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Virgin Nigeria, is the new Nigerian flag carrier. It is an entirely private sector partnership owned 51% by major Nigerian institutional investors, and 49% by Virgin Atlantic Limited (which itself is owned 51% by Sir Richard Branson and 49% by Singapore Airlines).

Virgin Nigeria is commencing operations during mid-2005, and will operate routes from its hudomestically within Nigeria, regionally around Africa and intercontinentally to Europe, Middle East, Asia and Americas.
For details click here  :  www.virginnigeria.com

  
Vision "To be the undisputed leading and dominant financial services institution in Africa."

Mission "To be a role model for African businesses by creating superior value for all our stakeholders, abiding by the utmost professional and ethical standards, and by building an enduring institution'"

UBA Group is the product of a merger of Nigeria's third (3rd) and fifth (5th) largest banks (United Bank for Africa Plc and Standard Trust Bank Plc respectively) and the subsequent acquisition of Continental Trust Bank Plc. The union was the first successful merger transaction in the history of the Nigerian banking sector. Link each bank's name to a page that shows the timeline till the bank was integrated into UBA. Back button will lead back to 'about group'.

The consolidated UBA is the largest financial services institution in West Africa with a balance sheet size in excess of Six Hundred Billion Naira (N600Billion) and over five million (5m) customer accounts. It has four hundred and twenty eight (428) business offices across Nigeria, a presence in New York, the Cayman Islands and in Ghana (where it has 5 business offices).
For details click here  :  www.ubagroup.com

  

The network is a non-governmental organisation that focuses essentially on economic empowerment, social upliftment and family enhancement of women through Agriculture and other environmental friendly activities. It collaborative partners several Federal Ministries such as Agriculture and Rural Development; Federal Ministry of Environment, Ministry of Women Affairs to mention a few.

The network objectives include :

  1. Exposing women to modern Agricultural technology
  2. Empowering women with technical and managerial skills in their resolve to fight poverty and improve their standard of living
  3. Organising regular intensive training through workshop/seminar/conferences aimed at improving the capabilities of women to boost food production
  4. Sustaining the promotion of self-reliance and income generation
  5. Providing a forum for female genders entrepreneurs involved in the Agro-Allied industry to network
  6. Protecting the rights of women in the Agro-Allied industry

For details kindly click here