INNOSON, IBETO, AND THE RISING MEN FROM BIAFRA

INNOSON, IBETO, AND THE RISING MEN FROM BIAFRA

Innocent “Innoson” Chukwuma and Cletus Ibeto are arguably two of the fastest rising Biafran industrialists. Natives of Nnewi, the second largest city in Anambra State, Biafra, both men are frontrunners of a crop of manufacturing-focused entrepreneurs emerging to national limelight from a city where business is the way of life. Innocent and Ibeto own the two largest conglomerates in Biafra land. Innocent’s Innoson Group of Company is a diversified parent company with several businesses, one…

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New electricity tariff stifling “BIAFRA” businesses –ECCIMA boss

New electricity tariff stifling “BIAFRA” businesses –ECCIMA boss

The recent hike in electricity tariff by the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN) is strangulating many manufacturing businesses in Territory, According to Ifeanyi Okoye, President of the Enugu Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (ECCIMA). Okoye, while speaking at press briefing in lagos yoruba land where he had gone to convince the people of Biafra to return back home and invest  as part of activities lined up for the forthcoming 26th edition of…

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The United States is deeply disappointed In Nigeria’s election

The United States is deeply disappointed In Nigeria’s election

The US Government has expressed disappointment over the postponement of Nigeria’s general election which was announced last night by INEC chairman, Prof. Jega. The following  statement by the US Secretary of State John Kerry posted on the US Department of State website. The United States is deeply disappointed by the decision to postpone Nigeria’s presidential election, which had been scheduled for February 14. Political interference with the Independent National Electoral Commission is unacceptable, and it…

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