NPA Moves to Smash Apapa Traffic Gridlock with Calabar, Delta, Rivers’ Ports

With the menace of the Apapa traffic gridlock still unyielding to intense pressure, activities at the largely abandoned Calabar, Delta and Rivers’ ports will...

UNCTAD Partners IIRC to Boost Private Sector’s Contribution to Global Goals

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has sealed a deal with the International Integrated Reporting Council (IIRC) to enhance reporting of...

UNCTAD: African Businesses Can Save Billions if …

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) says African businesses and consumers can save billions if delays at borders are reduced. Why?...

Trump hints at big trade offer if Britain breaks free from EU

Donald Trump waded into the UK’s fraught politics on the first day of a state visit, urging his hosts to proceed with Brexit and...

Schlumberger Introduces a New Digital Exploration Platform

Schlumberger, one of the leading oil services companies, has introduced the GAIA, a digital exploration platform at the 81st EAGE Conference & Exhibition. The...

My oil camp employs over 2,000 – Illegal Oil Refiner

Nigeria reportedly loses over N9 billion to oil theft annually while over 5,000 youths in the Niger Delta are engaged in illegal oil deals....

Improved Electricity Power And Infrastructure In Nigeria: Two Focal Points Vision For The Buhari’s...

Consistent Interruption of electricity supply in Nigeria to electricity customers has become a serious national issue in Nigeria, most especially in the Federal Capital...

Discos and the Case for An Encore for Fashola

Way back in the 60’s and 70’s in Lagos, Discos – short for Discotheques- were the places to be on Friday nights when the...

Italian Falls: Jamie Oliver’s Chain Goes into Receivership

When he appeared as a scruffy Essex lad playing the “we can cook” theme for people of a certain non-culinary demographic in the 1990s,...

Africa Hardest Hit as Economies of 102 Countries Depend on Commodities, Says UNCTAD Report

The number of countries depending on commodities has reached its highest level in 20 years, according to a new report by the United Nations...

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