The Chief Executive Officer of GACMORK Nigeria Limited, Engr. Alex Neyin, has stated that Nigeria must work conscientiously towards domesticating the oil and gas industry, by making sure that the country’s local content law is religiously implemented.
The Management of Covenant University has implored the proprietor and management of Perez University College, Ghana, on the imperative of being focused, creative and assertive as they move to reposition the institution.
The absence of real-time, tested and verifiable property data bank system has been identified as one of the major challenges of real estate practice in Nigeria. This, according to an expert, is quite different in the developed economies where data is available, collected and usable by practitioners and investors for valuation and other real estate purposes.
Amidst the hydra-headed challenges facing the power sector in Nigeria, an appeal has gone to the Federal Government to have a quick look and adopt the Renewable Energy Policy document, in order to have a guided and effective take-off of the use of renewable energy sources in the country.
Iganmode Grammar School, Ota emerged winner of the maiden edition of the Covenant University Community Development Impact Initiative Committee’s (CU-CDIIC) Mathematics Clinic and Quiz Competition, with Mother’s Joy Model College, Ota and St. Michael High School, Ota coming second and third position respectively.
The Chancellor of Covenant University, Dr. David Oyedepo, has charged both senior and junior faculty of the University to increase their input in the quest for a robust academic research output and excellence in their professional calling.
Contrary to the phobia for the wholesale consumption of cassava leaf due to its cyanide contents, a Nutritional Biochemist has exposed the nutritional values and commercialization benefits of the hitherto wasted products.
The Digital Bridge Institute (DBI), facilitator of the just ended 2nd Advanced Digital Appreciation Programme for Tertiary Institution (ADAPTI) training at Covenant University, has expressed its desire to deepen its relationship with the University.
An expert in the business of brand management, Mr. Dominic Orimogunje, has posited that branding can only work well in a recessed economy if an organisation can keep reviewing its brand positioning in order to confer desired values on consumers.
With the changing times in the print journalism profession and the prediction that journalists and editors’ jobs are among the top six jobs facing extinction by 2030, it is imperative that upcoming print journalists develop new set of skills that will help them in the newspaper industry that is changing, with readers being the main change agents.