Six Former, Current Presidents in Africa to Speak At 15th CVL Annual Lecture

[This Day] Six former and current Presidents in Africa are billed to speak at the 15th Centre for Value and Leadership (CVL) Annual Lecture on February 6 in Lagos, as part of efforts to address issues of leadership quality and its implication for devel…

[This Day] Six former and current Presidents in Africa are billed to speak at the 15th Centre for Value and Leadership (CVL) Annual Lecture on February 6 in Lagos, as part of efforts to address issues of leadership quality and its implication for development in the continent.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Angbazo – Business Environment Didn’t Favour GE’s Listing On NSE

[This Day] The Chief Executive Officer of General Electrics, (GE) Lazarus Angbazo, has stated that the Nigeria business environment has not favoured the listing of GE in the Nigeria Stock Exchange Market (NSE) despite being a net investor in the country.

[This Day] The Chief Executive Officer of General Electrics, (GE) Lazarus Angbazo, has stated that the Nigeria business environment has not favoured the listing of GE in the Nigeria Stock Exchange Market (NSE) despite being a net investor in the country.

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Agabje – Using Fairs to Redefine Retail Banking

[This Day] Segun Agbage, the managing director/CEO of Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank), is not a popular man. To many, he is aloof, too strait-laced, not your typical run-of-the-mill Nigerian. As one of Nigeria’s foremost bankers, he has a reputation for r…

[This Day] Segun Agbage, the managing director/CEO of Guaranty Trust Bank (GTBank), is not a popular man. To many, he is aloof, too strait-laced, not your typical run-of-the-mill Nigerian. As one of Nigeria's foremost bankers, he has a reputation for running a tight and efficient ship, is unflinching in his pursuit and recovery of loans from the country's systemically chronic debtors who have a sense of entitlement believing that they can borrow depositors' funds without paying back, and does not give a hoot about th

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Rwanda, Uganda to Receive Israel Deportees ‘In a Matter of Weeks’

[East African] Rwanda and Uganda will start receiving a large number of African refugees deported from Israel “in a matter of weeks,” a court in Tel Aviv was told on Tuesday.

[East African] Rwanda and Uganda will start receiving a large number of African refugees deported from Israel "in a matter of weeks," a court in Tel Aviv was told on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Infrastructure Hindering Foreign Investment, Says Nepza

[This Day] Abuja -The Managing Director of Nigeria Export Processing Zone Authority (NEPZA), Hon. Emmanuel Lyambee Jime, has said lack of infrastructure is a huge obstacle against foreign investment in Nigeria.

[This Day] Abuja -The Managing Director of Nigeria Export Processing Zone Authority (NEPZA), Hon. Emmanuel Lyambee Jime, has said lack of infrastructure is a huge obstacle against foreign investment in Nigeria.

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Rep Appeals Directive On Katsina Re-Run

[Daily Trust] Katsina -The member representing Mashi/Dutsi Federal Constituency, Mansur Ali Mashi, has appealed the judgement of an election petition tribunal that ordered INEC to re-conduct election in 15 polling units of the constituency.

[Daily Trust] Katsina -The member representing Mashi/Dutsi Federal Constituency, Mansur Ali Mashi, has appealed the judgement of an election petition tribunal that ordered INEC to re-conduct election in 15 polling units of the constituency.

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IYC, Ijaw Nation Allege Plan By Edo Govt to Unleash Soldiers On Gelegele

[This Day] Benin City -The Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) and Ijaw elders in Edo State at the weekend raised the alarm over an alleged plan by the state government to deploy soldiers to Gelegele and other Ijaw communities in the state, including Okikoro wher…

[This Day] Benin City -The Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) and Ijaw elders in Edo State at the weekend raised the alarm over an alleged plan by the state government to deploy soldiers to Gelegele and other Ijaw communities in the state, including Okikoro where they have their Egbesu shrine, saying such action will be a declaration of war against the Ijaw nation which will be resisted.

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