This is an opportunity for business leaders to exchange ideas, network and extend their contact base among others. Delegates include international economic contributors, stakeholders, top government officials, entrepreneurs, investors, development zone agents and top brands across sectors.
if you have a company registered and you have not started doing any business with it, do not open a bank account in that company’s name and if you have opened an account, do not transact with it.
By Suyi Ayodele (Edited) “For so many years, the North has been behaving like the King that feels he cannot be challenged; the one who determines the destinies of others while wearing the toga of supremacy. The region has been reaping from where it did not sow and has been enjoying the sweat and labour of the South, unchallenged.” This is a true-life story. There was once a Yoruba Traditional Ruler who talked down on his subjects. His tongue was so acerbic that even his Council of Chiefs avoided him.…
We do not need to keep arguing whether Nigeria is Africa’s giant or not, it is and you do not waste your time disputing that! with one in six Africans being Nigerian, making it the seventh most populous country in the world
“Africa needs to breed more entrepreneurs in order to kick out poverty from the continent and the best start for this initiative is good education and mentorship programs”
Get rid of the fear of Covid-19 and realize that this is not a virus, but a bacterium that has only been exposed to radiation.
Desist from these photo-ops and red carpet laying for individuals whose presence in governance has brought so much shame and ridicule for their countries in Africa.
By Njoku SaintJerry A. It cost total disdain to the African to always hang at the receiving end all year round, it cost ridicule and disregard, worse all it breeds corruption, fuels laziness among the elites, destroys creativity and stiffens national economic progress. As we celebrate another Africa Day across the world especially in China where the AU is most pronounced, I dig up my archives to find this piece written in 2017 or thereabout – and I am appalled but not surprised – Nothing has changed but the worse…
Coming into a consciousness of your Afrikan self can (and probably will be) very painful for you. I must admit that it’s very painful