April 13, 2021
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CHURCH BUSINESS: Leaders, what is your home front like?

by on April 4, 2021 0
By Oludare Mayowa Are you a Pastor, church leader, or playing a leading role in any spiritual organisation? Are you under scrutiny and being judged harshly by your followers, members of your church, or people from outside the organisation? Are members of your households, particularly children and spouses under intense criticism by your congregations... Read More

How to Create Balance When Work and Home are the Same

by on January 6, 2021 0
By Susan Caminiti     It’s been nearly a year since Covid-19 forced companies to send employees home, armed with laptops and cell phones, to work remotely. And while the sheer scope of the undertaking has brought out the best in many organizations—robust productivity, sharpened efficiencies, and a marked increase in empathy among leaders—there’s... Read More

Nigeria’s Unemployment Situation Frightening —AfDB

by on October 28, 2019 0
The African Development Bank on Monday said the unemployment situation in Nigeria was ‘frightening’ and could become ‘catastrophic’ if decent jobs are not created for the country’s youth population. The AfDB made the observation at the regional presentation of a report entitled, ‘Creating decent jobs: Strategies, policies and instruments’, at its office in Abuja.... Read More

Nigeria’s Power Generating Capacity Drops Due To Lack Of Distribution Capacity

by on October 18, 2019 0
Nigeria has continued to lose about 2,352 megawatts of electricity capacity to lack of basic power distribution infrastructure in the country, power generation companies have said. According to a report from the office of the nation’s Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, about 1.55 megawatts of electricity were not generated due to the unavailability of transmission... Read More

Buhari Inaugurates Economic Team, Urges Reliable Data

by on October 10, 2019 0
President Muhammadu Buhari has inaugurated members of the newly constituted Presidential Economic Advisory Council (PEAC) with a charge for reliable data that truly reflects the happenings in the country.  He told the eight-man team chaired by Prof. Doyin Salami that: ‘’As you develop your baseline study, I would like you to focus on primary... Read More

Nigeria’s Population, A Liability —Emir Sanusi

by on October 7, 2019 0
Former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and Emir of Kano, Mohammadu Sanusi (II) on Monday said that Nigeria’s huge population is currently a liability to the country. He said this during a panel session of the 25th Nigerian Economic Summit currently holding in Abuja.The session was attended by the Founder of... Read More

Govt May Sack Workers To Meet Minimum Wage Demand – Ngige

by on October 3, 2019 0
Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, on Thursday, said that the demand of labour over the implementation of the new minimum wage would cost the Federal Government 580 billion naira annually. Ngige said that such adjustment, in line with labour’s demand, was not sustainable as the government would have to lay off some... Read More

Nigeria, South Africa Strengthen Economic Ties, Put Xenophobic Attack Behind Them

by on October 3, 2019 0
Nigeria and South Africa on Thursday agreed to expand the continent’s deepest trade relationship. The two nations signed dozens of accords Thursday that will enable South Africa to leverage the recently agreed African Continental Free Trade Agreement to tap West African markets. They’ll also boost Nigeria’s efforts to diversify its economy, which relies on... Read More