and facilitate the removal of illegal and inappropriate speed bumps from the Nigerian roads as well as determine the correct location and types of speed bumps to be erected on the nation’s highways. This formed part of memoranda submitted […]

UNICEF doubles funding efforts for Northern Nigerian children

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UNICEF has revised its humanitarian appeal for Nigeria from US$ 55 million to US$ 115 million to assist an additional 750,000 people who can now be reached across conflict-affected areas in the northeast of the country. As new areas open up to humanitarian assistance, the true scale of the Boko Haram related crisis and its […]