Teleology pays $50m non-refundable deposit for Nigeria’s 9mobile
Mar22

Teleology pays $50m non-refundable deposit for Nigeria’s 9mobile

By Kede Aihie Teleogy Holding, make payment of $50 million non refundeble deposit for Nigeria’s fourth largest mobile network operator (9 mobile, formerly known as Etisalat). They are expected to pay the balance of $500 million in the next 90 days Teleology was said to have paid the $50 million from Keystone Bank, with United Capital Trustees Ltd and United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc as beneficiaries. According to Adrian Wood “the...

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Nigerian Trade and Investment Opportunity
Dec04

Nigerian Trade and Investment Opportunity

by Daniel Edwin Gilbert Martin Brown is a London-based Brit with a passion for Nigeria. He is very glad to be returning this November, on this occasion leading a multi-sector and high-level UK Trade & Investment Mission to the country. He has worked in the UK Parliament’s House of Commons as a Senior Parliamentary Adviser, focusing on facilitating reciprocal links and trade between the UK and Gulf of Guinea nations, in particular...

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African Business Network, 5th Revitalise Business Series 2017
Oct16

African Business Network, 5th Revitalise Business Series 2017

African Business Network, 5th Revitalise Business Series 2017 On 6th October 2017, African Business Network Event was hosted by Nigeria Magazine in partnership with Radix Legal & Consulting to celebrate African arts and culture, in commemoration of both the 40th anniversary of FESTAC ’77 and 30th anniversary of Black History Month in the UK. The event took place at the Double Tree by Hilton, Victoria London and was attended by an...

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African Business Network event, 6th October
Sep23
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Nigeria Infrastructure Series – Public Private Partnerships
Sep05

Nigeria Infrastructure Series – Public Private Partnerships

By Kede Aihie Nigeria (Africa’s largest economy) has spent over $30 billion on the power sector, since 1999, yet produces less than 4,000 megawatts of electricity for a population of 193 million. South Africa (2nd largest economy in Africa) produces over 40,000 megawatts for a population fewer than 50 million people. The narrative and optics of rationing, constant power cuts in the nation’s capital (FCT Abuja) and indeed across the...

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Revitalising Edo State for a sustainable future
Feb15

Revitalising Edo State for a sustainable future

By Kede Aihie Nigeria has a myriad of challenges, including facing its worst recession in 25 years, which has taken a toll on majority of 193 million Nigerians (pop est. NBS). Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, ruler of Dubai, in his book, Flashes of Thought, says ‘government’s job is to achieve happiness for people. There is a huge disconnect between the federal and state governments in policy matters, economic competitiveness and...

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