Interviews

Nigeria Can Cut Enormous Cost, Rescue Naira with Local Refineries, Says Ihenacho

    Captain Emmanuel Ihenacho, a former minister of interior and active player in oil and maritime sectors, affirmed that government should provide enabling environment for the emergence of private refineries.   How can the oil and maritime sectors be integrated for the benefit and advancement of the country? It is very important for us to optimise the benefits we …

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Olajumoke is a Lifetime Project – Sujimoto

     After initially refusing to comment, CEO of Luxury Real Estate Company, Sujimoto Construction Company, Sijibomi Ogundele, has finally decided to clear the air on his magnanimity to Olajumoke. What stirred your interest in Olajumoke the Bread Seller? The Olajumoke story could be any Lagosian’s story. Lagos has a population of about 21 million people. Only 15-20% of these …

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Why We sponsor Rhythm Unplugged, Copa Lagos Same Day —Seven-up MD

  Managing Director, Seven-up Bottling Company, Mr. Sunil Sawhney has revealed why his company  threw their weight behind two major youth events in Lagos during the Yuletide. “Pepsi’s passion is also the heartthrob of Nigerian youths which is music and football that is why we are sponsoring Pepsi Rhythm Unplugged and COPA Lagos on the same day. Pepsi thanks all …

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Why Akwa Ibom is Rising with Dakkada Campaign- Udeme Ufot

A spiritual rebirth for Akwa-Ibomites to higher morality   Governor Emmanuel Udom has flagged off a new behavioral change communication in AkwaIbom State as the state marked its 28 years of existence. Tagged: ‘Dakkada’, the campaign, according to the Governor, is inspired by the Governor’s dream to change the narrative of AkwaIbomites and call them to rise to greatness against …

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How Jumia is Contributing to the Nigeria Economy – Nicholas Martin

Nigeria is Jumia’s Biggest Market – Nicholas Martin  JUMIA  Nigeria is an online shopping site for a wide range of electronics, fashion, home appliances and kid’s items. The business was founded in 2012 by a team that included Jeremy Hodara, Sacha Poignonnec, Tunde Kehinde, Raphael Afaedor, and Leonard Stiegeler, with funding from Rocket Internet. As of 2015, Jumia has warehouses …

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Etisalat Boosted My Confidence as a Writer ‘ Chinelo Okparanta…

  Interview by Sabi News Sabinews: Why did you decide to do a collection of short stories for your first book? Chinelo Okparanta: It just happened that way. The collection was ready before the novel. Sabinews: Did being shortlisted for the Etisalat Prize for Literature in 2014change you or how you perceive your writing? I go to Nigeria whenever I can, …

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#Interview: BetterMe Defines an Ordinary Nigerian who Leverages the Power of the Internet to do Extraordinary Things

Adebayo Adekanmbi is Chief Marketing Officer of MTN Nigeria. He combines multi-disciplinary competencies as a Brand /Marketing Strategist, Consumer Insight Data Analyst and Business Intelligence professional. Taking a look back at your career trajectory before your appointment as CMO, would you have dreamt that you’d be marketing lead for one of the biggest brands on the continent ten years ago? …

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Bitter drinks’ wave: Nigeria remains Alomo’s biggest market

Kwabena Adjei, the founder of Kasapreko, maker of Alomo Bitters, is a resilient entrepreneur. He believes that Africa with its potentials is sitting on a gold mine and regrets consumption of imported products that could be produced in the continent. Adjei, who has won many awards for his innovations, told Daniel Obi that Nigeria was his biggest market, but regreted …

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