Are Okada and Keke operators above the law?

By Kayode Ojewale THE reckless and lawless behaviours of commercial tricycle and motorcycle riders on the roads in Lagos would make one conclude that they are either highhanded or above the law. They operate as if traffic laws were made for other road users and not for them. They now ply routes where they have
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Technology redefining banking, says Wema Bank CEO

Wema Bank Plc has brought innovation to digital banking with ALAT, a fully-digital bank, ahead of the competition in mobile and internet banking.The bank’s Managing Director/CEO, Ademola Adebise, says Nigeria’s oldest indigenous commercial bank is deploying technology to meet the needs of its customers in innovative and compelling ways, writes COLLINS NWEZE.   Digital transactions are defining […]

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‘Ile-Ife is a product of Ekiti’

He set out to interrogate Yoruba regional interactions and political development, but found himself at the heart of the beginning. Welcome to The Yoruba: A New History, a book chronicling the origin and history of the Yoruba by archaeologist and anthropologist Prof Akinwunmi Ogundiran. At a reading at Page Bookshop in Lagos, the scholar, in […]

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Nigeria needs consistent policies to achieve forex stability 

By Taofik Salako, Deputy Group Business Editor   The Central Bank of Nigeria  (CBN) needs to ensure consistency in its policies to make recent move aimed at stabilising foreign exchange realistic and sustainable. In a report on forex outlook, analysts at FSDH Group said while the recent action by the Central Bank to unify the exchange rate […]

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