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Broadcast Schedule

Inspire Thursday

2016-05-26 17:30:00

Augustine Uddin

2016-05-12 15:00:00

The Economy&You - Akin Sodipo

2016-05-05 15:00:00

The Economy&You - Bukky George

2016-03-20 18:15:00

The Economy&You - Gbenga Shobo

2016-02-11 15:00:00

The Economy&You - Gbenga Shobo

2016-02-07 15:00:00

The Economy&You - Dr. Fakunle

2016-02-04 15:00:00

The Economy&You - Ruth Obih

2015-12-24 15:00:00
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Enterprise Clinic on Air May 2016

Every last Tuesday, we turn Enterprise Stories to a Clinic where we LISTEN, ADVISE and ASSIST you navigate the business terrain. Access to those that understand the tough business environment is critical in order to make running your business smooth. Join Olawale and the EDC experts this Tuesday at 3pm for the live program on Inspiration 92.3 FM -Business Clinic on EnterpriseStories. The numbers to call to join the conversation are: 09090000923, 01-2772923, 01-2773923, 01-6320923. To jump the queue, send your questions, challenges or comments ahead of the program to wanifowose@pau.edu.ng or upload your audio recording via http://edcradioonline.com/e-report (using your Facebook account) or Whatsapp 08056565555. When we treat your case, many similar cases are simultaneously resolved!

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  • 2016-05-27 15:00:00

The Economy&You - Baba Ikazoboh

A productive workforce of a nation brings about economic growth. Manpower development involves investment in education, training and the presence of other social services that impacts the capacity of the workforce. In Nigeria, a clear strategy for the development of manpower to propel the nation’s economy remains elusive. Nigeria currently ranks 152 out of 188 in the Human Development index, and this data mirror the state of human development indicators like health, education and the standard of living. It is noteworthy that without proper investment in education and training, Nigeria’s ranking will remain low. Manpower development has remained challenged for several reasons; education at the tertiary level and vocational training are top issues. With 10.4% unemployment rate and 50% youth unemployment rate and 300,000 young graduates joining the labour force yearly, it becomes critical to find solutions that can build proper manpower to grow the Nigerian economy.

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  • 2016-05-26 15:00:00