Riots vs real estate

As we all watch the escalating violence in our country, it hurts our souls to see so much pain, destruction and death across so many cities in our nation. How did we get here? How will we move past this? Will change be realized? Time will tell. There is no need to state the obvious. […]

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data centres expanding in nigeria

When you log on to your computers and snap off emails to share info and pictures to your friends, family and business partners – do you ever stop and think about where this data travels and where it lives? Does it just live on your computer’s hard drive or phones small sd card? The answer […]

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inflation and the effects on the nigerian real estate sector

Since Covid-19 reared its ugly head, there have been additional consequences that have emerged that have directly affected the Nigeria Real Estate scene. Our recent article on the Nigerian Real Estate Sector – post Covid, examined the outlook and performance of the sector and what we could expect in the near future; while this piece […]

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Facebook eyes lagos Nigeria for new office

It appears that Nigeria made a good impression on Mark Zuckerberg when he visited the country back in 2016, because the ubiquitous social network mammoth, Facebook – which has over 2.7 billion users worldwide, announced that they will be opening up an office in Lagos Nigeria. This is massive news and this move is poised […]

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Kainji Dam burst – what happened?

Breaking Story – The massive hydro-electric dam located in New Bussa town in Niger State, has burst. Operators of the Kainji dam opened four spill ways in response to heavy rains in the area recently, however, the water pressure was still excessive and part of the dam embankment collapsed and water could be seen gushing […]

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hotels rooms open up

As the Nigerian economy shakes off the webs of the pandemic, the hotel sector which was hit hard with the shut down, is now opening their rooms to those who need a place to rest their heads. Our recent article regarding the restaurant sector re-opening, we examined the impact the shutdown had on their businesses […]

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nigeria pushes international air travel to september 5

In a recent article regarding the resumption of international air travel to Nigeria, we stated that flights will resume on the 29th of August. We just received word that this date has now been pushed back to September 5th, 2020. In a statement from by Director-General of the NCAA, Musa Shuaibu Nuhu, he mentioned that […]

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RESTAURANTS and bars heat up in lagos

For Nigerians itching to go out for a nice dinner or to hang with their friends at their favourite rooftop bar, are dusting off their shiny shoes and pressing their fancy attire because they can now go blow off some steam. After nearly five months of lockdown, this is a good sign that things may […]

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Working from home in Nigeria

When Nigeria entered the lockdown stage in late March, there was a lot of trepidation and nervousness running through the country. These fears of the unknown, and the invisible virus that spreads and kills quickly and how it would disrupt millions of citizens daily lives. Also, how would Nigerians who are born hustlers, earn their […]

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International air travelers ready to lift off for Nigeria

After almost five months of restricted air travel, Nigeria is set to open up for international flights on August 29th. The shutdown was in response to the global spread of the coronavirus that wreaked havoc across the globe. To date, Nigeria has a reported 49,068 cases, and 975 deaths. Nigeria’s Minister of Aviation Hadi Sirika, […]

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