The Youth Development Centre of the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library is hosting the second edition of the Youth Governance Dialogue to mark the International Youth Day on Saturday, August 12, 2017.
The theme for this edition is ‘Youth Building Peace’.
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Playhouse Children Centre is an early childhood setting providing quality care from birth to 5 years. It was started 13 years ago with the sole aim of creating an amiable environment for the care, entertainment and education of children, equipping them developmentally for their formative and sensitive years. We take pride in raising imaginative, inquisitive and intelligent young minds.
Our core values of professionalism, love, care, fun, creativity, clean and safe environment; has been our mainstay over the years. We also run an entertainment outfit which caters to children during seminars, weddings etc.
The Olusegun Obasanjo presidential library in fulfilling its mandate of preserving the past, capturing the present and inspiring the future under the agies of Youth Development Centre is convening a Youth Governance Dialogue on ‘Preparing Successor Generation for effective participation in governance‘
Date: Sunday, 28th May 2017 Time: 12.00 noon Venue: The Conference Hall, Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library Oke-Mosan Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria.
More than 100 small businesses in Nigeria’s Food Industry will be provided with free storefronts at the GTBank Food and Drink which holds during the Worker’s Day holiday, on Sunday the 30th of April and Monday the 1st of May, 2017. Organised by Guaranty Trust Bank Plc, the 2-day event offers small businesses in the Nigerian Food Industry a free and vibrant platform to connect with a wider segment of their target markets as well as experts in their business fields.
The 2016 edition of the GTBank Food and Drink Fair had over 90 exhibitors from the food sector and attracted more than 25,000 guests. The 2017 edition will expand on the favourite features of the previous event, such as MasterClasses led by internationally renowned Chefs and Sales Exhibitions by small businesses. It will also provide new and exciting features such as a Farmers’ Market, where SMEs involved in agriculture will showcase and sell fresh and organic farm products, and a Baking Masterclass for children kids. There will also be a diverse range of restaurants offering mouth-watering dishes, outdoor grills and thrilling entertainment as well as savoury wine tastings to enable attendees experience an exciting and eclectic mix of undiscovered brands and household names alike.
The expansion work on the Lagos-Ibadan bridge on the Lagos-Ibadan expressway has commenced with the installation of expansion joints by the contractor, Julius Berger Nigeria Plc.
News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) correspondents who took a trip on section one of the ongoing reconstruction of the expressway project on Sunday, observed that construction works were ongoing on the Lagos bound carriageway of the Long Bridge.
Section one of the project spans from Ojota in Lagos to the Sagamu Interchange and it is being handled by Julius Berger.
Section two of the project, which spans from the Sagamu Interchange to Ibadan, is being handled by the Reynolds Construction Company (RCC).
Workmen were seen welding and using various construction materials on the Long Bridge, with other construction works going on simultaneously on different portions of the highway.
The highway has been completed to the final layers on both carriageways between the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) Redemption Camp and the Sagamu Interchange. Read more
African Students For Liberty partnered with six libertarian and classical liberal organizations throughout Africa to produce this online course addressing the history, principles, and policy implications of liberty in Africa.
Topics include: Socialism & African Culture, Colonialism, Rule of Law, Free Trade, Cronyism, Overcriminalization, Property Rights, Economic Growth, Toleration, and Entrepreneurship.
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You care so much and have taken steps to reach out to your world. Either talking to girls in schools or at home, In church or elsewhere? You have gathered the women, sharing lessons with them or is it impacting entrepreneurial skills to the less privileged?
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If this is you, or better still you have started and somehow finding yourself lost in the whole thing? Maybe it’s just that inside you, is a yearning to do more for your community, nation? Or rather God spoke to you, maybe you perceive there is a mission you have to meet out there? Or you have started? You need not get broke, frustrated, confused, overwhelmed… to do this… Whatever the hunger, whatever the challenges?
This training workshop is for you.
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The Federal Road Safety Corps, Lagos Sector Command alerts motorists who intend plying the Lagos/Ibadan Expressway between Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd July, 2016 to either move early or take alternative route to avoid being trapped in traffic as a result of the various religious activities that
will take place along the corridor.
The Redeemed Christian Church of God (Holy Ghost Service) and NASFAT Annual
Ramadan Vigil will hold simultaneously on Friday 1st July, 2016 while Mountain of Fire Ministry will also hold its monthly power must change hands program on Saturday 2nd July, 2016. This coupled with the on-going rehabilitation work of the road makes it inevitable that there will be heavy volume of traffic considering the number of worshippers that will be participating in these programs. Read more
I have read the various observations about the fuel pricing regime and the attendant issues generated. You have all certainly raised strong points.
The most important issue of course is how to shield the poor from the worst effects of the policy. I will hopefully address that in another note.
Permit me an explanation of the policy. First, the real issue is not a removal of subsidy. At $40 a barrel there isn’t much of a subsidy to remove.
In any event, the President is probably one of the most convinced pro-subsidy advocates.
What happened is as follows: our local consumption of fuel is almost entirely imported. The NNPC exchanges crude from its joint venture share to provide about 50% of local fuel consumption. The remaining 50% is imported by major and independent marketers.
President Muhammadu Buhari Thursday appointed Mr. Tolu Ogunlesi as his Special Assistant on Digital/New Media.
Ogunlesi, who is a renowned blogger and journalist, graduated from the University of Ibadan in 2004, and obtained an MA in Creative Writing from University of East Anglia, UK, in 2011.
Before his appointment, Ogunlesi had worked as a Features Editor and Editorial Board member of NEXT Newspaper. He also worked as a West Africa Editor for The Africa Report magazine from 2014 to 2015.
Ogunlesi is a two-time winner of the CNN Multichoice African Journalism Awards, and a 2015 New Media Fellow of the U.S. State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Programme (IVLP).
Ogunlesi will be assisted by Bashir Ahmad, who is a Personal Assistant to the President on New Media.
Special Adviser to the President
(Media & Publicity)
18th February, 2016
Welcome to the beginning of a New Year of the continuation of CHANGE in our beloved nation.
I am aware that Nigerians have experienced a number of significant hardships over the past months. Living in the State House has not alienated me from your daily sufferings. I am aware of the lengthy queues at fuel stations and of the difficulties businesses have faced in acquiring foreign exchange. These challenges are only temporary; we are working to make things better.
When I presented myself to you as a presidential candidate and asked you to vote for me, I wanted to be a leader who keeps his promises. I wanted to be a leader who restores the people’s hope in those elected to serve them. I wanted to be a leader who initiates positive and enduring CHANGE.
I am still totally committed to being that kind of leader. Unforeseen circumstances and other distractions notwithstanding, I shall still do my utmost best to keep every promise I made to Nigerians during my election campaign. Read more