Monday , June 24 2019

We Made Jobberman Nigeria’s Biggest Job Portal – Lekan

One of the co-founders at Jobberman, Nigeria’s biggest job online portal, Lekan Olude, a graduate of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), is a young man in his early 30s.  Along with two other young entrepreneurs, Opeyemi Awoyemi and Ayodeji Adewunmi, they have succeeded in helping many Nigerian university graduates to secure …

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How Lifebank Save Lives – Temie, CEO

AYODELE OLALERE When compendium of successful business women in Nigeria is compiled, the name, Temie Giwa Tunbosun, would surely not be an exclusion She is the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Lifebank Group.  The company which deals in providing blood for hospitals especially in cases of emergency has helped …

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Non BVN Accounts: Going Going…

Eric Elezuo The Biometric (Bank) Verification Number regime has variously been described as a revolution that has come to stay as one of the measures put in place by the Central Bank of Nigeria to among many things, check banking fraud, which include, but not limited to money laundering. In …

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Nigerian Breweries: Working Towards 60% Local Content by 2020

BY AYODELE OLALERE Following its establishment in 1946, Nigeria’s foremost brewery company, Nigerian Breweries Plc, has recorded numerous giant strides. With ten fully operational breweries plants across the country, its various brands such as Star, Gulder, Maltina, Goldberg, Heineken e.t.c, has become toasts of fun loving Nigerians. It’s leadership role …

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‘Reviving Manufacturing Sector Will Improve Capital Market’

Mr Emeka Madubuike is the immediate past Chairman of the Association of Stockbroking Houses of Nigeria (ASHON). He spoke with Ayodele Olalere on the challenges facing the capital market, the effects of the recession on the market and measures the association has put in place to checkmate fraudulent practices among …

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Wonder Banks: When Investors Groan Under Failed Investment Scheme

…..The Nospecto’s Example Beginning from the year 2000, the Nigeria financial sector was awaken to the  emergence of various investment schemes which were later known as ‘Wonder Banks’. The scheme, operated by some companies promised 200% returns on investment for investors within three months and many Nigerians were lured into …

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