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Foreign minister wants to see visa waiting times cuts

 

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Foreign minister wants to see visa waiting times cuts

FOREIGN minister Olugbenga Ashiru has stepped up his campaign against foreign embassies that take forever to issue visas to Nigerians willing to travel abroad.

   

Black lawyers invited to parle with Solicitors Regulation Authority

 

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Black lawyers invited to parle with Solicitors Regulation Authority

NIGERIAN lawyers look set to play a bigger role within legal circles across the UK following the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) invitation to black and minority ethnic (BME) solicitors to attend a workshop on outcomes focused regulation (OFR) as part of its constructive engagement programme.

   

Shell offers UK post-graduate scholarship to 10 Niger Deltans

 

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Shell offers UK post-graduate scholarship to 10 Niger Deltans

SHELL has awarded 10 students from the Niger Delta post-graduate scholarships to study masters degree programmes at three UK universities.

   

ONLINE SHOPPING NOW ACCESSIBLE TO ALL NIGERIANS

 

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ONLINE SHOPPING NOW ACCESSIBLE TO ALL NIGERIANS

With the launch of new website egoleshopping.com, Nigerians and those in the diaspora visiting their country are now able to purchase the majority of their favoured consumer goods direct to their doorstep - with universal company FedEx serving as an integral medium.

   

UK trains Nigerian soldiers in the Niger Delta

 

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UK trains Nigerian soldiers in the Niger Delta

UK security experts have begun working with soldiers from Nigeria’s Joint Task Force (JTF) under a programme code-named Operation Pulo Shield to tackle oil bunkering in the Niger Delta.

   

Fresh shipping charges to be introduced at Nigeria’s ports

 

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Fresh shipping charges to be introduced at Nigeria’s ports

SHIPPING goods to Nigeria could become more expensive soon after the federal government recently approved a decision to allow the Council for the Regulation of Freight Forwarding in Nigeria (CRFFN) to collect transaction fees at ports.

   

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala inaugurates sovereign wealth fund board

 

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Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala inaugurates sovereign wealth fund board

FINANCE minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala’s proposed creation of a Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) to replace the controversial excess crude account moved a step further yesterday with the inauguration of a board of directors.

   

Plans to boost Nigerian exports to the UK remain on track

 

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Plans to boost Nigerian exports to the UK remain on track

PLANS by the Nigerian government to step up the export of non-oil products to the UK and other international markets received a boost yesterday when trade and industry minister Olusegun Aganga revealed that the provision of export expansion grants (EEG) will continue.

   

Cherie Blair wants Nigerian women involved in commerce

 

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Cherie Blair wants Nigerian women involved in commerce

CHERIE Blair has called on Nigerian women to get involved in business and enterprise as a means of becoming economically empowered.

   

UK authorities release MPs letter asking for leniency with James Ibori

 

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UK authorities release MPs letter asking for leniency with James Ibori

BRITISH officials have released the contents of a letter written by a Conservative member of parliament asking that the authorities be lenient with James Ibori while he was being pursued for money laundering charges in 2009.

   

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