The European Union (EU) has warned against the militarization of the Niger Delta and is urging the federal government to not rely on military action to resolve the crisis afflicting the region.
By Olu Onemola And Catherine Sutherland “One thing that is clear it that when we provide a platform for youth participation in public life, the positive possibilities are endless. This is due to the energy, innovativeness, and diversity in thoughts and approach that young people bring to the table.”
The Bank of Industry (BoI) yesterday in Kano enlisted 200 beneficiaries under the federal government’s N140billion Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme(GEED).
At an International conference in Lagos, last week, and a four-day training session that followed, global experts said Nigeria was on the way to becoming Africa’s biggest train hub and the new deal for rail investors, writes Correspondent ADEYINKA ADERIBIGBE.
As federal government deepens its public private sector initiative in the agriculture sector toward achieving food sufficiency, Honeywell Plc said it is investing about N64 billion in food processing.
Genetically modified crops (GMCs, GM crops or biotech crops) are plants, the DNA of which has been modified using genetic engineering methods to resist pests and agents causing harm to plants, or environmental conditions, or resistance to chemical treatments (e.g. resistance to a herbicide), or the production of a certain nutrient or pharmaceutical agent with...
ViolatOrs of airport concession agreements must be punished, the Senate Committee on Privatisation Chairman, Ben Murray-Bruce, has said.
Public uproar greeted the announcement of the proposed increase in the cost of data by some telecommunication operators from Dec. 1 as directed by the telecoms regulatory body, the Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC), saying the directive will inevitably jerk up the price of telecommunication and adversely affect subscribers.
It however, bagged the award organised by the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN). The Quality, Safety, Health and Environment Manager, Nigerite Limited, John Bamigboye, explained that the company won the award for the third time, courtesy of its innovative and world-class approach towards health and safety management in the country.
About 750 new jobs will be created between now and August next year when a Chinese firm Hawtai rolls out its Sports Utility Vehicles (SUVs) to be assembled at the Eastern Vehicle Assembling Limited (EVAL) in Enugu.