September 26, 2017

Tinapa witnesses high volume of trade –MD

Tinapa witnesses high volume of trade –MD.. NAIJA INVEST

The Management of Tinapa Business Resort Calabar says the resort is currently witnessing high volume of trade and investment. The Managing Director of the resort, Mr. Bassey Ndem, said this on Thursday at an interactive session with the State Working Committee of the Nigeria Union of Journalists, Cross River Council. Ndem said the TINAPA Lakeside Hotel was adjudged as the best in the city by tourists and other Independent assessors who have made use of the facilities in recent time. “We are witnessing very fast improvement in the resort. The TINAPA lakeside hotel has been adjudged as the best in…

LAUTECH to begin drug production

LAUTECH to begin drug production... NAIJA INVEST

Prof. Olufemi Fadiora, the Chief Medical Director of Ladoke Akintola University Teaching Hospital, Osogbo, said on Monday that the hospital would soon commence drug manufacturing in commercial quantity. Fadiora, who spoke with journalists in Osogbo, said the hospital would not derail from its mandate of ensuring qualitative health care. He said the hospital had registered ‘’LAUTECH Pharmaceutical Company Limited’’ with a view to preparing the ground for the take-off of production. Fadiora said the hospital was capable of producing about 10,000 bottles of assorted liquid syrup per day for adults and children. “ Apart from producing our own drugs, we will play…

Nepalese farmers go organic with human waste

Nepalese farmers go organic with human waste.. NAIJA INVEST

Rather than flush it down the toilet, the 47-year-old Nepalese farmer collects it to spray on his crops. “It’s three times better than chemical fertilizers,” he said, referring to yield of his fruit and vegetable crops after using human fertilizer compared to more conventional methods. As he walked across his 27,000 square feet of land in Siddhipur Village Development Committee on the outskirts of the capital Kathmandu, Maharjan said his method of fertilizing is nothing new. He described it as an “age-old tradition,” passed down from his parents, though he says the approach is now more efficient and clean. Taking…

Nigeria, French bilateral exchange hits $6bn per annum – French envoy

Nigeria, French bilateral exchange hits $6bn per annum – French envoy... NAIJA INVEST

French Ambassador to Nigeria, Jacques Champagne de Labriolle, says that bilateral exchanges between Nigeria and France stands at $6 billion per year with exports to Nigeria put at about $2 billion and Nigeria’s export (oil) at $4 billion. He also commented on of security challenges in the Gulf of Guinea, insurgency in Nigeria, gay marriage in France and fears that France interferes in Francophone-Anglophone ties. He spoke with EMMA EMEOZOR. Excerpts: France, Nigeria bilateral relations I like to say that French-Nigerian relations, these days, are ”better than ever”. A specificity of these relations is that, since the sixties, they have…