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ONLINE NIGERIA| WEEKLY ROUND UP BY SHIKENAN.COM MARCH 28
by Shikenan Staff Writer   on Sat, March 30, 2013 
 
online nigeria| weekly round up by shikenan.com march 28

 

 

We skip the Nigerian political scene & gossip. We go straight to finding opportunities, innovative , informative , and good to know articles that matter to Nigerians in Diaspora happening each week around the internet.

Shikenan.com Weekly Roundup | The best of Nigeria Online (March22-March28)

 

Investments in Nigeria

  • Nigeria: Multichoice Invests N15.5 Billion in Nigeria : MultiChoice Nigeria has said it invested over N15.5 billion in Nigeria content in the last sevcen years. The company's Managing Director, Mr. John Ugbe told newsmen on Thursday in Lagos that the company is working towards the growth of Nigerina economy.
  • Delta invests in Nigeria-US route : The United States carrier, Delta Airlines, has said its $3bn investment in airport facilities and technology in 2013 will benefit passengers on the Nigeria-US route.

Nigerian Real Estate News

  • IT firm to build assembly plant in Nigeria : TO boost employment, especially for people with disabilities, an information communications technology (ICT) firm, RLG Communications Nigeria, said it would build an assembly plant and a training centre that would cater to the employment needs of special people in the society.

Entrepreneurship in Nigeria/Africa

Opportunities for Nigerian/African

  • ODU’A Investment Scholarship Awards 2013 : In the area of capacity building and the development of our growing generation, Odu’a Investment Company Limited, in the last two years, has offered N47m lifeline to about 400 indigent but brilliant students of owner-states studing in the tertiary institutions across the country.
  • World Bank commits N71bn to Nigeria’s education, employment projects : The Board of the Executive Directors of the World Bank yesterday approved $450 million (about N71.1 billion) for two projects in Nigeria to boost employment opportunities for young people in 20 states, and to improve education quality for millions of school children in the country.

 



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