Nigeria can leverage on mass production in fashion industry to boost economy – Designers

Being one of the biggest consumers of fashion in Africa, Nigeria can leverage on mass production for her teeming  population to boost her economy, according to some fashion designers who spoke to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) at the ongoing three-day “Ready-To -Wear” (R2W) Fashion Expo in Ikeja, Lagos.

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Ecobank Nigeria’s boss advocates early stage adoption of financial principles

Ecobank Nigeria’s Managing Director, Mr Charles Kie says early adoption of financial principles is the panacea to success. He has therefore advised students and youths to imbibe financial principles at an early stage of their life as this will help them manage their resources effectively in the future. The Managing Director was speaking during a lecture session with students at Edgerley Memorial Secondary School, Calabar, Cross River State.

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CPC seeks Nigerians with faulted versions of Ford, as company recalls 1.4m vehicles in U.S

WorldStage Newsonline— Following the recall of about 1.4 million vehicles by Ford Motors Company in the United State of America due to faults, the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has called on Nigerians with the versions of the affected vehicles to contact it for immediate action.

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Promasidor Nigeria celebrates 254 employees

Promasidor Nigeria Limited, makers of Cowbell Milk, Top Tea, Onga and other quality products, at the weekend, honoured 254 of its employees who have put in several years in its service. The award ceremony, which was held in Lagos, brought together the company’s employees, relatives and distributors from different parts of the country.

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International Women’s Day celebration sets Sahara group women on girl fire

WorldStage Newsonline— Until recently, Bukola Latinwo, Accounts Payable officer at Sahara Group thought she had most of her female colleagues virtually figured out. “Some were friends, some were workmates, others colleagues and some were so high ranking, they fell outside the remit of my thinking!” remarked Latinwo.

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