Nigeria news today headlines update Friday 1st March 2019
These are the Nigeria news today headlines update from Nigeria newspaper.
target=_blank>Libya’s Competing Leaders Agree On Holding Elections, Says UN
Rival leaders in Libya have agreed to hold elections in the country, agreeing on the “need to end the transitional stages”, according to a statement on Thursday from the UN mission in Libya. Fayez al-Sarraj, head of the Western-backed government, and Khalifa Haftar, leader of the Libyan National Army, met in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday.
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target=_blank>OCP Africa Urges FG To Further Encourage Use Of Fertiliser
The Federal Government has been advised to intensify and encourage the use of more fertilizer and increase investment in agriculture to boost growth and development. Mohamed Hettiti, Managing Director, OCP Africa Fertilisers Nigeria Limited made the call while speaking with DAILY INDEPENDENT in Lagos, stating that the fertilizer industry could assist and play vital roles
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target=_blank>‘Govt Should Assist Young Entrepreneurs’
The economic situation in the country is forcing young Nigerians to innovate and seek ways to create employment opportunities for themselves and even employ others in the process. They are creating businesses and expanding them and contributing to the development of the national economy. One of such young people is Oluwaseun Afolabi, Chief Executive Officer
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target=_blank>Agbadaolomu And Nigeria’s Deferred Democracy
Things did not fall apart for Nigeria on 15th January 1966. Things fell apart the very moment the British colonisers handed political power to the nationalists on 1st October 1960. The revelation that the transition from colonial rule to independence was manipulated to favour a section of the country attests to the fact that deviousness
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target=_blank>GEM Restructured To Boost SMEs –Enelamah
Lagos – The Federal Government has said that the $160 million World Bank’s Growth and Employment (GEM) project was restructured to boost the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector. The government also said the project has led to the creation of over 26,000 jobs. Mr. Bisi Daniels, Strategy Communications adviser to Okechukwu Enelamah, the Minister, Minister
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target=_blank>Scale Up Agriculture For National Development, Odedina Advises
Dr. Samson Odedina, Rector, Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, has emphasised the need to scale up agricultural solutions and practices to enhance national development in the country. He made the call while delivering the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta (FUNAAB) Alumni 21st Convention and 20th Annual Lecture series titled ‘Agricultural and National Development, Scaling Agricultural Solutions
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target=_blank>The Danger Called Flat-Footedness!
Being flat-footed (in career or business) is an idiom used to describe the situation where a manager is unprepared, slow to react, much more physically static with heavy inertia to act. It is the opposite of being agile, up and doing! ‘Be sure to conclude yesterday’s reconciliation before the boss comes in’, Temi instructed Chuks.
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target=_blank>NBMA Approves Commercial Release Of Genetically Modified Cowpea
Following more than two decades of research, field trials, and risk assessment by multiple organisations, the Nigerian Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA) has approved the commercial release of genetically modified, pest-resistant cowpea to farmers in Nigeria. This places the country on the path to becoming the first country ever to cultivate biotech cowpea, as this development
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target=_blank>‘There Are No Strangers Here’
Bisi Adeleye-Fayemi Brenda staggered through the streets, her eyes smarting from the smoke of the vehicles and tyres burning around her. The sounds were so loud and piercing, after a while, she did not hear them anymore. ‘Maybe this is what the end of the world feels like’ she thought as she was shoved by a
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Business like Cattle Ranching is not on the list of most people that does not consider it lucrative, but for the farmers that see it money-spinning, sustaining the business is the litmus test for them. Why? The reason is because even though fewer people consider cattle farming lucrative when looking for good businesses, a very […]
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