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Today Uber launches its smartphone technology in Lagos, making it the fourth city in Africa to embrace the innovative on demand private driver application.
Lagos, 23 July 2014: A progressive culture with a very tech-savvy population, Lagos is the largest city in Africa and it was only a matter of time that Uber brought its technology to the market, offering a safe and reliable choice in transportation.
The downstream sector of the petroleum industry is the most vibrant and
sensitive area of the nation’s economy due to its over-the-counter (OTC)
and consumer-related products in the open market as the daily source of
energy for life. Moreover, it is a sector susceptible to the vagaries of
The Nigerian Lubricants Summit 2014 with the theme:NIGERIAN LUBRICANTS INDUSTRY:OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES has been scheduled to hold as follows;
Date Tuesday 19-Wednesday20,August 2014
Venue Ballroom,Oriental Hotel,Lekki,Lagos
Time 9:00am daily
LAFARGE Group has consolidated its shares and businesses in Nigeria and South Africa into Lafarge Cement Wapco Nigeria Plc.
The group’s business consolidation is contained in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.
It also said the new company from the business consolidation would be named Lafarge Africa Plc.
Published on Monday, 02 June 2014 Written by Wole Olaoye
When our party of Nigerian public relations professionals landed at the Sir Seewoasagur Ramgoolam International Airport in Mauritius, we were mortified by the elegance and cleanliness of the airport.
The Nigerian Society of Engineers has lauded the Ogun State Governor and convener of the Ogun State Investor’s Forum.The forum which took place at the June 12 Cultural Centre, Kuto, Abeokuta from May 21 – May 22 2014.
Leading cement manufacturing company in Nigeria, Lafarge has reiterated its commitment to the economic development of the country, stating that it will “continue to produce products that meet national and international standards and are well suited to meet all construction needs”.
Johannesburg, March 4 2014 – Burson-Marsteller, a leading global public-relations and communications firm, on February 27, 2014 announced further important strategic moves in Africa. Arcay Burson-Marsteller, which celebrates 25 years in Africa this year, and became a majority owned subsidiary of Burson-Marsteller in September 2011, has been renamed Burson-Marsteller with immediate effect. In addition 12 of the company’s long-standing exclusive affiliates across the continent have entered into new partner agreements, bringing them even closer to the network by now using the name Burson-Marsteller in a total of 27 countries across the continent.
For how long are we going to suffer deceptive marketing from telecom service providers in Nigeria? I need urgent answers now.
They keep on promoting data services that are not there; ripping off hapless consumers. Their brand promise is never validated by what customers experienced. As at last count, I have purchased at least 5 internet modems namely: Multilinks, Starcomms, MTN, Airtel, Etisalat.
I keep buying the moment I hear juicy campaigns from them; campaigns promising seamless service. i rush to buy new modem after so much frustration from the last one subscribed to. At the end, it is same frustration: no signal, no service, and no connection.