CBN, Job Security And The Economy

It recently took the swift and timely intervention of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to avert what would have been a massive job loss in the banking sector. Access Bank had finalised plans to lay off about 800 workers, …

FG’s Controversial Rice Palliative

The Federal Government recently donated palliatives to some states to cushion the effects of the lockdown occasioned by the coronavirus infection, in the form of bags of rice. Strangely, this has strained the relationship between the donor and the beneficiaries,

Addressing Dangers As Lockdown Is Relaxed

Given the propensity of a good number of Nigerians to disobey lawful orders, there are fears that the recent easing of the COVID- 19-induced lockdown by the Federal Government and some states may trigger increases in the rate of spread …

COVID-19: Need To Patronise Nigerian Goods

A major lesson from the affliction of the world with COVID-19 is that it imbued countries with creative impulses to enhance their survival as independent entities. With the tragic deaths and huge dislocation of the global economy, countries knew it’…s

Camp 74 Fish Farmers Threaten To Quit Business

Members of Camp 74 fish farmers Association, Delta State, have threatend to abandon their businesses since it is no longer profit­able to them.

Disclosing this to the press in Asaba, the state capital, the Chairman of the Association, Mr. Chuks…

Controversies Of Ogbeogonogo Market Fire

Once I got the distress call from my News Editor that morning, I dashed out of the newsroom and hopped onto the next rickshaw heading towards my direction. We had barely reached Ibusa junction when I jumped down, racing towards …