‘Women For Change’ Breakfast this Saturday! Date: 1st August, 2015, Venue: The Dome, This Present House, Freedom Way, Lekki Phase 1, Time: 8:00am

women's conferenceThis Present House, invites all women to its first breakfast meeting for the year themed Impact Conference. It promises to be a memorable event that will bring impact-making women from different sectors together to meet, celebrate, network and share.

The highly anticipated event will feature panelists who are professionals in different fields ranging from medicine, finance, non-profit, law, education, beauty and fashion sharing their journeys of impact and relevance.banner berry AD 22

Date:  1st August, 2015 

Time: 8:00am

Venue: The Dome, This Present House, Freedom Way, Lekki Phase 1

RSVP text or call: 08129011291

Email: omen4change@thispresenthouse.org

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Inclusive Business: An Innovative Policy Choice for Stimulating Job Creation

Olusoji APAMPA

Policy making in Nigeria is typically dominated by the political imperatives of “palliatives” and “quick fixes”. Without palliatives the people rapidly lose interest, lose hope and turn against their political heroes. Without quick fixes, the opposition finds it easy to attack the performance of a new government and shake the faith of the electorate leading to the same result – the people turning against their heroes. So what should governments do when interested in stimulating job creation to pull masses of their citizens out of poverty? On March 28, 2015, the people of Nigeria chose “change” and one of the key gains they now have is the right to demand fulfillment of the APC campaign promise to create 5 million new jobs by 2019. According to the APC, “as at 1999, Nigeria’s rate of unemployment stood at about 8%, today it is estimated from official statistics to be close to…

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