Tag - business

Àpá mi – My Scar

A True life story My name is Oladimeji and I am 32 years old. This is the story of my Àpá. Àpá means scar I finished my NYSC in 2016 and immediately, I got a job with one of the banks in Nigeria and my branch is in Ogba, Lagos State. I was barely 9 months...

Atiku merges all business outfits into Priam Group

Former Vice President of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar has announced migration of all his business outfits into an umbrella brand known as the Priam Group. He said the fusion of the businesses will make for better efficiency. Atiku, a business tycoon and industrialist is the founder of a number of businesses spanning several sectors of the economy...

Ford vs. Ferrari: The Real Story Behind The Most Bitter Rivalry In Auto Racing

History is full of famous rivalries. Most stem from a power grab or wounded pride—a few are a combination of the two. The best contentious relationships, however, are the ones that create the most legendary tales. Take the saga of how Henry Ford II—a.k.a., Hank the Deuce—attempted to acquire Ferrari in 1963, sparking a...

How to grow your brand on Instagram

With 700 million monthly users, Instagram is one of those platforms that’s hard to ignore if you’re looking to make an impact online. In Kenya, it’s become an especially successful marketing platform for eCommerce businesses in fashion, beauty and fitness. So, how can you get in on the action? Linda Okello, a model who recently...

“Why I Sued Simi For 50 Million Naira” – Sir Victor Uwaifo Reveals

You all remember veteran singer and guitarist, Victor Uwaifo, once sued Simi for the sum of fifty million naira for alleged theft of intellectual property. The legendary musician has now opened up on why he filed a law suit against the talented songstress. He was on an exclusive interview with Sahara Reporters recently after his...

Ghana Treader Association Shot Down Nigerian Shops In Border Protest.

The Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) has for the second time shut down shops owned by Nigerians in five markets in Kumasi, the Ashanti Region capital. They claim that they are waging a war on foreigners doing retail business in the country. GUTA says foreign retailers flout section 27 of the Ghana Investment Promotion Centre...

FG Seeks INTERPOL Action Against P&ID Directors Over $9.6b Judgment

THE federal government is considering lodging a formal complaint with the International Police (INTERPOL) against two top executives of the Irish firm, Process and Industrial Developments (P&ID), over the controversial $9.6billion debt judgment against Nigeria,The Editor reports. Government, The Nation learnt on Saturday, may request INTERPOL to place a co-owner of P&ID, Brendan Cahill and...

Google is fined for collecting data on kids

2019-10-10 Google will pay $170m to settle allegations that its YouTube video service broke United States federal law by collecting personal information about children, the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) said on Wednesday. YouTube had been accused of tracking viewers of childrens channels- by using cookies obtained without parental consent - to deliver millions of dollars...

You Can Succeed Without A Record Label – Don Jazzy Advises Upcoming Artistes

October 10, 2019 Mavin record is a label owned and founded by don jazzy and definitely a dream label for all upcoming artistes. Recently Don Jazzy himself said the record label is occupied and that there is no vacant position left for new artistes to be signed yet. Recently, a fan reached out to the...

Funmi Iyanda premieres debut movie, Walking with Shadows, at BFI London Film Festival

 Oct 10, 2019 Veteran broadcaster, Funmi Iyanda, has begun the premiere of her debut movie, Walking with Shadows, at the BFI London Film Festival. The movie produced by her production company, OYA Media, in collaboration with The Initiative for Equal Rights (TIERs), began premiering on Wednesday and will continue on Thursday. Directed by British filmmaker, Aoife O’Kelly, Walking with...