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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Stakeholders Seek Improved Construction Process

Except modern methods are adopted for housing provision, efforts by the Federal Government to bridge the nation’s housing deficit of 17 million units would remain a mirage. This was the position of housing stakeholders that spoke with New Telegraph at the weekend. According to them,

FCTA To Revoke Land Allocation To Institutions

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) may soon begin to review land allocations to government institutions and other stakeholders that have held unto land titles without any intention to start any tangible development on the land. The Minister of the FCT, Mallam Mohammed Bello, disclosed

ERGP: Nigerian Economic Summit begins October

The 23rd Nigerian Economic Summit (NES23) will hold from October 10 to 12 at the Transcorp Hilton, Abuja. It will focus on how to grow the economy through the Economic Recovery Growth Plan (ERGP) mandate. Speaking ahead of the summit, Minister of Budget and National

AMF wins quality service, safety awards

One of Africa’s leading facilities management (FM) companies, Alpha Mead Facilities (AMF) has won the Best for High Quality Professional Business Service award, which is designed to distinguish firms and individuals who are recording outstanding results within their industries. “This is a well-deserved award which

How Nigeria’s Infrastructure Deficit Can Be Quickly Addressed- World Bank

ABUJA—The nation’s infrastructure deficit could be quickly addressed if the Federal Government provides well-articulated guidelines and enabling environment to attract private capital through the Public Private Partnership, PPP, strategy, the World Bank has said. World Bank Senior Director, Infrastructure, PPP and Guarantees Group, Laurance Carter

‘No better time than now to invest in Nigeria’

The chairman of Rendeavour, Africa’s largest urban land developer, Mr. Frank Mosier, has said that Nigeria is an investment destination that no serious American investor can ignore. He spoke at the Nigeria-US Business and Investment Forum in New York attended by senior government officials along

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