The tech titans posted earnings as shares in Meta skyrocketed a day after it reported better results than expected and signalled spending and job cuts.
The management spoke following a trending video in which two customers were fighting inside a banking hall
About 300 companies applied to the gas buying and trading scheme to end gas flaring from 48 oil production sites.
The presentation of the winning works, Gains in Grain Yield of Released Maize (Zea Mays L.) Cultivated under Drought and Well-Watered Conditions by Dr Muhydideen Oyekunle and Professor Shehu Ado; and Development of Process Plant for Plantain Flour by Professor Sesan Peter Ayodeji and Dr Emmanuel Olatunji Olutomilola was made at an interactive business forum.
The meeting was between Governors elected on the platform of the All Progressives Congress and the CBN Governor
However, this is subject to a maximum daily payout limit of N20,000. Before now, the redesigned notes could only be paid through ATMs.
The CBN Director of Protection, Rasheedat Mangunu, gave the advice during the monitoring exercise of some POS super-agents in Ilorin.
TUC National President, Comrade Festus Osifo gave the warning in a press release personally signed by him Wednesday.
According to Executive Director, Sahara Group, Moroti Adedoyin-Adeyinka, the program offers fast-paced growth within the organization evidenced by Sahara’s proven record of transforming young professionals into world-class experts. “Today we have success stories of former GMTs who have grown into sundry leadership positions within the Group, reinforcing our commitment to continuous human capital transformation. Just like our previous GMT programs, each applicant that makes it through from this 2023 edition is set for a world of MAD opportunities in Sahara Group,” she said.
Mele Kyari, Group Chief Executive Officer, NNPC Limited, said this when he received the management team of the Independent National Electoral Commission.
The NNPCL Chief Corporate Communications Officer, Garba Deen Muhammad, said this in a statement on Tuesday.
The engagement, held in Abuja on the persistent scarcity of petrol, was at the instance of the NNPC Limited.
The Senate’s decision was sequel the failure of the Ministry to tender documents on the spending of the N13.9 billion.
The Director, Corporate Communications Department at the CBN, Osita Nwanisobi, made this known in Abuja on Tuesday.
President Muhammmadu Buhari made this known to the public on Tuesday in Dutse, the Jigawa State capital.
The lawmakers further noted that even though the policy was a good one, its timing was wrong as it had further thrown the country into economic chaos which could become difficult to resolve if urgent steps are not taken.
The programme is tagged: First Google for Startups Accelerator: Women Founders in Africa.
Adebayo said this when he featured at the 20th edition of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration scorecard series organsied by the Federal Ministry of Information and Culture Tuesday in Abuja.
“Small businesses face challenges in choosing the right technology for managing their customer-facing operations because of constraints related to time, cost, and software implementation,” said Kehinde Ogundare, Country Manager, Zoho Nigeria.
Women founders who are building tech startups in Africa or for Africa can apply through the program website at g.co/acceleratorafrica before the February 20th, 2023 deadline. Eligible applicants must have a working product or service, a viable business model, and a working team. The application process includes a written application and an interview with the program team.