Telecoms Sector, others take Nigeria out of Recession as Sector Boosts GDP by 12.45%

Nigeria’s telecommunications industry, regulated by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), is one of the sectors whose performance lifted the country out of recession in the fourth quarter of 2020, contributing 12.45 percent to the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).   According to the latest data released by the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), telecommunications & Information Services under Information and Communication grew by 17.64 per cent in Q4 2020 from 17.36 per cent in Q3 2020 and 10.26 per cent in Q4 2019.   In the latest NBS report, agriculture,…

ZETA-WEB unveils Low-Priced, Reliable ,Superfast internet solutions for homes

Zeta-Web Nigeria Limited, an indigenous Information Technology (IT) firm in Lagos has reiterated their commitment to bring robust broadband and internet solutions that would ease productivity for Nigerians in the post Covid 19 work place. The company introduced Z-Force, a super-fast internet service designed for Nigerians working from home and other notable services for other market segments lately. Speaking to the media on importance of the Z-Force to the current work place, Chris Obasi, the Managing Director of Zeta–Web Nigeria Limited said:   “Our Z-Force service is unique in its…

UAE firm to build world-class specialist hospital, medical diagnostic center in Osun

The MGT Group — a multi sectoral and multidisciplinary firm with patented technologies headquarted in the United Arab Emirates, UAE, and operating in several countries of the world has expressed readiness to invest in building a world-class specialist hospital and a medical diagnostic center in the State. The firm also expressed interest in investing in the State’s solid mineral asset, just as it applauded the Oyetola’s administration for building, renovating and revitalising 332 Primary Healthcare Centres across the State, describing it as worthwhile, unprecedented and unparalleled. The Chief Press Secretary…

2020 A YEAR FOR NEW CX By Aliyu Ilias

The year 2020 started like every year but with uncertainty going forward, every customer experience prediction for the year 2020 prove wrong, the brands has planned to attend to customer with several way to satisfy their customers and create more loyalty. Customers as well prepared to get a better service and continue to look for a good customer experience company to patronise. The game changed in the year 2020 for companies and customers, many companies closed down their businesses, many brands changed their product and services, I recall a firm…

SEC : We’re not against Unclaimed Dividends Trust Fund, But…..

The Securities and Exchange Commission has stated that it was not against the proposal by the Federal Government to set up unclaimed dividends and balances trust fund. This was disclosed by the Head, Securities and Investments Services (SIS) Department, SEC Mr. Abdulkadir Abbas while making clarifications on the Commission’s presentation at the one (1) day Public Hearing on the Finance Bill, 2020 in Abuja. He said the Commission was requesting to be allowed to continue to constructively manage the issue of unclaimed dividends for the development of the nation’s capital…

Gov AbdulRazaq inaugurates council on MSMEs

The Kwara state Government has given its full fledge support in ensuring that Micro Small and Medium Enterprise (MSMEs) strives across the state. Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq who was represented by the Deputy Chief of Staff, Princess Bukola Babalola made the disclosure while inaugurating the state’s Council on the National Policy on Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise (MSMES) held at Kwara Hotel, ilorin. The Governor said “the state will continue to partner with the Small and Medium Enterprise Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN) in creating job opportunities and alleviating poverty among…

Nigeria Mystery Shoppers provider berths Abuja.

The challenges of poor service in Abuja has become unprecedented and alarming, customers seek for help every day to save the consumers initiatives, companies are also losing lots of money to poor services, most customers that experience inadequate services are sourcing for other places to buy their goods or services.  www.mysteryshoppers.org.ng Nigeria mystery shoppers provider Abuja remain the best company in Abuja that provide professional service check. Nigeria mystery shoppers provider Abuja, a trademark of customer service awards limited has helped several companies to check their goods and services to…

Secure business interests of Nigerians to reciprocate FG’s gesture, Lawan tells South Africa

President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, has told the South African authorities to reciprocate the Nigerian Government’s gesture by ensuring that the business interests of Nigerians in South Africa are secured. Lawan stated this when a three-man delegation led by the High Commissioner of South Africa to Nigeria, Mr. Thamsanga Dennis Mseleku, paid a visit to his office on Thursday in Abuja. Other members on the visiting delegation included: Mr. Bobby J. Moroe, Minister Plenipotentiary; and Ms. Boipelo Lefatshe, First Secretary Political. According to the Senate President, efforts by both…

COVID-19: AWEP To Promote Business Growth, Increase Trade

The African Women Entrepreneurship Programme (AWEP) Nigeria chapter has reiterated the commitment of the organisation to promote business growth, increase trade by creating better business environments and empower Nigerian women entrepreneurs amidst the effect of COVID-19 in the country. A statement made available to Journalists yesterday in Abuja, the national president, AWEP, Mrs Angela Ajala, said such efforts to promote business growth will be achieved via providing technical and financial training, export training, mentorship and access to finance through several business partners and a clear path to local and international…

FG to slash levy on imported cars from 35% to 5%

The federal government of Nigeria has concluded plans to slash the levy to be paid on imported cars from 35 percent to five percent, according to a new bill to be presented to the national assembly.   The bill which will come as a welcome development to Nigerians who have been financially impacted by a 2020 year plagued by the Coronavirus pandemic, is contained in the draft bill of the 2020 finance bill to be presented to the national assembly. Once the bill has been passed by the legislature and…