Mystery explosion throws parts of Asaba into darkness

An explosion at an injection substation has left residents of the Asaba, the Delta State capital, and Koka without power supply. The management of Benin Electricity Distribution Company (BEDC) released a statement yesterday noting that the explosion has resulted in a disruption of power supply in the affected areas. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT ON TCN INJECTION SUBSTATION […]Continue Reading...

COVID 19: Why Women issues still matter

by Chioma Ezenwafor, Obii Okafor and Maureen Eugene The month of March was specially designated to celebrate women all over the world for their hard work and resilience. Every woman desires to be loved and respected. They want to be celebrated for their prowess, achievements, and contribution to society. The International Women’s Day and throughout […]Continue Reading...

The new workplace is driven more by skills – Charles

43 years ago, the United Nations General Assembly proposed March 8 as UN Day for Women’s Rights and World Peace. In the intervening decades, what had begun as a celebration of women in Soviet Russia has become a major highlight of the year, with many campaigns, events and public marches organized to mark it all […]Continue Reading...

Simple Ways to Support Your Friend’s Business

BY Myranda Princewill I’m sure we all have that one person, it could be a friend or family member who has decided to entertain their entrepreneurial skills and take on the challenge of starting a small business. Whether its a side hustle or a main moneymaker for them, entering the exciting world of business takes […]Continue Reading...

7 BIG Myths About being an “entrepreneur.”

~ Article by Gabriel Omin, Contributor I wrote about “The Fallacy Of The Narrative”. To everything in life, there is always a narrative. Being an entrepreneur has its narrative. With the advent of books like “Rich Dad, Poor Dad”, it seems the only way to make it in life, was to be an entrepreneur. Hoping […]Continue Reading...

On Poverty and Nigeria as Capital, Read this!

By Chioma Ezenwafor It’s no longer news that Nigeria is the poverty capital of the world and accounts for about 12 percent of the world’s poorest population. The World Poverty Clock has said that 2 in 5 Nigerians live in extreme poverty. In fact,  Brookings Institution said Nigerians living in extreme poverty has grown to […]Continue Reading...

For the Love of Business, DO THIS!!!

By Funke Olushola Starting a business is beyond the whole idea of being the CEO or the Boss. Entrepreneurship is work, mentally tasking work.   Constantly you are faced with challenges that need to be tactically dealt with if that business must stay above water.   This month of February is a month with the […]Continue Reading...