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FG to Hold Crude Oil Licensing Round by Year-End: Says Petroleum Minister

Business News ….The Federal government of Nigeria will hold its first crude oil exploration bidding round for five years by the end of this year, while licence renewal talks with Shell and Chevron over existing onshore fields are in their final stages, the oil minister said on Tuesday.

 

 

 

 

 
In an interview with Reuters, Diezani Alison-Madueke said: “We expect within the next couple of months a marginal bid round will be announced. We hope a major bid round will follow before the end of the year.

NAFDAC’s New Anti-Counterfeiting Strategies

NAFDAC’s New Anti-Counterfeiting Strategies
The menace of counterfeit and substandard drugs is no doubt one that has been on the front burner of national discourse as far as the safety of the health of Nigerians is concerned.

 

 

 

 

 

This led to the setting up of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) by the Federal Government in 1993, with a clear mandate of safeguarding the health of the nation, through the provision of effective regulation of food, drug and chemical sector of the economy. While NAFDAC’s mandate

Top 4 Cinemas in Nigeria

The gradual return of cinema culture among Nigerians has certainly made Cinema business in Nigeria very lucrative.

Cinema goers in nigeriaBefore now Nigerians hardly go to the cinema but these days’ people flock to cinemas houses on a daily basis to watch Nigerian movies.

Linda Ikeji: I Make millions of naira through Blogging

“When the going gets Tough, The tough gets going”
Why?
“Where there is a WILL, there is a WAY”.
Linda Ikeji Nigeria’s pro-blogger shares a story of the how she weather the storms of life to achieve success, fame and wealth through online blogging.
Below is the true life story Linda Ikeji as shared on her blog in reply to Toke Makinwa comment about Linda is not being a role model.
Please read through and make your comment at the comment box at the end of the post.

LINDAIt was early 2000; I was 19 years old, in my second year at the University of Lagos Nigeria. I’d been a model for about a year and a half then. Modeling back then didn’t pay a lot. Sometimes you eat, sometimes you can’t find food. Sometimes you had money; sometimes you will have to beg for it. I’m not from a rich home. I started struggling since I was 17 to support my family. So I kinda hard a tough life growing up but I kept working, doing all sorts of modeling jobs, ushering, and fashion shows, and at one point I sold beer at a hotel. I’d leave lectures, go to a hotel and sell beer from 1pm till 10pm. I did this for a few months. It wasn’t easy but I had to survive. One of the things I said to myself back then was, the day I sell my body to a man for money, May God strike me dead. I was determined to make it on my own, never let any man take my dignity. In those days, most young girls had an aristo…I was never one of those girls. I would rather starve or beg for food than give my body to a man for money.

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