Pilots at Lufthansa have called for mediation to cover all areas of their dispute with the German airline’s management, not only the early retirement row that has resulted in 10 strikes this year.
Lufthansa offered last week to enter mediation to resolve the long-running dispute over early retirement benefits, seeking to halt the pummelling it was taking from repeated industrial action.
It was a dream come true for Amadin Samuel Ihegie as he emerged the winner of the Spirit of Lagos Song Contest. He polled a total of 2,782 votes to defeat the other top contestants.
The contest which was flagged off on August 29, 2014 saw well over 238 entries which were later screened and reduced to top five songs by a panel of judges that included seasoned and credible professionals in the music industry.
It was a day of joy for Miss Juliet Onyinyechi Ofodile as she was announced winner of the Mr. Chef First Lady Reality Show at the Shell Hall of the MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos on Friday, 21 November, 2014.
The 23-year old undergraduate of the University of Lagos 18 other contestants at the grand finale of the Show that was designed to discover the total woman who best epitomized the essence of womanhood.
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Young professionals who participated in the just concluded 2014 edition of the Goal Attainment Made Easy (GAME) conference have been charged on making a difference in their chosen careers as well as different sectors of the Nigerian economy. GAME is an initiative of iamCHAMP Limited in partnership with the Department for International Development (DFID) and supported by Access Bank, Plc.
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A leading provider of enterprise-class communication solutions, Vodacom Business has opened new offices in Ibadan and Kano. These new offices are part of Vodacom Nigeria’s expansion plans which will strengthen services to customers in these regions and the surrounding areas.
Thermocool, one of Nigeria’s leading household appliance companies has rewarded its loyal stakeholders including trade partners and employees for standing by the company all through its 40 years of its business operations in Nigeria.
Thermocool, while promising more fruitful years of quality and innovative products in Nigeria, treated the guests to an exciting evening of celebration with scintillating performances from Sound Sultan, Immaculate, Timi Dakolo, sensational up and coming musical sensation Kanwulia and a host of other artistes in the spirit of its anniversary celebration.
It was fun, excitement and sense of fulfilment amongst advertising Practitioners, and Industry Stakeholders including the media at this year’s Lagos Advertising and Ideas Festival (LAIF)awards held at Civic Centre in Victoria Island LAGOS. The theme of the event was ‘’Co create. Great ideas come from anywhere’’.
LAIF is the brain child of the Association of Advertising Agencies of Nigeria (AAAN).
International Association of Business Communicators [IABC] Nigerian Chapter has won the October Membership Month promotion of the global body.
IABC Nigeria President Chido Nwakanma said in a statement that IABC Headquarters pronounced Nigeria winner following the membership month that offered a $40 rebate for new and renewing members.
British Council in partnership with First Bank of Nigeria Pc launches GenTalks Creative, in association with Generational Voices (GenVoices) to stimulate youth participation in the articulation of practical growth strategies for Nigeria’s creative industries using digital platforms. In statement made available to newsmen in Lagos , the Head Corporate Communication British council Desmond Omovie said that the programme aims to gather ideas on sector development strategies and reinforce young people’s capacity to participate and lead policy and sector development.
According to him the project will stimulate solution focused debate and discourse based on already articulated growth barriers to the Nigerian Creative Industries.
Police in Kenya are consulting technical experts to determine if 77 Chinese nationals arrested with advanced communications equipment in several houses in an upscale Nairobi neighborhood were committing espionage.
The Chinese were arrested since the weekend with equipment that Kenya’s Daily Nation newspaper said was capable of hacking into government servers.