Kaduna is the state capital of Kaduna State in north-western Nigeria, on the Kaduna River, is a trade center and a major transportation hub for the surrounding agricultural areas with its rail and road junction. The population of Kaduna was at 760,084 as of the 2006 Nigerian census, and this is believed to have grown to over 1.8 million as of 2013. The symbol of Kaduna is the crocodile, called kada in the native Hausa language.
Traditional Agencies need to raise the stakes or the major consultancies and business advisory practices will take them out within the next decade ... Businesses are likely to be cautious in the face of these reforms as they seek to understand ... As I speak, we are still not able to practice in Kaduna.
A proud son of his father alright, he is a man who has come into his own as demonstrated by his antecedents in education, business, recent foray into the political arena and refusal to toe the “popular” path as far as the Nigerian political terrain is concerned.
He said the skill centre in Gwantu Kurmi in KadunaState was designed to reduce rural-urban migration, youth restiveness and to promote agro-allied businesses ... restiveness; promote agro-allied businesses and generally enhance security in the southern Kaduna Area of this State.
Describing it as a ‘signature investment’, the governor added that the realisation of the OCP vision was evidence that Kaduna state remains a safe haven for investors, reason he said global businesses like are responding to the state’s investment push. “For us in Kaduna state, ...
“So, you replace that with job, you replace it with employment, you invest in your micro small businesses, where these youths are domiciled by supporting them, pulling them out of poverty,” he said. Asked how he could have handled the abduction of the Kaduna train passengers as ...
As if that was not enough, only last Thursday evening, a roving unit of terrorists attacked an army checkpoint around ZumaRock on the busy Abuja-Kaduna highway ... It is bad business to try and extort money out of a desperate national security emergency ... It has made the Abuja- Kaduna highway untenable as a route for normal civil traffic.
I am not in the business of endorsing or demarketing any presidential candidate. But what Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, the PDP flagbearer, said in Kaduna last weekend generated so much heat that I felt compelled to throw in my perspective.
Ibrahim Oyewale Lokoja... He alleged that CINAFINDEV is initiated by businessmen who had run aground a textile company in Kaduna and subsequently came to Kogi to make business and would stop at nothing to maximise profit to the detriment if the state while KIPL looked on ... In his remarks, a Journalist and Publisher of Law and PolicyMaker, Mr ... .
John Shiklam in Kaduna... “If given the mandate to govern the state, I will review the good but badly implemented school feeding programme, school fees increase, review and reversal of the draconial demolition of places of businesses and residences of Kaduna citizens and review or reversal of the illegal deduction of local government funds.