LBN News Digest: Will Cynthia Osokogu's Killers Be Punished, US Hails Nigeria as Africa's Pride of Economic Devt & More News!

Nigeria power minister resigns before privatization
“He would rather go about his private business.” It is highly unusual for Nigerian politicians to resign over conflicts of interest in a country that still ranks low on the Transparency International corruption perceptions index. Nigeria plans to sell 

Will Cynthia Osokogu’s Killers Be Punished?
Cynthia, just like any young Nigerian who make new friends and business partners online, decided to pay her new online friends a visit in Lagos since that was where she always purchased materials for her fashion outlet in Keffi. This time however, she 

Creating an Enabling Business Environment
Nigeria: Creating an Enabling Business Environment. By Jacob Amusu, 28 August 2012. Comment. opinion. It was Albert Einstein, the great physicist who said “try not to become a man of success but a man of value”. This has brought to the fore, man’s 

Railway Modernisation – FG Signs Contract Agreement With Chinese Company
As part of the Federal Government commitments to transform the railway sub sector, it has signed a contract agreement with CCECC Nigeria for the construction of the Lagos to Ibadan double track. The Minister of Transport Senator Idris Umar hinted that 

Relevance of Public Relations in Nigeria’s Crisis Management
However, it is just as true for major policy decisions concerning changes in business management, pricing policies, labour negotiations, introduction of new products, or changes in distribution methods. Each of these decisions affects different groups 

Using Tourism to Drive Nigeria’s Economic Potential
With a 700 km stretch of white beaches, Nigeria should become a destination for water sports as well as hospitality business along the coast line thereby providing employment for the unemployed. The country is beginning the sports of mountaineering 

US Hails Nigeria as Africa’s Pride of Economic Devt
He stated that the World Bank’s Doing Business Index ranks Nigeria as 133th out of 183 countries on the basis of the constraints encountered in starting a business, dealing with construction permits and registration of property and enforcement of 

Mobile technology to help Nigerian Business women | News 
The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women has said it will be launching a new mobile phone service in partnership with Nokia and MTN Nigeria to help women 

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