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    Lafarge Africa Emerges Best Company At 2016 SERAs

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    Lafarge Africa Plc, a leading construction solutions company in Nigeria has emerged Best Company in Stakeholder Engagement in Nigeria at the 10th edition of the Social Enterprise Report Awards (SERAs), in recognition of its unflinching commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR), stakeholder engagement and consistent contribution to sustainable development. The building materials giant was also…

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    Konga Rolls Out Warehousing Infrastructure Project Across Nigeria

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    Konga, one of Nigeria’s online shopping mall, is rolling out an extensive warehouse infrastructure project across Nigeria to service thousands more online merchants, it announces today. ‘Fulfilled by Konga’ will enable thousands of Nigerian online sellers, who currently sell through Konga, to store their merchandise in Konga warehouses and subsequently have the orders delivered by…

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    Disparity In Africa’s Pay-TV Subscription Rate

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    GODDIE OFOSE takes a look at the myth being  peddled that Nigerians pay the highest subscription rates in the African continent. As at last year, precisely, November 17, 2015, Nigeria’s pay-TV market was rated as second largest in Africa with about 14.5 per cent domination, according to the study done by telecom, TV and media…

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    Eliminating Old ‘Ajo’ System Through PayWithCapture

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    In this piece, GODDIE OFOSE takes a look at the effort at abolishing old thrift contribution system, otherwise known as ‘Ajo’ or ‘Esusu’ through the use of Access Bank’s innovative online payment platform, PayWithCapture Recently, the Nigerian banking landscape was redefined through the upgrade of Access Bank’s digital solution platform, PayWithCapture. Apparently from an ineffective…

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    Forex, Power, Biggest Challenges To Our Company’s Survival – MD Integrated Dairies

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    Sheyin Roy Shekarri is the managing director of Integrated Dairies Limited. In this interview with GODDIE OFOSE, he stated that the Nigerian market is currently flooded with over 80 per cent of non-fresh milk yoghurt and that besides power, the new foreign exchange policy of the federal government is another major challenge for manufacturers in…

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    Union Bank Backs Empowerment Of 50 Girls

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    Union Bank of Nigeria has thrown it weight behind the Junior Achievement Nigeria (JAN) initiative tagged Leadership, Empowerment, Achievement, and Development Camp for 50 girls in the 6th edition of the 2016 programme, in Nigeria. The 50 girls drawn from across various regions of Nigeria in public and private schools will be given the opportunity…

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    11 Survivors Of Lekki Gardens’ Building Collapse Receive Keke, N50,000 Each

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    Lekki Gardens Limited, Nigeria’s leading private real estate development company has empowered the 11 survivors of the unfortunate March 8, 2016 building collapse with the presentation of Tricycles and cash support. Lekki Gardens Limited presented the brand new tricycle worth over half a million naira and fifty thousand naira cash to each of the survivors…

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    Nigerian Markets Have Enough Data – Omoyele

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    Mr Lampe Omoyele is a marketing research professional and managing director, Nielsen West Africa, a global research agency. Omoyele, who spoke with GODDIE OFOSE on the importance of research in marketing campaigns said that Nigerian consumer confidence index has never been so poor until 4th quarter of 2015. According to the Nielsen boss, the reasons…

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    Dangote Contributes 53% Of Govt Revenues From Mineral Sector – NEITI

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    An Agency of the federal government, the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI), has revealed that Dangote Industries Limited generates more mineral resource revenue for the government than the rest of the nation put together. In its reports made available to the media yesterday, NEITI said Dangote Cement was responsible for 53 per cent of…

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