• “Nigeria lives on borrowed time” – World Bank

    “Nigeria lives on borrowed time” – World Bank0

    Dr Adetunji Oredipe,The Senior Agriculture Economist, World Bank, on Thursday said the neglect of the agricultural sector when Nigeria’s economy became increasingly dependent on oil has proved to be a “disaster”. Oredipe said this while delivering a keynote address at the agriculture summit Africa in Abuja, sponsored by Sterling Bank Plc. The event was attended

    READ MORE
  • Buhari spends N851.4bn on Joint Venture oil assets in 5 months

    Buhari spends N851.4bn on Joint Venture oil assets in 5 months0

    The Federal Government, through the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, spent a total of N851.38bn ($2.79bn) on joint venture oil and gas assets in the first five months of 2019. The government has said it will reduce its stakes in the JV assets to 40 per cent this year but no time frame has been announced.

    READ MORE
  • Government inaugurates SEC board

    Government inaugurates SEC board0

    After four years of abeyance, the Federal Government yesterday inaugurated the board of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). At the occasion in Abuja, the Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Finance, Mahmoud Isa-Dutse, who is also overseeing the office of the Minister of Finance, urged listed firms to imbibe good corporate governance and accountability in

    READ MORE
  • Teaching; A Low-End Profession In Nigeria.

    Teaching; A Low-End Profession In Nigeria.0

    Teaching, according to the internet, is the process of inculcating moral values, abilities, skills by an experienced person to an inexperienced person in order to ensure positive change in behavior useful in developing oneself and the society. Being a teacher can be a very exciting job. Sharing your knowledge, guiding students through life by telling

    READ MORE