Onne Ports Reels Out 2018 Achievements, Regrets Challenges

P/HARCOURT – Onne Ports complex, also home to the Oil and Gas Free Zone (OGFZ), has reeled out its 2018 achievements, although huge challenges still persist. Alhassan Abubakar, the port manager who disclosed to journalists during a recent stock-taking media briefing at the complex in Onne, near Port Harcourt, said that they received quay fenders, which…

Our $3bn Refinery Project Still Intact – IPMAN

LAGOS – The South-west, Zonal Chairman, Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN),Alhaji Debo Ahmed, has hinted that the association would resume financing its $3billion refineries project as soon as the Federal Government settles its fuel import subsidy arrears. Ahmed, who disclosed this to newsmen in Lagos, said the development became necessary to fast-track the take-off…

How the world welcomed 2019

Revellers welcomed 2019 with fireworks displays and festivities as a celebratory wave swept westward across the globe from Asia to Europe and Africa.  The post How the world welcomed 2019 appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN). Go to News Source Author: Editor BO

Adopting Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as political party manifesto

That Nigeria failed lamentably in all aspects of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) is now history whose sad melody lingers on. As has been noted by a commentator, the implementation of the MDGs in Nigeria “lacked the high-mindedness of the Millennium Declaration and the ambitiousness of some leaders because despite the availability of funds the…

2019 presidency: Someone better than Buhari will takeover, APC chose unhealthy man – Rev. Hezekiah

The founder and general overseer of Living Christ Mission Worldwide, and Chancellor of Hezekiah University, His Grace, Most Rev. Daddy Hezekiah has expressed concern that President Muhammadu Buhari was seeking for a second term in office in the 2019 general elections. In a Christmas and New year message, the cleric wondered why the All Progressives…

Hoping for a better year in 2019

2018 is a year to forget for many Nigerians. The year began with punishing fuel queues and gruesome killings by herdsmen and cult gangs that are yet to be identified and brought to justice. If Nigerians thought the authorities will act to stop the killings, they were wrong. One senior member of the government after…

MTN Nigeria launches business survey tool 

It has been estimated that by 2023 governments will begin to explore replacing census with big-data technologies. That is the rate at which technology is constantly changing our realities and forcing more organisations – start-ups or establishments- to get on board, leveraging data to drive revenue growth. Leading this technology charge in Nigeria, telecommunications company,……