The Eagle Search and Rescue Foundation plans to create 105,450 direct and 500,000 indirect jobs before the year ends.Its founder, Mr Sunday Bamidele Ajanaku, who is an America-trained pilot, said the non-profit organisation would achieve this feat through its health/transport project in collaboration with 15 reputable insurance companies .“This

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Oil giant Shell Petroleum Development Company Limited (SPDC) has blamed crude oil theft, sabotage and illegal refining for about 85 per cent of the oil spills from its pipelines last year. These incidents, it said, were the main causes of pollution in Niger Delta.These are contained in Shell’s last year’s Briefing Notes, highlighting the firm’s

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From businesses that produce containers out of recycled plastic waste materials, to those  producing  bags, totes, and wallets from leftover, excess or obsolete airbags, many  companies are finding  new uses for recycled waste materials.With intensive recycling taking place, the huge swell of waste materials are now available to manufacturers of

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With the unprecedented downturn in the prices of crude oil, the Federal Government has intensified the talk about economic diversification. Experts have identified the information communications technology (ICT), agriculture and solid mineral sectors as holding the prospects to displace oil.President Muhammadu Buhari is leaving no stone

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When the Chief Executive, African Women Power (AWP) Network, Mary Olushoga, was doing her postgraduate studies in the United States (U.S.), she was inspired by  powerful testimonials from  entrepreneurs across the world, who  overcame the barriers that often prevent women  and men from succeeding in business.After her studies in

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There was hope yesterday that the volatile foreign exchange market will soon get stable.The naira exchanged for 280 to the dollar at the opening of the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN’s) Flexible Exchange Rate regime designed to unify the official and the autonomous rates.The rate, which was the outcome of the interplay of demand and

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Time was 6p.m. The Iddo-Agbado-Ijoko Mass Transit Train Shuttle (MTTS) was loaded as it made its way out of Iddo Terminus last Wednesday. In some coaches there was still enough leg-room to stretch tired limbs, as many made the return trip home. But the story began to change when  the train got to Ebute-Metta (popularly known as EBJ), where

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