Alpha Specialties innovates to improve healthcare provision

As part of efforts to improve health care delivery, Alpha Specialties is providing quality medical equipment to health facilities across the country. At the recent premier healthcare trade platform, Medic West Africa brought together over 200 exhibitors from more than 32 countries to showcase the latest technologies across the medical,…

Private sector drives support for educational philanthropy with advocacy

Philanthropy is a globally renowned gesture by well-meaning individuals in uplifting the stand of some other people. This act is not rare in Nigeria, as philanthropists, in recent times, have supported the government in many ways and changed the situation for many persons. This could be in areas such as…

CBAN rings closing bell as it announces credit conference

The Credit Bureau Association of Nigeria (CBAN) on Monday rang the closing bell on the trading floor of the Nigeria Stock Exchange (NSE), announcing its 6th credit reporting conference bill for Friday. Jemeelah Sharrieff-Ayedun, managing director and chief executive of CBAN, alongside heads of member bodies were received by Jude…

Chocolate City hosts round table discussion on good governance.

In a bid to push for good governance and encourage civic participation in governance, renowned record label, Chocolate City in partnership with the Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA) held a round table discussion on October 24, 2019 at the CCX Lounge in Victoria Island Lagos The event witnessed…

Minimum wage: Battle shifts between states and labour

If there was a doubt regarding labour’s position with respect to the payment of the national minimum wage of N30,000, and the agreed consequential salary adjustment by state governments, that doubt was diffused at the recently concluded national leadership retreat of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), in Enugu. What became…

Apapa suffocates again as Task Team, NPA differ on cause

Once again, trailers and their twin brothers, the tankers, have over-run Apapa, thereby re-enacting the ugly scenes and suffocating experiences that existed before the coming of the subsisting presidential task team (PTT) set up to clear the gridlock that defines Apapa as Nigeria’s first port city. As+ it is at…

‘Nigeria needs to coordinate tax payments better in order not to distract entrepreneurs’

The co-working space market in Nigeria is increasingly gaining traction driven chiefly by millennial demographics and growing tech start-up community in the country. AYO AKINMADE, executive vice-chairman of Regus Nigeria, a major co-working space supplier operating under the franchise of International Workspace Group (IWG), in this interview with CHUKA UROKO…