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 Webb Fontaine Partners Elon Musk’s Starlink To Boost Internet Connectivity In Port Operations 

LAGOS  – Managing Director of Webb Fontaine Nigeria Limited, Ope Babalola has stated that his company has begun moves to partner Starlink owned by Elon Musk for increased port efficiency through using faster and reliable internet connectivity.  Babalola disclosed this in Lagos dusring a Town Hall Stakeholders’ engagement organised by JournalNG.  He said that efforts

 Lagos Fair To Advance Creativity, Innovation In Leather Industry 

 The Lagos Leather Fair (LLF) has assured commitment to improving creativity, through collaboration, in the biggest Leather fair industry with Accelerator Programme and collaborative partnership with Wema Bank.  The programme is dedicated to empowering and propelling the growth of emerging leatherwork entrepreneurs.  The LLF accelerator programme is a comprehensive platform that aims to foster innovation,

 UBA Recommits To Securing Children’s Future 

 United Bank for Africa Plc has expressed a renewed commitment to securing the future of children on the African continent.  This was expressed as the bank commemorated the 2024 Children’s Day by hosting a fun-filled event at the National Stadium, Surulere, Lagos, for the children.  A statement from the bank on Sunday indicated that it

 IIM Licensed By NDPC To Certify Data Protection Professionals In Nigeria

LAGOS  – The Federal Government through the Nigeria Data Protection Commission (NDPC) has granted a licence to the Institute of Information Management (IIM) to conduct examinations and certify data protection professionals for global competitiveness. Dr. Vincent Olatunji, the National Commissioner of NDPC, who said this while presenting licence to IIM in Abuja, said granting of

 Maritime Security: Integrating NIMASA C4I, Naval Falcon Eye Top Priority – Matawalle

LAGOS  – Minister of State, Defence Hon. Bello Matawalle has declared Federal Government’s commitment to integrating the operations of the Command Control Computer Communication Information System of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, and the surveillance facility of the Nigerian Navy known as the Falcon eye system for the security of the Nigerian

 FG Partners NESG To Drive Growth In Creative Sector

 The Federal Ministry of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy and the Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), to develop a framework for financing the creative industry’s growth. The MoU which was signed in Abuja, aims to revitalise the sector, unlock its vast potential, and contribute significantly to Nigeria’s

Tinubu Names Arterial Road In FCT After Wole Soyinka

ABUJA – President Bola Tinubu on Tuesday inaugurated the Arterial Road N20, which runs from Northern Park­way to Outer Northern Expressway (ONEX) in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). The Arterial Road N20 named after Nobel Laure­ate, Professor Wole Soyin­ka, is one of the transverse arterial roads connecting the Outer Northern Ex­pressway (ONEX) and the Outer

 Democracy, Governance And Credible Elections (2) 

 ABIODUN KOMOLAFE  Let’s come to the issues of recruitment and selection. All over the world, leadership is what changes history. Think of the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, led by leftist revolutionary, Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, aka, Vladimir Lenin, and come to terms with the fact that followership are just extras in a movie! Or, was it

 National Anthem: A Needless Focus On The Rear Mirror 

 AUSTEN AKHAGBEME  In Nigeria, indolence in public service by some elected and appointed public servants is gradually becoming a favourite pastime; the reason we seem to be running in cyclical disorder since the advent of majoritarian rule in Nigeria in 1999.  Of all the myriad of problems bedevilling us as a nation, we have chosen

Nigeria Ranks Below Benin, Sierra Leone, Others In Open Budget Survey Global Index

LAGOS – Nigeria was ranked below Cam­eroon, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Sier­ra Leone, and Benin Republic in the 2023 Open Budget Survey (OBS) conducted by the Interna­tional Budget Partnership (IBP). As a result, BudgIT, a leading civic-tech organisation promot­ing transparency, accountability, and effective service delivery in Nigeria, has expressed concern at the country’s performance. The Open Budget

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