The economic growth of a nation does not happen in isolation but is dependent on various factors to act as catalysts to growth. One of those factors according to the Intelligenteconomist.com is said to be physical capital or infrastructure. Physical capital such as roads, factories and machinery are key components of an economy and can boost the…

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The state of infrastructure in Nigeria has remained a matter of concern given the importance of infrastructure in the economic wellbeing of the populace and the growth and development process of the economy. Osa Victor Obayagbona writes that the inability of the government to meet up with the increasing responsibility to provide and maintain infrastructure…

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… As Three Suspects Test Negative  The Lagos State Government has announced the quarantine of a family of four children and their teacher, who recently returned from the United States of America and suspected for COVID-19 have been isolated at the Biosecurity Facility of the Mainland Infectious Disease Hospital, Yaba, the Lagos State Government has…

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As at 2005, the Nigerian ports faced major challenges which made it one of the most inefficient ports globally. The average Ship waiting time before berthing was 21 days, vessel turnaround time was 5 days while dwell time for cargo was over 30 days. The ports had poor infrastructure (roads, rail, quay, buildings, equipment, and…

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 . . . Says model critical to development   The Lagos State Head of Service, on Monday stated that the competing needs for Government resources make Public Private Partnership model a critical component of socio-economic development of the State. Muri-Okunola, who made the statement in Ikeja during a PPP Lagos Roundtable themed “Creating Sustainable Development…

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