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Ecomium As Dr. Vanessa Idada Adds Another Year In Style

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Sahara Weekly Reports That Encomium is pouring in for Vanessa Nosakhare Idada in recognition of her many years of humanitarian service, leadership, and enthusiastic contribution of her resources to charitable ventures, Vanessa Nosakhare Idada, founder of Vankol Homes and Support Services is so deserving of all the accolades in the world. Idada who is also the brain behind Safe Haven foundation, a non-profit charity organization has played a key role in the advancement of humanity. She has continued to shine her light on humanity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ecomium As Dr. Vanessa Idada Adds Another Year In Style

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Idada has also been a tremendous asset to the philanthropy world. Through her Vankol Homes and Support Services, Idada has restored hope to humanity through her many acts of kindness. She is synonymous with kindness. A humanitarian of note who never hesitates to lend a helping hand, Idada is always looking for new ways to uplift the poor and helpless. Through Idada’s hundreds have been empowered to live in a decent life. With a handful of people in the United Kingdom, UK, courtesy of Idada’s Vankol Homes’ generosity.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And epitome of beauty and brains, Idada boasts an enviable educational credentials. Idada earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSc) in July 2003. She later bagged a Bachelors of Law Degree, L.L.B (Jon’s) from the University of East London in 2010. She stepped up her educational qualifications with a Masters Degree in International Law and World Economy (L.L.M) from the University of East London. She became a Barrister at Law (BL) in June 2019 after the successful completion of her programme at the Nigerian Law School in Abuja. A first class brain, Idada covered herself in glory during her stint at Sowers and King Legal Practice where she held the position of Associate Counsel/Due Diligence. Idada represented clients in litigation and drafted legal documents. She was also saddled with the responsibility of reviewing contract documents attending legal conferences and recording proceedings and so on. She also worked directly with attorney to track and follow up on projects, prepared confidential and complex documents and handled data entry. She carried out her duties credibly at Sowers and King Legal Practice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

At Almond Media London, Idada brought her spirit of excellence to bear in her role as Project Manager/Business Analyst between November 2017 to March 2019. She exceeded stakeholders’ expectations by designing innovative strategies and plans. She was also in the thick of action where she conducted needs and risks assessment to identify support that needed to promote independence. She also developed and executed appropriate communications plans for employee communication, engagement team, and external communications teams. Idada built a solid relationship with clients internal teams to examine client’s business requirements and processes. She also developed easy-to-understand data and process models for attaining client’s business requirements. In her current role as Case Manager/Personal Advisor at Kent County Council, Kent, Idada has continued her giant strides. She is saddled with the responsibility to deliver pro-active support to the children that are taken into care and reached the age of 18 to increase abilities regarding employment, education, training, and apprenticeship. Her job include executing overall functions of legal status hearing to facilitate the young persons to attend Tribunals, and participate in the appeal process, by ensuring that information is sufficiently gathered and working closely with the Barristers representing the case for a desirable outcome of the matter. Her highlight include established pathway plan in accordance with Care Leavers Act 2000 Legislation ss. 19 – 24 to identify interim goals and longer-term future needs of the young people while realizing the ambitions. Idada’s accomplishments amongst others include providing solid reasons behind high-cost placement of young person needs by plotting detailed research, for instance, accommodation needs costing the Local Authority more than 100,000 pounds per annum. Idada also played a key role at Hestia Housing Project London, a mental health services as Project Manager between 2010 to 2013. Her contributions include assessed client mental health issues by conducting general assessment and risk assessment of clients. Her role also include minimizing the risks by identifying and drawing risk assessment support plan and so much more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No doubt, Idada has carved an enviable niche for herself both in her calling and philanthropy. A thoroughbred professional, Idada is a team player with strong reputation for excellence, integrity, dependability and the rare gift to multi-task under intense pressure. Her foray include expertise in building and managing teams internationally including the transformation of the roles and responsibilities keen in understanding of business priorities. Idada’s skills set include strategic planning and monitoring, business intelligence and development, project management, sales planning and marketing, strategic planning and forecasting, budget planning and monitoring and configuration management and risk management, data model diagrams, work flow diagrams and agile methodologies.

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Nigeria Launches New Fiscal Incentives to Revitalise Oil & Gas Sector, Aiming to Attract $10 Billion Investment

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Nigeria Launches New Fiscal Incentives to Revitalise Oil & Gas Sector, Aiming to Attract $10 Billion Investment

 

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… as FG endorses consolidated guidelines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sahara Weekly Reports That Today, in a move to further revitalise the oil and gas industry’s contribution to the Nigerian Economy, Wale Edun, OFR, Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy, presided over a signing ceremony at the Federal Ministry of Finance headquarters in Abuja endorsing the Consolidated Guidelines for the implementation of Fiscal Incentives for the Oil & Gas Sector – a cornerstone of the Presidential Directive aimed at enhancing the Nigerian oil & gas sector’s global competitiveness whilst stimulating economic growth.

 

 

 

 

Nigeria Launches New Fiscal Incentives to Revitalise Oil & Gas Sector, Aiming to Attract $10 Billion Investment

 

 

 

 

 

As disclosed during the signing, the Presidential Directives were developed and coordinated by the Special Adviser to the President on Energy, Mrs. Olu Verheijen to ensure a competitive framework for the Nigerian oil & gas industry. These Consolidated guidelines for the fiscal incentives are based on extensive collaboration across Finance and Petroleum Ministries and involved several key regulatory bodies including the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), the Nigerian Upstream Petroleum Regulatory Commission (NUPRC), and the Nigerian Midstream and Downstream Petroleum Regulatory Authority (NMDPRA).

 

According to Mrs. Verheijen, these new measures have been designed to deliver a competitive Internal Rate of Return (IRR) for Oil & Gas Projects and attract over $10 billion in new investments within the next 12-18 months. They also underscore Nigeria’s commitment to reaching its long term oil production target of 4 million barrels per day whilst enhancing the reliability of gas supply for to boost export earnings and fuel Nigeria’s industrialization.

 

Mrs. Verheijen disclosed that among the guidelines signed were the NUPRC Guideline on Hydrocarbon Liquids Content in a Non-Associated Gas (NAG) Field, essential for accurately categorising and quantifying the hydrocarbon liquid content in these fields. Additional guidelines focused on the applicability of tax credits and allowances for Non-Associated Gas Greenfield Development and the Midstream Capital and Gas Utilization Allowance, providing taxpayers with clarity on the computation of these benefits.

 

HM Edun, in his remarks, thanked President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for signing the directive in February 2024 to engender growth in the Nigerian oil and gas sector, which had stagnated for over the last decade. He also emphasised the potential of the guidelines, saying, “The idea is to create an atmosphere conducive to international competitiveness such that investment comes in. And in this case, we know it’s foreign direct investment”.

 

The signing ceremony was attended by various stakeholders, including NNPC Limited, Oil Producers Trade Section (OPTS) and the Independent Petroleum Producers Group (IPPG), further highlighting Nigeria’s unified approach toward reinvigorating its oil and gas sector.

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JUST IN: Government Shuts Down Lead British School Over Student’s Bully (VIDEO)

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Sahara Weekly Reports That The Federal Government has reportedly shut down Lead British School following the bully of a student named Namitira in the Abuja-based institution.

 

 

 

JUST IN: Government Shuts Down Lead British School Over Student’s Bully (VIDEO)

 

 

 

 

Two videos showing the student reportedly named Namtira being manhandled went viral on social media on Tuesday.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In one of the videos, the victim was seen being slapped repeatedly by another female student while asking “Who broke my heart?”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In another video, the victim was seen sitting next to a male classmate who was heard saying “I spoilt her relationship”.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Furthermore, the minister of women affairs has visited the school to address the situation. In a follow up video recorded this morning, the culprit was seen being slapped by a woman who is said to be the victim’s aunty.

 

 

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Meet the Nigerian prophet that prophesied the climatic disaster in Dubai and Oman

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The prophetic Hall of Fame, prophet Godwin Ikuru of Jehovah Eye Salvation Ministry, Lagos has established himself as a global prophet, giving accurate and precise prophecies to nations, individuals,continents and organisations.

 

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Nigerians will never forget how he enunciated that Tinubu was going to rule Nigeria,a lot of people and prophets made him their enemies and even threatened to him because of that,but God will always fulfil the words of his prophets as Tinubu finally emerged the president despite all the antagonism.

On the 31st of December when this great prophet was dishing out his prophecies for the year 2024,he said categorically and emphatically that the Asian countries will experience a lot of climatic disasters this year.Oman had a very heavy rain that killed 18 people,it included at least nine schoolchildren and their drivers whose vehicle was washed away by the floodwaters.

UAE witnessed the heaviest recorded rainfall in history,this is really alarming as the rainfall caused a lot of havoc.Only the prophetic Hall of fame, prophet Godwin Ikuru saw all these coming.

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