Stanbic IBTC, Vetiva, PZ win big at 5th NSE Corporate Challenge

Lagos, Nigeria – The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) annual 5km race, NSE Corporate Challenge, themed, “e-Race Cancer”, was held on Saturday, September 15, 2018, at Muri Okunola Park, Lagos, with the purpose of raising funds and creating awareness on the fight against cancer. In the keenly contested race, Austin Ani of Stanbic IBTC emerged the


Corporate Governance, Nigeria's Trade & Investment Minister

World Bank’s GEM project undergoing restructuring – Enelamah

The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Okechukwu Enelamah, on Tuesday said the Growth and Employment Programme being implemented by the ministry and sponsored by the World Bank was currently being restructuring. He said this during a chat with journalists at the headquarters of the ministry in Abuja. The Federal Government had disbursed a total


F-15: The Air Force Fighter No One Wants To Fight

The USAF bought its last F-15 in 2001, but foreign sales have kept Boeing’s production line humming since. The company has twice in recent years tried to again attract the interest of the Air Force, first with the semi-stealthy Silent Eagle in 2010. In 2016, Boeing again introduced a new F-15, Eagle 2040C. Eagle 2040C


Buhari is Nigeria’s most incompetent leader, says Atiku

Former Vice-President Abubakar Atiku has said President Muhammadu Buhari’s failure to retain significant individuals in his party was a sign of weakness and lack of leadership. Atiku, through his campaign organisation, said his attempt to come to power “is to clean the mess that Buhari would leave which has resulted in job loss, poor economy



Youths and the Nigerian Necrocracy

By Abimbola Adelakun When I was growing up in Ibadan, the atmosphere was rife with tales of supernaturally powerful people who used the blood of children to prolong their lives. Like most people, as we grew up, the world that promoted those stories and gave them credibility gradually receded. We began to dismiss those urban