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CABOTAGE: NIMASA Placed 7000 Nigerians Onboard Vessels In Six Years

Experts harp on security to promote marine economy

Contrary to reports that the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) has been negligent with regards placing Nigerian seafarers onboard vessels, the agency has placed over 7,000 Nigerian seafarers onboard ocean-going vessels in six years.   The Director General ...

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When Nations Fail: The Leadership That Matters

When Nations Fail: The Leadership That Matters

By Kingsley Anaroke, Kenneth Jukpor & Okuneye Moyosola The Change We Need The word ‘Revolution” has lately become a subject of national debate. This followed the declaration of intention by Omoyele Sowore to stage a national protest code-named: #RevolutionNow and ...

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Transport Bigwigs Converge At 2nd MMS Leadership Lecture (2)

All categories of Nigerian transport veterans graced the MMS 2019 Transport Leadership lecture and awards, two weeks ago. Enjoy the photos!

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Absence of clear economic direction, others drag NSE index further 1.17%

Absence of clear economic direction, others drag NSE index further 1.17%

At the close of transactions last week, the All-Share Index (ASI) and market capitalisation of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) depreciated by 1.17 per cent to close the week at 27,306.81 points and N13.307 trillion respectively. Similarly, all other indices ...

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How global rate cut push is supporting credit in Nigeria

How global rate cut push is supporting credit in Nigeria

Central banks in advanced and developing countries are adopting expansionary monetary policy stance in order to stimulate economic growth. The move, which now tends towards a global unanimity, is, however, creating initial benefits for Nigeria, even as it remains cautious ...

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SEC advises Nigerians to shun ponzi schemes

SEC advises Nigerians to shun ponzi schemes

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has again warned Nigerians to desist from investing in schemes that offer unreasonable returns and not approved by the commission. Acting Director-General of SEC, Mary Uduk, who stated this in an interview with journalists ...

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BEARS: Failed Promises

BEARS: Failed Promises

The Federal Government had, in 2017, begun the National Primary Healthcare Revitalization Initiative with the aim of resuscitating over 10,000 health centres across the country. Two years after the Federal Government’s promise to revitalize 10,000 primary healthcare centres across the ...

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Maximizing AfCFTA Opportunities

FG bans forex for food importation

Nigeria became the 53rd country to sign the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) the world’s largest single market, when President Muhammadu Buhari signed last month. The agreement will be the largest trade agreement in history since the creation of ...

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