The Making Of CSR Masterstroke: An X-Ray Of FirstBank’s Yeoman Effort To Move One Million Children To E-learning

The rabbit hole of uncertainty, confusion and fear that pupils and their parents fell into in the dying days of March when the country was in lockdown was best captured in a Saturday Sun feature of May 16, titled, “COVID-19: Troubles of e-Learning.” 


Ecobank Group Wins Award For Innovation In Financial Services From African Banker

The leading pan-African banking group, Ecobank is delighted to announce that it has won the Award for Innovation in Financial Services at the 2020 edition of the prestigious African Banker magazine Awards. The Awards, which reward banking excellence in Africa, were announced at a virtual ceremony held on 26th August. The African Banker’s judging process […]


Cleric Discloses COVID-19 End Sign

The radiant circular rainbow a scientific phenomenon? There’s no doubt the currently rampaging COVID-19 pandemic is the most important issue in the world presently. The paramount curiosity about it has shifted from what it is (as it has already come, wreaked and is wreaking havoc on humans and world economies) to when it’ll finally go […]

Practicable Steps On How SMEs Can Grow Their Businesses In spite COVID-19 —Alfred Ade-Ijimakinwa

As the world grapple with the impact of the outbreak of Coronavirus pandemic, which has continued to cause worldwide challenges to businesses and entrepreneurs, the Founder of BusinessIQ, Alfred Ade-Ijimakinwa has churned out practicable steps for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Nigeria to survive and thrive in the new normal occasioned by Covid-19.


Covid-19, Telecommuting And Africa’s Digital Space

It is no news that the outbreak and proliferation of Covid-19 have had some of the most acute implications on global economies in recent times; the vast majority of private and public institutions have been put on edge and are being forced to mitigate these unforeseen contingencies by adopting the swiftest and most dynamic mechanisms. […]

Niger: Efforts, In Top Gear Towards Reopening Of Schools ….As Govt Repatriates 806 Almajirai To Some Northern States

Niger state  Commissioner for Education, Hajiya Hannatu Salihu has said that efforts were in top gear towards ensuring that the ministry meets up with the Federal Government’s  recommendations and the laid down protocols on COVID-19 for the reopening of schools in the state, adding that series of  meetings have been held with critical stakeholders at the instance of the state governor, Alhaji Abubakar Sani Bello in conjunction with the ministry of Health and Water resources counterpart.  being the major players.