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New E-Commerce Group Will Ensure Conducive Policy, Regulatory Environment – LCCI DG

BY ADEDOYIN GIWA LAGOS – From improving sales volume, to facilitating automated processes in business transactions and the application of new technology, there’s no disputing the fact that ecommerce is opening up the Nigerian economy at an impressive rate. Thriving on a digital economy platform, ecommerce boasts an incredible level …

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Saheed Ademola Elegushi: Twelve Years As A King

BY TEMITOPE OYEFESO LAGOS – When the instrument of authority was presented to Oba Saheed Ademola Elegushi on April 27, 2010, as the 21st monarch of Ikate-Elegushi kingdom, a coastal community along the Lagos lagoon, the people were ecstatic. But, there were careful expectations because the Prince, though steeped in …

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 We Are Bound To Meet, If We Are ‘Related’ – The Story Of My Seven ‘Sisters’, Others

Opinion: BY OLOYE LEKAN ALABI IBADAN – A Chinese sage, centuries ago, postulated that people, not necessarily blood relations,are bound to relate closely if they share similar philosophies, ideas,interests etc Such is the great bond between my humble self and the following seven ‘sisters’ of mine,with whom  I share deep, …

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SPARK Of Kindness That Is Impacting Communities Through Firstbank Staff Initiatives

Opinion: BY ANIEKAN EZEKIEL Have you seen the videos on this link: https://www.firstbanknigeria.com/home/impact/crs-week/? Piece of advice: Please hold your handkerchief or make sure there is a good supply of tissue paper while you view. The initiative that inspired the efforts and results seen in the videos is not a strange one, …

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Adopting Primary Healthcare Approach In Stemming Maternal Perinatal Death At Grassroots 

Opinion: BY: LATEEF AKINTUNDE One of the prayers for pregnant women in Western Nigeria is –  “Agbohun lya a gbohun Omo”. Meaning, the pregnant women shall successfully deliver their babies without a hitch. This emphasised the high value the society attached to the wellbeing of both the mother and their babies during …

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Culture, Religion & Modernity- Ogun, Oyo, Delta Experience

BY ‘WOLE OLADIPO The Bible says my people perish for lack of knowledge. Holy Prophet Muhammad, (PBH), enjoined His followers to seek knowledge, up to the far East- China. In essence, love and knowledge are the main thrust of God’s message to mankind! Culture/Tradition, as a way of life, defines people’s uniqueness. So, …

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2-Day Computer-Based Examination For Ogun Workers To Encourage Civil Servants To Be More Proficient In ICT – Engr. Odebunmi

...Over 1,000 Ogun Workers Sat For Exercise By: Adémólá Òrúnbon ABEOKUTA – Chairman of the Ogun State Civil Service Commission, Engr. Tokunbo Odebunmi, has said that the 2-day Computer-based Examination recently organized for over 1000 Ogun workers is to encourage civil servants to be more proficient in Information Communication Technology …

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Nigeria and Employment Racketeering

Opinion: By Wole Arisekola In Africa, most especially the South-Western part of Nigeria, it is believed that when a mother hen is crying out to the world that an eagle stole its chic, it is not because it can’t do anything to retrieve it, but to let the world hear …

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SOCIAL PROTECTION: VERITABLE MEANS OF BRIDGING INEQUALITY

Opinion By: Aderonke Dada As the world changes with unprecedented speed, only a society that can address socio-economic challenges of protecting poor and vulnerable households from prevailing economic shocks can successfully bridge the gap of inequality and build peaceful coexistence among its citizenry. Undoubtedly, Social protection has been neglected for …

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Candidates Imposition And Emergence Of Surah Animashaun In Epe

Opinion: BY: IBRAHIM ADÉMÓLÁ ÒRÚNBON Democracy operates principle of majority which requires equal political opportunities and liberties to aspirants to contest under political parties in recent times. Therefore political party has made formation of (representative) democracy easier and possible via the instrumentality of elections. Nigerian democracy is threatened by candidates …

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