…plans recruitment of science teachers

ANAMBRA State Government has approved recruitment of 500 science teachers into the state’s secondary schools.  This is as a result of government’s pragmatic efforts at ensuring that Anambra remains top in education... Read more »

Anambra increases allowances of corps members posted to interior areas

ANAMBRA State Government has approved an increase in allowances of National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members serving in hard-to-reach areas of the state.   Head of Service, Harry Udu announced this when... Read more »

Mixed reactions to CBN’s cashless policy implementation

REACTIONS from experts, the organised private sector and other stakeholders have continued to inundate the implementation of the cashless policy which began recently. The cashless policy implementation entails an imposition of charges... Read more »

Trade facilitation suffers with increase in Customs’ revenue targets

Trade Facilitation, which is one critical role of the Nigeria Customs Service, has continued to suffer  setbacks, following the natural desire of the federal government to annually increase revenue targets for the... Read more »

Border closure: Customs post N116B revenue to federation account

THE closure of the nation’s land borders against importation of vehicles may have improved patronage of the Nigerian seaports by importers, as the cargo throughput has increased, even as the PTML Command... Read more »

Border closure: Manufacturers in trouble over bank loans

THE hope of Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), that the border drills would offer them an opportunity to take over the market of the member countries of the Economic Community of West... Read more »

Traders, consumers cry over rise in prices of food items

FEDERAL government’s closure of land borders has exerted inadvertent consequences on the prices and availability of some food items in Nigeria.   The prices of such staples as rice, frozen chicken, frozen... Read more »