Category: Miscellanea

Nigeria’s Solid Minerals

The vastness of Nigeria’s minerals resources cannot and should not be over emphasised. We began to explore and exploit her natural mineral resources in 1902 and in its prime, the solid minerals sector was one of the largest producers of tin and coal, as well as a producer of a considerable 1.4 tons of gold […]

NIGERIA: IMPORT DUTIES & LEVIES, REDUCES MINIMUM TAX

STATE HOUSE PRESS RELEASE | OFFICE OF THE VICE PRESIDENT *FG PRESENTS 2020 FINANCE BILL TO NEC:* *PROPOSED LEGISLATION SLASHES IMPORT DUTIES & LEVIES, REDUCES MINIMUM TAX, EXEMPTS SMALL BUSINESSES FROM TETFUND, OTHERS.* *Raises compensation exemption threshold, qualifies software acquisition for capital allowance Following Wednesday’s approval by the Federal Executive Council (FEC), the 2020 Finance […]

African Flowers

African daisies come from the nation of South Africa, and have yellow, pink, white and purple flowers. A perennial, African daisies average twelve to eighteen inches in height. Long blooming, the plant will produce flowers from April through August. African daisies require full sun and are commonly planted along roadsides and floral gardens. The African […]

PADOAN – metal tanks

We are an italian company specialist in metal tanks for industrial vehicles and machineries. All of the operative and strategic areas are based on the Italian headquarter on the north-east of Italy. With an experience of more than 80 years, today we can count on a Group of 4 companies: Padoan Srl, the Italian HQ; […]

Nigeria: Gas diversification

Nigeria’s chronic power shortages have been a defining feature of the country’s path to sustainable economic development. As an oil-producing net importer of petroleum products, this makes the lack of investment in Nigeria’s own domestic energy infrastructure even more stark – a trend which must be reversed. The gas sector offers a more environmentally friendly […]

AFRICAN CEREALS

The most extensively cultivated cereals are wheat, barley, oat, rye, rice, maize, sorghum and different kinds of millet. Sorghum and Tef are the only cereal that exclusively originated from  Africa. Barley (Ethiopian barley according Ehret), Rice and millet are of both African and Asian origin. Maize is native to the Americas. all others cereals originated […]

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