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Police spend $398m on bogus project as insecurity rages

Police spend $398m on bogus project as insecurity rages

The Ministry of Police Affairs has spent a total of $398 m to provide a mostly non-functional public security communications system across the country, even as insecurity in the form of bombings, kidnappings and terrorism continue unabated. The communications project…

Don’t panic, says Central Bank of Nigeria governor

Don’t panic, says Central Bank of Nigeria governor

Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Godwin Emefiele, yesterday met with 300 of the nation’s…

FG abandons LPG policy for kerosene to make more money

FG abandons LPG policy for kerosene to make more money

The Federal Government may have abandoned the implementation of the Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) national…

25 CEOs drive firms to N107.06bn PAT in Q3 2014

25 CEOs drive firms to N107.06bn PAT in Q3 2014

Twenty-five companies listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) have posted N107.06 billion as profit…

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Ownership mindset: The key to hearts & minds at work

Ownership mindset: The key to hearts & minds at work

While attending a market research seminar a consultant noticed the phone company employee sitting next…

BPP varsity, Nigeria Law School partner to boost capacity in legal education

BPP varsity, Nigeria Law School partner to boost capacity in legal education

BPP University one of Europe’s leading providers of professional education has partnered Nigerian Law School…

Supporting leadership influence and impact (4)

Supporting leadership influence and impact (4)

Leadership is persuasion, conciliation and patience. It’s a long, slow, tough work” (Dwight D. Eisenhower).…

British Council, EU varsities’ grant remain inaccessible as scarcity of research persist

British Council, EU varsities’ grant remain inaccessible as scarcity of research persist

Nigeria’s 2015 target on food sufficiency may suffer setback as the United Kingdom’s 150,000 pounds (N35,250,000) and European Union research grant of 3 million Euros (N654,000,000) meant to support research findings mainly in soil science to boost food production in…