The Nation
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Business Day Online
Why Nigeria must take responsibility for epidemic preparedness
It is no news that Nigeria’s health budget is miserably low. Sadly, the failure to prepare for health emergencies have made the country spend more in combating disease outbreaks.
Like the yet-to-be overcome COVID-19, the health emergencies in Nigeria now also have economic dimens...
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Vanguard News
Petroleum ministry and the push for optimisation
By Shedrack Amigo NIGERIA’s oil and gas sector challenges are many. Obsolete laws and regulations, volatility of oil prices, pipeline vandalism, gas flaring, petrol smuggling, lack of transparency, etc, are some of the longstanding hydra-headed monsters awaiting any minister over...
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The Independent
Bridging education gaps can uplift African women entrepreneurs
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia | Xinhua | Educational attainment gaps have limited the success of women-owned businesses in Africa, according to a report newly published by the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA). The “Women’s Entrepreneurship Report” studied data from t...
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The New Times
Rwanda to host world class tech support centre
Rwanda’s technology landscape could experience a major shift, especially for the under-utilized talent as the country joins forces with
TEK Experts
to establish a know-how support centre in Kigali this year.
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Vanguard News
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The New Times
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