Stakeholders in the Nigerian cotton, textile and garment sub-sector have called on the Federal Government to make available an intervention fund of about N1 trillion with longer tenor, as part of strategies to develop the real sector.
Daily Archives: February 8, 2013
If what we hear is true then American rapper, 50 Cent is on his way to Nigeria to feature in a flick, which would be produced and directed by Emeka Ike.
Emmanuel Emenike was on cloud nine after he helped Nigeria to send hot favourite, Cote d’Ivoire, out of the ongoing Nations Cup in South Africa with a declaration that seems to assure Nigerians of more to come from him.
Creative midfield maestro, John Mikel Obi, yesterday earned five stars as the Abia State former governor Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, tipped him for the Golden Ball trophy, with the sobriquet ‘Field Marshall’ of the ongoing Nations Cup.
They are businessmen and women, who had crossed over into the New Year with lots of expectations. They had hoped 2013 would be better business-wise. But they were wrong as bulldozers of the Oyo State Government moved into market areas
Many victims of last year’s flood disaster in Anambra State may have begun feeling as though the disaster never happened. They are gradually tucking the trauma of the disaster behind them as they move on with their lives.
With no end in sight in the traffic horror workers and businessmen in Apapa area of Lagos State experience on a daily basis, a number of them are considering relocating to more accessible locations.
Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara State has said there is no big deal in the merger of the four political parties, which became All Progressives Congress (APC), saying that alliances and realignments are bound to happen in politics.
The planned merger of 10 opposition parties has continued to attract angry reactions from APGA’s stakeholders
Senators from the four big political parties, which announced a merger on Wednesday to form the All Progressives Congress (APC) assured Nigerians yesterday that it would not be business as usual in 2015.