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Project Managers discuss solutions to bridge Nigeria’s Infrastructure deficit

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The Chartered Institute of Project Managers of Nigeria (CIPMN) has moved to bridge the gaps associated with the nation’s infrastructure delivery, including unwholesome practices and quackery. To do this, the Institute is set to regulate the standards, training (education), discipline and practice of project management as a profession in the country following the signing into law of the CIPMN (Establishment) ...

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Nigeria needs $3tr to bridge Infrastructural Gap – Wabba

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The Nigeria Labour Congress says Nigeria will need $3 trillion in the next 26 years to bridge the infrastructural gap in country. Ayuba Wabba, NLC president, said this at the Infrastructural Summit of the 40th Anniversary of the National Union of Civil Engineering Construct, Furniture and Wood Workers on Thursday in Abuja. The theme of the anniversary is: “Role of ...

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Dangote delivers N2 billion housing units for IDPs

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200 Housing Units – The Dangote village is a self-sufficient set of 200 housing units worth N2 billion, with school, hospital, irrigation and poultry farms among others, to enable the occupants make a living. Dangote also gave each of the beneficiary N100,000 to start a new life. The foundation’s chairman, Aliko Dangote, said about N7 billion has been donated to ...

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Lai Mohammed says Buhari should not be blamed for the infrastructural deficit

Lai Mohammed says Buhari should not be blamed for the infrastructural deficit

The Guardian reports that the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed said the President Muhammadu Buhari’s Administration should not be blamed for the infrastructural deficit in the country. The Minister stated this on Monday when he featured alongside other guests on the Nigeria Television Authority programme, “Good Morning Nigeria” which focussed on Nigeria at 57. Mohammed said that ...

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Capital market should finance infrastructural deficit – CIS

The Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers of Nigeria has joined other capital market stakeholders in calling on the government to turn to the market in its bid to fund infrastructure projects. The Acting President and Chairman of Council, CIS, Mr. Oluwaseyi Abe, said this while speaking on the recent activities of the institute. He explained that the CIS had in recent ...

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