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About 500,000 farmers in four African countries are to directly benefit from new research programme aimed at improving the productivity of cassava.
A statement by the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture obtained on Friday said researchers and key partners, working under the Support for Agricultural Research and Development for Strategic Crops, had unveiled the programme aimed at improving the productivity of cassava by at least 20 per cent in project sites.
M r. Randy Buday is the Managing Director DHL International Nigeria Ltd. He spoke with VANGUARD on how the advent of email and the tablet phones are affecting the courier industry in the country, among other issues. Excerpt:
How long have you been operating in Nigeria; what are your contributions to the development of the courier industry in the country?
The Ogun Police Command said on Thursday that it arrested a 38-year-old man, Adelani Ayomide, for being in possession of a bag containing 18 human skulls.
A statement by the command’s spokesperson, Mr Muyiwa Adejobi, issued in Abeokuta said Ayomide was arrested on Thursday along the Ado-Odo-Owode road at about 6.48 a.m. during a routine police stop-and-search operation.
Through its relentless innovation and discovery, Samsung Electronics West Africa has introduced into the smart phone econ-system Samsung Galaxy S5 with a built-in heart rate sensor that enables new features in the S Health 3.0 app, as well as a finger print scanner that puts it on par with Apple’s TouchID feature on the iPhone 5S.
The new product which is compliant with IP67 dust and water resistant will be available in the global markets next month.
Direct membership registration is still going on at the Chartered Institute of Finance and Control of Nigeria. Below is list of benefits for members of this noble professional body.
Lagos – Heritage Bank Nigeria has offered traders and artisans of the Gbagada Plank market located in Gbagada Industrial Estate of Lagos State the opportunity to enjoy financial
services without the risk and stress walking kilometres in order to visit a bank branch with the launch of its agent banking scheme called “Corner Shop”.
Lagos – Investors’ net worth in the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), Oil & Gas index depreciated by 14.88 per cent from January to March 4, 2014.
The official statistics provided by NSE showed that the oil and gas index went down by 44.03 points to close on March 4, 2014 at 295.85 from the 339.88 achieved to close the year 2013, indicating a loss of 14.88 per cent.
Lagos – The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) is set to enhance efficiency in real time delivery of stock transactions to investors after rolling out a mobile an email alert notification system.
“Each time investors buy or sell a security, an alert is sent to them via a Text Message to the recipient’s mobile phone or via an e-mail to the recipient’s mailbox,” explained Mr Ade Bajomo, Executive Director of Market Operations and Technology at the NSE.
Abuja – The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has stated that the country’s broadband project will be private sector-driven via infrastructure companies (InfraCos)
InfraCos are companies that will improve provision of broadband services through the use of critical Information and Communication Technology infrastructure across the six-geopolitical zones in the country
Abuja – The Federal Government of Nigeria will generate more than five billion dollars from the sale of 10 National Integrated Power Plants (NIPP), an official said.
Mr Benjamin Dikki, the Director-General, Bureau of Public Enterprise (BPE), made the disclosure at a news conference on Friday in Abuja after the bidding process by a consortium of investors.