Saturday, July 13, 2024
24.6 C
Lagos

Christopher University Law School Holds Dinner Week

 

Managing Director, John Holt Nigeria Plc, Dr. Christopher Eze (left); Partner, Howard Kennedy LLP, Jonathan Huth; Senior partner, Punuka Attorneys & Solicitors, Dr. Anthony Idigbe, (SAN); Founder/Chancellor, Christopher University, Chief (Dr) Christopher Ikechi Eze (MFR); Representative of Ogun State Chief Judge, Hon. Justice Mabekoje; Guest Speaker, Mr. Richard Akintunde (SAN); Chairman of BOT, Christopher University, Chief Eric Nwobi;  Vice Chancellor, Prof. Olatunji Afolabi Oyelana (left, second roll); Ag. Librarian, Mrs Ogechi Agu and Registrar, Mr. Aloysius Udeoke, during the Christopher University School of Law Week’s Dinner held at the University campus, Mowe, Ogun State.

spot_img

Hot this week

NGX Group’s Revolutionary e-Offering Platform Goes Live Following SEC Approval

Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX Group) has unveiled NGX Invest,...

Commonwealth Short Story Award Winner Releases The Talent Coach

Dr. Frederick Mordi, a Commonwealth Short Story Award winner,...

NAICOM, NFIU to Strengthen Partnership on Financial Regulation

From Left: Mr. Ahmed Adamu Director, Innovation & Regulation...

Sterling One Foundation, United Nations Nigeria Unveil Africa Social Impact Summit 2024

The official press conference for the Africa Social Impact...

Access Holdings: Facts Behind the Offer Session at NGX

L-R: Morounke Olufemi, Group Chief Financial Officer, Access Holdings...

Topics

SEC, BOI, UBA Pledge Commitment to Growth of Non-Oil Sector

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has reiterated its...

Lagos State, WACOT Sign MoU on Imota Rice Mill

L-R: Partner, Banwo & Ighodalo, Azeezah Muse-Sadiq; Head, Corporate...

World Bank: Infections Could Cause Global Economic Damage by 2050

Drug-resistant infections have the potential to cause a level...

Why Insurance Firms Need Branding Strategy to Scale Market Challenges

  Mr. O.S. Thomas Commissioner for Insurance/CEO National Insurance Commission (NAICOM) Federal Republic...

Jumia Launches Jumia Bot, Nigeria’s First E-commerce Bot

True to its mission of expanding horizons, Jumia introduced...

Chinese Dominance Worries Nigeria’s Textile Traders

Nafiu Badaru, a junior civil servant in northern Nigeria's biggest city Kano, doesn't make much money and it takes some cash to look good so he tends to buy Made-in-China fabric."A piece of high-quality brocade (cloth) costs around 10,000 naira ($50, 47 euros), which is way too expensive for me," he told AFP. "With the same amount of money, I can buy six pieces of cheap Chinese brocade which cost only 1,500 Naira a piece and still keep some change."The proliferation of Chinese-made textiles is a boon for consumers like Nafiu, with Kano and the wider North struggling with unemployment and economic constraints. Click here to make a lazy tweet.

Linkage Assurance: N1.4bn Profit, N1.4bn Claims Paid in H1, 2022

Daniel Braie Managing Director/CEO Linkage Assurance Plc Linkage Assurance Plc has beaten...
spot_img

Related Articles

Popular Categories

spot_imgspot_img