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We Want To Make Lagos The 3rd Largest Economy In Africa – Ambode


Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode has on Thursday said his administration’s target is to make Lagos the third largest economy in Africa, and they are working hard towards making that come to reality. According to the governor, that’s the reason his administration has been embarking on capacity building for the state’s public servants. Speaking at a Two-Day Workshop for public ...

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What you should know before buying a new home

new home '2015 Real Estate Market Low On Yields' - Munachi

So, you are ready to throw your hard-earned money into a new home project. This is what you should know before investing in a new home. The process of developing new subdivisions as a unified building concept is now more prevalent than ever. In regions all around the country, new home builders are creating entire communities from scratch, building in ...

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How a buyer should deal with a home inspection

home inspections

As a prospective real estate buyer, getting to the home inspection stage is one of the big milestones over the course of a real estate transaction. You may have walked through the home a few times and given it your own critical eye, but now the big guns are coming in to tell you just what you might be getting ...

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How to get Governor’s Consent in Lagos state

Governor's consent in Lagos state

Obtaining Governor’s consent in Lagos state is the means of perfecting title for all land transactions within the state. The issue of getting a property can sometimes be very daunting if you have to think about the stress and many processes involved. First, you have to be sure what you’re buying is genuine and will not be sold to anyone ...

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FG To Sell National Theatre, TBS, Others To Finance Budget Deficit

FG to Sell National Theatre

As part of long-term plans to finance the 2018-2020 budgets, the Federal Government is readying plans to Sell National Theatre, Iganmu and Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos Island are to be sold by the Federal Government. Apart from the National Arts Theatre, also to be sold are some selected power plants under the National Integrated Power Projects, NIPP. The Federal ...

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Why Nigerians must pay high electricity tariffs – Yemi Osinbajo

yemi osinbajo on electricity tariffs

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Monday said payment of high electricity tariffs is inevitable for Nigerian electricity users. Mr. Osinbajo said this while speaking at the Sixth Presidential Business Forum held at the old Banquet Hall of the Presidential Villa, Abuja. A statement signed by Laolu Akande, the vice president’s media aide, quoted Mr. Osinbajo as saying that the government ...

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Nigeria Real Estate Market predicted to recover in 2018

Nigeria Real Estate Market

Nigeria is set to host the globally recognised real estate-focused West African Property Investment Summit (WAPI) this week in Lagos, and experts are insisting that Nigeria real estate market could finally turn the corner in 2018, after experiencing a downturn occasioned by the country’s economic recession. According to a statement which organisers of the WAPI sent to THISDAY Sunday in ...

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Lessons Nigeria must learn from Recession – Enelamah

economic recession

Nigerians must use the hard lessons of the recent economic recession to build a sustainable economy based on diversification away from oil and the oil curse. This is according to The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Okechukwu Enelamah, who gave this advice on Monday at a business dinner in honour of the U.S. Deputy Secretary of State, John Sullivan. ...

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“This is why business firms are moving out of Abuja”

According to Jide Babalola of The Nation, business firms are moving out of Abuja, but if the authorities can reduce the taxes, and boost power supply and security, among other measures, investors will reconsider their stance. Unnecessary friction between government agencies, corruption and multiple taxation by Federal Capital Territory (FCT) agencies are major reasons why Nigerian and international investors and ...

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Akin Olawore emerges 15th President of NBCC

Akin Olawore

Mr. Akinola Olawore has been elected as The 15th President of the Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce (NBCC), as recently announced by the council. To this end, plans have been concluded to hold a Presidential Dinner and Inauguration of Olawore in Lagos this Friday. A statement yesterday described Akin Olawore as a Chartered Surveyor and Valuer of repute with over 30 ...

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