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November, 2017

17 November 2017,

The Guardian, Nigeria’s flagship newspaper, fully aware that manufacturing is a key driver of economic growth and development presents the maiden edition of the Guardian Manufacturing Excellence Awards 2017 in collaboration with African Development Studies Centre (Inc.). The award event will recognize deserving sector players in the Nigerian manufacturing industry that outperformed in the year 2016 […]

February, 2017

23 February 2017,

For governments and institutions to remain globally and locally competitive and sustain the positive impacts of ICT advancement, they must make adequate provision to monitor, detect and prevent cybercrimes which have been on the increase today. Available records have shown that organizations that suffered cyber-attacks not only lost vital information but also huge sums of […]

September, 2016

08 September 2016,

The collapse in oil prices has significant implications for the agriculture sector. After years of neglect, agriculture and agribusiness are once again seizing the attention of African governments, business leaders, investors and other partners. Agriculture and agribusiness together are projected to be a $1 trillion industry in sub-Sahara Africa by 2030. Agribusiness can play a […]

July, 2016

14 July 2016,

Nigeria is faced with a ‘taxing’ challenge, a situation where its tax receipt compared to its potentials and vis-a-vis other developing countries is unsustainably low. According to the World Bank data, Nigeria’s tax to GDP ratio as at 2015 was measured at 9 per cent compared to 19 per cent in Kenya and 25 per […]

July, 2019


POWER-UP NIGERIA SUMMIT 2019 Theme: Meeting The Nation’s Power Needs: Challenges & Opportunities   Outlook With a population of approximately 195million and a yearly % increase of 2.61 million as at 2018, Nigeria’s electricity capacity with available generation hovering around 7,000MW is largely insufficient. The Nigerian Government’s target to achieve a whopping 20GW of electricity […]