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NB plans to reduce 25% of water consumption in Operations to 3.7 hl/hl by 2020

……..to  reduce CO2 emission by 40%  too    Nigerian Breweries Plc Corporate Office  Water is a major component in the production of every brands business. Beer, they said contains about 95% of water. Thereby made it so critical components of production. As a result of that the management of the Nigerian breweries plc has made it…

The Change Agenda: The Journey So far Being Text of The Speech By The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed at the National Institute of Policy and Strategic Studies (NIPSS) Alumni Association Lecture in Kuru near Jos on Saturday

Lai Mohammed. PROTOCOL Let me start by thanking, most sincerely, the organizers of this event for giving me the opportunity to speak on this very important topic. This is undoubtedly one of the best platforms anyone can ask for, considering the pedigree of the members of the association and the high rating of the NIPSS…

Fidelity Bank Partners Koinonia On Exports Workshop To Promote Diversification Of Economy

One of Nigeria’s most capitalised financial institutions, Fidelity Bank Plc, is set to hold a one-day workshop/training on exports in line with its commitment to support the diversification of Nigeria’s monolithic economy. The event being organised in conjunction with Koinonia Ventures Limited. According to the Deposit Money Bank, DMB, the workshop could not have come…

Dalung Okay Facilities for Team Nigeria during Rio2016 Games in Brazil

The Minister of Youth and Sports, Solomon Dalung, has described his delegation’s visit to Rio de Janeiro, venue of the forthcoming Olympic Games in Brazil as very necessary. During the three-day visit, Dalung was conducted round facilities and the Games Village where Team Nigeria athletes will reside throughout the duration of the Games. According to…

Investors avoid NAICOM’s N350m micro insurance licence

•Commission reviews capitalisation The National Insurance Commission’s (NAICOM’s) plan to reach the grassroots through its microinsurance scheme seems to have hit the rock as investors within and outside the country do not show interest in purchasing the N350 million licence to register a microinsurance firm. Findings revealed that only registered insurance firms are operating the…