February 23, 2018


BlackBerry putting itself up for sale -

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

FERMA: A convergence of intent, engagement & perception -

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Nigeria Hits CNN’s List of World’s 12 sexiest accents…. -

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

N452t infrastructure funds from capital market coming -

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Getting the right staff for your business -

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Nigeria, others to re-evaluate Trans-Saharan gas project -

Monday, August 5, 2013

How Nigerians use social media -

Friday, August 2, 2013

NSIA to manage N3.4tr pension funds -

Friday, August 2, 2013


Friday, August 2, 2013

Nigerian Troops Return from Mali, Storm Borno -

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Our role in the $1.09b Malabu Oil mess, by Shell -

Wednesday, July 31, 2013

FG Can’t License Hotels, Hospitality Operators, Says Fashola -

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Why FG Must Urgently Invest in Efficient Rail System -

Monday, July 29, 2013

Lagos community begins energy generation from waste -

Monday, July 29, 2013

FG to privatise BoI, BoA in 2014 -

Monday, July 29, 2013

Cassava takes pride place in Nigeria’s agro-economy -

Monday, July 29, 2013

Future of Africa in food production depends on training, emerging technologies —Kabba college provost -

Friday, July 26, 2013

Will this fresh initiative against cyber crime work? -

Friday, July 26, 2013

Investors prefer Southwest, says LCCI -

Friday, July 26, 2013

Fed Govt stops project variation beyond 15% of initial cost -

Thursday, July 25, 2013

Investors prefer Southwest, says LCCI

Investors prefer Southwest, says LCCI... NAIJA INTEL

Which part of the country is most suitable for doing business? It is the Southwest, says the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), quoting investors’ and entrepreneurs’ preference. In a statement, tagged: ‘The Nigerian Business Confidence Index (BCI),” LCCI said: “The confidence level of businesses located in the Southwest inched to a new high of 44 per cent from 38per cent and 30 per cent in Q2 and Q1. “This is followed by companies operating in the Southeast and Southsouth, with BCI score of 31 per cent and 21 per cent respectively.” The report said the confidence level of…

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AfDB President Presents the Africa50 Infrastructure Fund in Geneva,

Africa water..  AfDB President Presents the Africa50 Infrastructure Fund in Geneva,... NAIJA INTEL

At the invitation of the World Trade Organization, African Development Bank Group President Donald Kaberuka participated in the opening day of the 4th WTO Global Review of Aid for Trade (AfT) on July 8 in Geneva. The AfT review took place from July 8-10 under the theme “Connecting to value chains”. The global review is the pre-eminent forum for discussing trade and development issues and brought together numerous Ministers, Heads (or Deputy Heads) of International Organizations and private sector leaders to discuss how Aid for Trade can help firms in developing countries to develop productive capacity and connect to value chains. In…

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Chinese Investors Besiege Nigeria as Annual Trade Hits $13bn

CHINA FLAG ... Chinese Investors Besiege Nigeria as Annual Trade Hits $13bn,..NAIJA INTEL

At least nine memoranda of understanding  (MOUs) were signed between Chinese investors and Nigerian government and private sector  Thursday at the Nigeria-China Investment Forum as Chinese businessmen besieged the China World Hotel, Beijing venue of the event. The forum, which had over 300 Chinese investors in attendance culminated in the signing of MoUs in the areas of power, agriculture, industrial zones, automobile, science and technology. The high point of the meeting was the directive given by President Goodluck Jonathan that serious Chinese businessmen investing in Nigeria should be given up to 10 years visa. According to Jonathan, the various MOUs …

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Corn lessons from America’s Midwest

Corn lessons from America’s Midwest... NAIJA INTEL

It has become commonplace for Nigerian agriculture papers and articles to begin their analyses with a description of the glory days of agricultural prosperity and then go on to lament the subsequent decline in the 80s and 90s. It is hardly mentioned, however, that at the same time that Nigeria was experiencing a dip in crop production, some states in the United States were travelling in the opposite direction. In 1990, the state of Nebraska, for example, was producing 191 million bushels of corn. 22 years later, that figure had grown to 1.3 billion bushels, making Nebraska the third largest…

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A ‘sudden stop’ in emerging markets?

A ‘sudden stop’ in emerging markets?.. NAIJA INTEL

Turkey’s lira, South Africa’s rand and South Korea’s won have all lunged, local currency debt yields have suddenly surged, there’s an intense investor focus on domestic political risks again and governments like Brazil who were taxing what they feared were excessive foreign investment over the past couple of years have U-turned as those flows evaporate. What some have feared for many months may well be materializing – a ‘sudden stop’ in financing flows to emerging markets as the makings of a perfect storm gathers. With the Fed mulling some reduction in the amount of dollars it’s pumping into the world, the prospect of a rare and protracted rise…

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Faces Investors Disappointed…..

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Faces Investors Disappointed..... NAIJA INTE

CEO Mark Zuckerberg faced a series of angry comments Tuesday at Facebook’s (NASDAQ:FB) first shareholders meet, as investors lined up to question the social networking site’s dismal performance in the stock market. The shareholders who attended their first meeting since the social networking giant’s initial public offering in May 2012, sought clarification on how the company is going to protect their investments. Zuckerberg defended Facebook’s current strategy and said he believed the company is on the right track toward long-term success. “Nothing has made me really think that the fundamental strategy is wrong or that what we’re building isn’t valuable,” Zuckerberg said, according…

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