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KonkNaija Media | May 3, 2016

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The business posts from around the world.

“Change Regime” Less Than 90 Days In Office – New Nigerian President’s Economic Crunch, Policy Reshuffles and Restocking the Economy Welcomed by Masses

July 13, 2015 |




Africa’s biggest economy, in which about a third of the formal workforce of 11 million is employed by the state is speeding up under the new administration to curb the financial difficulties in Nigeria.

The new administration … Read More

Nigerian President Axes Millitary Service Chiefs and Appoints New Officers

July 13, 2015 |

Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina, about 2 hours ago, Following Buhari’s sacking of the former occupants of the offices earlier in the day, new chiefs are now as follows:

The new appointments, according … Read More

My Life Threatened For Doing The Best For My Country – Allison-Madueke

June 1, 2015 |

Last Updated: 40 minutes ago Mrs. Deziane Alison-Madueke has alleged that her life is being threatened by members of a powerful cabal who benefited from petroleum subsidy fraud. The Nigeria’s first female Minister of Petroleum Resources and first female … Read More

What CEOs Have Learned About Social Media

May 20, 2015 |

When it comes to social media, today’s CEOs have made a remarkable transition over the past five years. A recent analysis by my firm, Weber Shandwick, found that 80% of the chief executive officers of the world’s largest 50 companies … Read More

#Video: Ben Murray-Bruce’s Speech at Silverbird Man of The Year 2014 – @benmurraybruce

May 19, 2015 |

“We look we have no conscience, we have no conscience. What is the qualification to seek public office? A school certificate. What university teaches us about compassion? We must care about the least of us if we don’t we pay … Read More

#Xenophobia: MTN threatens to ground Nigeria operations should it become a victim of reprisal attacks

April 23, 2015 |

VENTURES AFRICA – Africa’s largest telecoms provider, MTN Group, has threatened to shut down its facilities in Nigeria should it become subject to any attacks from locals. The mobile operator fears that it could become a victim of retaliation following xenophobic violence … Read More