Almost a year since its establishment, the Development Bank of Nigeria said it has supported over 5000 MSMEs access startup capital. In this interview, the Managing Director of the bank, Mr. Tony Okpanachi, is hopeful that the bank will meet its target of 20,000 businesse [...]
Oriaku stakes APGA’s claim to Abia
As preparations for 2019 general election gather momentum, a frontline politician, Hon. Kingsley Oriaku, has assured that All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, will take [...]
Prof. Charles Uwakwe is the Registrar of the National Examination Council, NECO. In this interview with some journalists in Abuja, he spoke on the numerous achievements recorded under his leadership and the target set by the council to remit N1.2 billion to the federation account by December 2 [...]
Benue State Governor Samuel Ortom in this interview with journalists in Makurdi said he will require over N40 billion to clear salary arrears of civil servant [...]
Veteran Spanish Diplomat, Ambassador ANGEL LOSADA, is no stranger to Nigeria. For five years, he was the Spanish Ambassador to Nigeria and during that time he took the relationship between Nigeria and Spain to the next level by increasing the level of trade and tourism between both countries. Inde [...]
The US Food and Drug Administration on Friday banned several key chemicals in antibacterial hand soap, warning of health risks and saying they were not more effective than ordinary soap.
The FDA move took aim at 19 ingredients including the two most common, triclosan and triclocarban, which are [...]
The first military Governor of Delta State, Air Commodore Luke Ochulor (rtd), has called on Deltans irrespective of political and ethnic affiliations to join hands with the Governor Ifeanyi Okowa to move the state forward.
Ochulor in an exclusive interview with The Abuja Inquirer at Asaba on Del [...]
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