The emergence of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, former finance minister and coordinator of the economy in Nigeria, as the Director General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) is an achievement of a lifetime, which many have described as the triumph of the African Woman. Though it was a long walk to that Olympian height for the celebrated […] Read Full Story
IN a sense, and as in the case of petrol, countries that do not have as much sunshine as Africa are already ‘selling sunshine’ to Nigeria through photovoltaic solar panels and other renewable energy equipment. In February 2018, the Nigeria Customs Service arbitrarily imposed a five per cent duty and five per cent VAT on
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Nigeria’s health care system has long been held down with challenges such as under-funding, manpower shortages, inadequate facilities and poor equipment, among others. In the public healthcare institutions run by federal and state governments, there is the usual shortage of healthcare personnel, and patients, in addition to buying their own drugs, are usually required to
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