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Archive for: June 2017

Let’s partner for progress, NIMASA urges Nigerians

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The Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dr. Dakuku Peterside has urged Nigerians to partner with the Agency to ensure a virile maritime industry as the activities of the Agency impact on the lives of all Nigerians. This is given the fact that virtually every product used by Nigerians comes […]

Adeosun: DBN will catalyse SMEs’ growth

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The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun has stated that the Development Bank of Nigeria (DBN) is being positioned to galvanise the Small and Medium Scale Enterprises sector for the overall development of the nation’s economy. According to her, the present administration is aware of the role of SMEs in national economy, hence the resolve […]

Facing the reality of hunger, the Osun way

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By Adekunle Owolabi Food is as important and central to human existence as air. For sustenance, therefore, human beings the world over need food as of necessity. Whether they will get food to eat is horse of another colour. Today, across the world, an alarming 4 to 5 billion people suffering from hunger, significant percentage […]

South Africa: FG May expel DSTV, MTN, Shoprite over Xenophobic Attacks

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Nigerian Senate on Tuesday weighed the option of expelling South African companies in Nigeria over xenophobic attacks. Senator Olusola Adeyeye representing Osun Central constituency of Osun State gave the hint during Tuesday’s plenary in a tweet. This is coming on the heels of the revelation by the Nigerian community in South Africa on Monday said […]

AS A CRITIC, I WILL CRITICIZE MY GOVERNMENT IF…

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By Prof. Protus Nathan Uzorma Under the sway of murder propensity, the conscientiousness of the earthman which constitutes the essence of being is completely overwhelmed by illusion. This state has made majority to misunderstand what they ought to understand; though the most difficult thing to understand is why anything should be understood. Understanding therefore becomes […]