MAY 2017

FIVE THINGS YEMI OSINBAJO HAS DONE IN NIGERIA AS ACTING PRESIDENT

Nigeria's Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has, once again, taken the helm of Africa's most popolous nation while President Muhammadu Buhari is in the UK for follow-up medical examinations. Buhari, 74, spent nearly two months on medical leave in London earlier this year, sparking speculations on his health and the future of one of Africa's largest… Continue reading FIVE THINGS YEMI OSINBAJO HAS DONE IN NIGERIA AS ACTING PRESIDENT

MAY 2017

WINNING IN NIGERIA: PHARMA’S NEXT FRONTIER

Amid the country’s downturn, should companies still be looking here for growth? Yes—and we can learn five lessons from players getting it right today. Five years ago, Nigeria’s strong economic growth sparked a burst of enthusiasm about opportunities in its pharmaceutical market. Yet capturing that promise has proved harder than expected, with many multinationals struggling… Continue reading WINNING IN NIGERIA: PHARMA’S NEXT FRONTIER

MAY 2017

FIRST EVER NIGERIAN PAVILION OPENS AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

For the first time in history a Nigerian Pavilion will make its debut at the 57th Venice Biennale, also known as the Olympics of the art world. The country's pavilion will be one of 51 others from around the world. Nigeria now joins African countries such as Kenya, South Africa, Angola, Zimbabwe and Mozambique who… Continue reading FIRST EVER NIGERIAN PAVILION OPENS AT THE VENICE BIENNALE

MAY 2017

MUST READ: HOW PETROL ATTENDANTS CHEAT YOU IN FILLING STATIONS WITHOUT YOU KNOWING

The rise in the price of petrol from ₦86.50 per liter to ₦145 Naira per liter, still leaves a heavy toll on Nigerians. Sadly, as if the skyrocketing price of petrol isn’t enough, the ‘friendly’ fuel station attendants have found numerous tricks to add to their regular income, and undercut the customers who at the… Continue reading MUST READ: HOW PETROL ATTENDANTS CHEAT YOU IN FILLING STATIONS WITHOUT YOU KNOWING