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Lagos - Clearing agents operating in Apapa port have attributed their protest which led to the shutting down of the weekend to activities of Customs Intelligence Unit, CIU, who they accused of conniving with their counterparts in the Federal Operations Unit, FOU, to detain their containers.
BANKS in the country have decried the backlog of cargo clearance document (Pre Arrival Assessment Report, PAAR) yet to be delivered by the Nigeria Customs Service, a development that has led to high number of un-cleared cargoes at the ports.
THE Federal Government of Nigeria has presented cheques worth N24 million to 16 beneficiaries of the 2013 Presidential Standing Committee on Inventions and Innovations, PSCII grant.
The cheque presentation to beneficiaries was a continuation of nine years support by the Presidential Standing Committee on Invention and Innovation, PSCII.
Presenting the cheques, the Supervising Minister of Science and Technology Ministry, Mrs. Omobola Johnson, while congratulating the beneficiaries on their achievements, described innovation as the lifeblood of any business, any country regardless of social, demographic or economic standing.
She encouraged them to apply the grant towards the next step to their ultimate goal, which is patenting and writing a business plan.
KANO (AFP) – South African retailer Shoprite on Thursday opened its first outlet in northern Nigeria, as part of an aggressive expansion drive and defying wider concerns about security in the region.
The store in Kano — the north’s largest city and main commercial hub — is situated in the new $110-million (80-million-euro) Ado Bayero Mall that has taken three years to construct and claims to be Nigeria’s biggest.
“A reputation for good judgement, for fair dealing, for truth and for rectitude is, itself fortune” – HARRY WARD BEECHER, quoted by Archbishop JV Obinna in honour of ex-Governor Peter Obi and befitting for Chief Innocent Chukwuma.
With over 40 years experience in agriculture with special interest in animal husbandry, Alhaji Isa Tafida Mafindi, Yerimam Muri, has finally set up an abattoir of an international standard in Abuja Nigeria.
In this interview with JIMOH BABATUNDE, Mafindi who is the CEO, Famag-jal, discloses that a documentary on a foreign media on how meat processing was badly handled in Nigeria gave rise to the idea of the state of the art abattoir. Excerpts:
The Association of Advertising Agencies of Nigeria, AAAN has disclosed that advertising expenditure for 2013 had grown to N125 billion from N91 billion in 2012, explaining that the figure represents advertising spend from the organised private sector alone.
The Association said that Nigeria’s economy can do better with sectors like the power, Agric, tourism and ICT operating at full potential, whilst the advertising industry is positioned for expected growth.
According to the association the above figure was the advertising spend in 2013 from Television ad which amounted to N66,250billion, Radio N22,500billion, Outdoor N23,750billion and the press N23,500billion which totaled N125,000 billion.
ABUJA — Nigeria has earned over $50 billion as proceeds from exportation of liquefied natural gas in the last 15 years, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria LNG Limited, Mr. Babs Omotowa, has said.
Omotowa, who disclosed this at the celebration of Nigeria’s milestone 3000th LNG Export Cargo, weekend, in Abuja, explained that the huge earnings sprouted from a meagre $2.5 billion invested in the firm at its inception in 1999.
He recalled that the event of January 2014, when the Nigeria LNG Limited exported Nigeria’s 3000th cargo since the company began operations on Bonny Island in 14 years, would ever remain indelible in the life of the nation.
ABEOKUTA— The Ogun State Command of the Nigeria Police, on Sunday, said it killed two suspected armed robbers and arrested one, while they attempted to rob a man of his N50 million at Sagamu in the state.
The Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, in the state, Muyiwa Adejobi, in a statement said: “A Special Anti-Robbery Squad in the state led by Superintendent of Police Mohammed Tijani on Friday, March 14, engaged some suspected armed robbers, who came from Anambra State, in a fierce gun duel in GRA Area Sagamu, Ogun State at 8pm.”