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Tyough Foundation Visits displaced refugees from the Tiv/Fulani Crisis to assess living conditions

April 4, 2014

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The Tyough Foundation recently sent a delegation to visit the Tiv Refugees who have been displaced by Fulani insurgents in the recent crisis in Benue State, Nigeria. These refugees are camping temporarily in various  primary schools located  in Wurukum and north bank  wards of the state. Although this visit was basically for the purposes of assessing their living […]

Market to Watch: Nigeria

February 12, 2014

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Organizations should look for these project management skills to maneuver project challenges and excel in this growing economy.  With a large population, substantial natural resources and a strategic location, Nigeria is gaining ground as a project hotspot. The African country is poised for growth this year — its GDP is expected to increase 7.4 percent, more than twice […]

NIGERIA : LOOKING BEYOND OIL

September 14, 2013

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Nigeria’s economy is heavily dependent on oil. The oil sector accounts for over 95% of the export earning and about 40% of government revenue. Nigeria remains the largest oil producer in Africa

RINTEL SMART SYSTEMS : REVOLUTIONISING THE IT INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA

August 31, 2013

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With the continuous advancement of technology worldwide and as exposure and awareness in Nigeria continues to grow. Some notable start-ups are paving the way for a new generation of business people and entrepreneurs who are meeting the local needs of Nigerians. Last week, we spoke about an on-line hotel booking website ‘nitestay.com’ but this week […]

SHOULD THE COMMANDANT (NSCDC) HAVE SAID ‘ I AM NOT SURE, I WILL CONFIRM THE WEBSITE ADDRESS AND GET BACK TO YOU?

March 13, 2013

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I know many of you have watched the Channels interview with the Lagos State Commandant of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corp (NSCDC),  that is currently in circulation. (Watch Below) The level of incompetence expressed by the Commandant should not come as a surprise to  a typical Nigerian as it exposes the calibre of some […]

THE ‘FOREIGN WORKER’ KILLINGS || G.E.J NEEDS TO REALIGN HIS PRIORITIES

March 11, 2013

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The only way the ‘Ansaru’ terrorist group would have known that there were British military aircrafts in abuja (irrespective of whether they were planning to use them for a rescue mission or not) is because they had ‘insider’ information. It is sad and unfortunate that those foreign workers had to be killed in cold blood. […]

RV FR ANGUS FRASER RECEIVES THIS DAY AWARD

February 26, 2013

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Reverend Father Angus Fraser, Head Principal of Mount Saint Gabriels Secondary School, Makurdi, Benue State , Nigeria received a This Day Honours Award. As reported by This day, Rev, Father Angus Fraser is a catholic priest and educationist who hails from a Carribean island called Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Father!! as he is fondly called […]