Minister woos investors with opportunities in mining sector | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World News ⬇️
Investors looking for attractive returns on their capital have been tasked with taking advantage of the opportunities in the Nigerian mining sector.
Olamilekan Adegbite is Nigeria’s Minister of Solid Minerals and Steel Development Minister of Steel and Mines, Mr.Three top Nigerian presidential candidates signed a "peace" deal meant to ease tensions during campaigning for the 2023 election, though the ruling party flag-bearer was absent from the ceremony.Ports ENL Consortium is the operator of Terminals C and D at the Lagos Port Complex Apapa.NIWA The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has commenced the removal of wrecks from three major axes of inland waterways in Lagos, namely Ibeshe, Owode and Ijora axis.
Olamilekan Adegbite, made the call yesterday, during the two-day Nigerian Global Economic Summit (NGES) at the Hilton Kensington Hotel.Speaking through a video broadcast, the minister said there were opportunities in both the downstream and upstream sectors.Mahmood Yakubu.Mining, he said, “is at its infancy stage “ and could “generate employment,”, especially for the “teeming youth” population in various states in the country.“We have watched and monitored these individuals and agencies very closely in the last 19 years and can confidently attest to their market leadership, resilience, excellence and above all landmark achievements in their various sectors,” Ajayi said.Adegbite further stated that among other incentives, the sector has one of the best rates of capital returns in the world.Past presidential ballots in Africa’s most populous country have been marred by violence, fraud, court challenges and a rise in ethnic tensions.“The royalty rate is the best in Africa,” he said, noting that just “three to five per cent is what we charge.We are starting with Ijora.
” Consultant gynaecologist, Prof.The accord, organised by the National Peace Committee, a private initiative of religious, traditional and opinion leaders, urged candidates to focus on issues and steer away from incitement.Mark Walsh, said the company has made a substantial investment in human and material resources at the port.Rotimi Jaiyesinmi of Trojan Medical Group, also spoke at the summit, saying there was need for investment in “digitalisation” of medical records.He argued that without the digitalisation of medical services, there were “delayed diagnosis” and preventable “deaths.“It is not enough to simply sign the peace accord.” The chief executive officer of Castles Homes, Dipo Davies, told attendees of opportunities in the real estate sector.She said the equipment was not functional, with endless ship queues, even as touts called the shot, while the morale of workers was at its lowest ebb.According to him, the siting of the Dangote refinery in the Ibeju Lekki axis of Lagos makes it an attractive area for those willing to exercise patience for a few years to see their lands appreciate in value.” Main opposition Peoples Democratic Party or PDP candidate Atiku Abubakar, Labour Party candidate Peter Obi and the New Nigerian Peoples Party’s Rabiu Kwankwaso all signed the document in the Abuja ceremony.The survey analysis has already revealed to us what we are expected to remove,” she said.
Nigeria candidates sign 'peace' deal for election campaign | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsThree top Nigerian presidential candidates signed a 'peace' deal meant to ease tensions during campaigning for the 2023 election, though the ruling party flag-bearer was absent from the ceremony. Tinubu clearly shows that he can't handle the task
ENL Consortium bags most outstanding maritime company award | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsNigeria’s indigenous port operator, ENL Consortium, has emerged Most Outstanding Maritime Company of the Decade at the 2022 Marketing Edge Awards.
NIWA begins wreck removal from Lagos waterways | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsThe National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has commenced the removal of wrecks from three major axis of inland waterways in Lagos, namely Ibeshe, Owode and Ijora axis.
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2023: INEC warns Nigerians against inappropriate voting | The Guardian Nigeria News - Nigeria and World NewsIndependent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said inappropriate marking of boxes or space provided on the ballot paper by voters may affect the outcome of the 2023 general elections. While stressing the need for Nigerians to vote correctly on election day, the commission said voters must follow the procedure for voting for their preferred candidate […] Hope they are not laying foundation for disenfranchisement. I don't trust INEC