Today’s Businessday Newspaper Headlines Sunday 6th January 2019

Today’s Businessday Newspaper Headlines Sunday 6th January 2019

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Nadal eyes more games in 2019 despite injury scare
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
Rafael Nadal has started the season with yet another injury withdrawal but is still aiming to play more events than he did in 2018. Because if its like 2018, I am not a tennis player anymore, said the Spaniard, referring to a season in which he competed in just nine events and retired with injury []The post Nadal eyes more games in 2019 despite injury scare appeared first on BusinessDay.
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Investors begin to take a position as Julius Berger, Union Dicon, 15 others gain N48bn
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
Investors have started to take a position in the Nigerian equities following 2018 year bearish run which caused significant depreciation in the prices of listed stocks on the Nigerian bourse. This sentiment has started to manifest as the first week of trading on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) in 2019 ended with 17 gainers, 42 []The post Investors begin to take a position as Julius Berger, Union Dicon, 15 others gain N48bn appeared first on BusinessDay.
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Fayose suffering from personality disorder, says Fayemi’s aide
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
The Senior Special Assistant to Ekiti State Governor on Public Communications, Segun Dipe, has described the immediate past governor of the State, Ayodele Fayose, as someone suffering from a personality disorder, which is narcissistic in nature, and which makes him have an inflated sense of self-importance. Dipe was reacting to Fayose’s criticism of the Federal []The post Fayose suffering from personality disorder, says Fayemi’s aide appeared first on BusinessDay.
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A peep into Los Angeles’ rich heritage
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
People travel for various reasons: to learn from other people’s culture, seek pleasure, shop, see family and friends, or just relax. However, in meeting some of these essentials needs, there are places most people dream of visiting because such places are an embodiment of what an ideal city should be. An ideal city cannot just []The post A peep into Los Angeles’ rich heritage appeared first on BusinessDay.
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Buhari too frightened to leave power, may plunge Nigeria into deeper crisis- Ononuju
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
A public affairs analyst and a chieftain of the People’s Democratic Pary (PDP) Katch Ononuju has warned Nigerians that President Muhammadu Buhari is desperate to hang on to power by whatever means possible because he is frightened that Nigerians may reject him in the polls in 2019. Ononuju told BusinessDay in an exclusive chat that []The post Buhari too frightened to leave power, may plunge Nigeria into deeper crisis- Ononuju appeared first on BusinessDay.
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Harmattan season exposes more risk of infection ‘ experts
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
Health experts are advising Nigerians to limit their exposure to dust during this dry weather conditions, cautioning that it associated to various health implication on humans, affecting their skin, respiratory system and eyes. Harmattan period usuallyoccurs between the end of November and March each year and it comes with dryness and dust because there is []The post Harmattan season exposes more risk of infection experts appeared first on BusinessDay.
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Anthony Joshua eyes more belts in 2019
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
It has been yet another successful year in the premier weight-class of boxing for British boxer Anthony Joshua, as he added one more title in the form of the WBO belt in early 2018, defeating Joseph Parker while triumphing over Alexander Povetkin later in September. Retaining the WBA[Super], IBF, IBO and WBO titles, Joshua is []The post Anthony Joshua eyes more belts in 2019 appeared first on BusinessDay.
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2019: Nigerians demand purposeful leadership, free and fair election
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
The year 2019 promises to be an eventful one for Nigeria and Nigerians. However, there is the belief among the citizenry that 2018 was a challenging and difficult year in which several unpleasant events shaped the landscape of the country. It was a year that the nation’s economy finally moved out of recession after it []The post 2019: Nigerians demand purposeful leadership, free and fair election appeared first on BusinessDay.
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Much Ado about Buhari’s attendance at the Presidential debate
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
Nigeria’s presidential system is patterned after that of the United States of America (USA). The most populous black nation in the world has copied a lot from America, including debates by contenders for certain categories of political offices during general elections. Historically, the first general election presidential debate was said to have held on September []The post Much Ado about Buhari’s attendance at the Presidential debate appeared first on BusinessDay.
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Sedentary lifestyles: Middle-aged workers now more at than pensioners
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
Most middle-aged office workers now spend as much time sitting down as older pensioners, says a new study by researchers at the University of Edinburgh, .UK/US. The study found that 45 to 54-year-old men spend on average 7.8 hours per weekday sitting down, compared with 7.4 hours for the over-75s. Sedentary work is the main []The post Sedentary lifestyles: Middle-aged workers now more at than pensioners appeared first on BusinessDay.
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Investment opportunities in Nigeria’s agric sector
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
According to Dr. Sam Talabi, the Managing Director, Talon Nig. Ltd, wise investments in agricultural production and similar activities would provide good job opportunities for young graduates. These include those with the requisite training as well as others willing to drop the quest for white-collar jobs and get trained. Indeed, agricultural activities have for eons []The post Investment opportunities in Nigeria’s agric sector appeared first on BusinessDay.
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Gani Adams and the preservation of indigenous culture
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
On January 13, 2018,Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Adeyemi III, officially installed Iba Gani Abiodun Adams the 15thAare Onakakanfo of Yorubaland at the ancient town of Oyo. The pomp and grandeur of the event sufficiently attested to the substance of the Kakanfo chieftaincy title in Yorubaland.The office was last held by late business mogul []The post Gani Adams and the preservation of indigenous culture appeared first on BusinessDay.
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The Procurement Professional Part 2
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
Some other skills and qualities of the procurement Professional include: DATA AND FINANCIAL ANALYSIS SKILLS: Success as a Procurement professional does not only require communication and interpersonal skills. It also requires sound data analysis skills. A good professional must be comfortable with data and must possess the skills to analyze them using various analytical []The post The Procurement Professional Part 2 appeared first on BusinessDay.
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Dearth of infrastructure in South East is discouraging businesses ‘ ECCIMA DG
Sun, 06 Jan 2019
Emeka Okereke, director-general of Enugu Chamber of Commerce Industry Mines and Agriculture (ECCIMA), in this interview with REGIS ANUKWUOJI, advises the Federal Government to use the Trader-moni more wisely to increase productivity and create more employment opportunities. Excerpts: As a manager of SME operators, do you think the best option in solving the economic challenges []The post Dearth of infrastructure in South East is discouraging businesses ECCIMA DG appeared first on BusinessDay.
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