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‘We acted legally on sale of forfeited oil vessels’

The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami has said the approval given for the sale...

NECA to Fed Govt: Reverse VAT to 5% from 7.5%

The Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association (NECA) has urged the Federal Government to reverse the current Value Added Tax (VAT) from 7.5 per cent to initial five percent.

Why Nigeria should belong to World Skills Body – ITF DG...

The Industrial Training Fund, ITF has raised concerns that despite the improvement in skills acquisition, Nigeria is yet to be a member of the World Skills Summit, a body which gives opportunity for deliberations on skills development policies and frameworks for new age, showcases global innovations and best practices as well as guarantees platform for networking and interactions with leaders from industries and governments.

Dangote Cement Show Exit To Over 3000 Staff Without Notice

Dangote Cement show Exit To Over 3000 Staff Without Notice The largest producer of cement in Nigeria, Dangote Cement Plc, has fired more than 3000 staff without prior notice or due process.

ITF unveils 2nd phase of reviewed vision

The Industrial Training Fund (ITF) has concluded arrangements to commence the implementation of the second phase of its plan, which is christened: ITF Reviewed Vision: Strategies for Mandate Actualization.

Covid :19. First bank unfolds measures to protect customers after Marina...


Covid :19. First bank unfolds measures to protect customers after Marina branch staff tested positive (Finance/Banking)

The management of First Bank Limited yesterday announced it has activated its emergency response programme to protect customers and other stakeholders after a staff at its Marina Lagos branch had tested positive to the dreaded Coronavirus disease.

BUA warns Dangote to steer clear of Obu Mines

BUA Group has warned Dangote Group to remove its excavators and trenches used in barricading the entrance of Obu Mines in three days or face contempt of court proceedings.

Nigeria loses N1.5tr shipping business to foreigners

The Federal Government can realise over N1.5 trillion from over 10,000 vessels doing business, it was learnt.