Accountants from Nigerians Spend N430mn for Malaysia Summit
- Latest from factual, authoritative and accessible economic magazine, the Economic Confidential. You can also join us on the Facebook www.facebook.com/economicconfidential.Malaysia Jamboree: 900 Accountants from Nigeria Spends N430mn in a WeekAt the recent World Congress of Accountants (WCOA) which took place in Kuala Lumpur Conference Centre, Malaysia over 900 Nigerian Accountants attended the congress that attracted about 6,500 delegates from 157 members and associates of IFAC in about 123 countries. Read:http://www.economicconfidential.com/x/index.php/national-news/540-malaysia-jamboree-900-accountants-from-nigeria-spends-n430mn-in-a-weekFace to Face with AlamieyeseighaIt is an experience this writer will not forget in a hurry. It is such an experience that makes one to wonder about life, its pleasure, its vanity and what forms inner contentment and fulfilment. It was on a trip to Bayelsa state. Read:http://www.economicconfidential.com/x/index.php/features/539-riches-face-to-face-with-alamieyeseighaDrum of Third World War Beats LouderTwo men to decide the fate of the embattled mankind in a matter of weeks are Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran. The issue at stake is Iran's determination to achieve deliverable nuclear weapons, which has the inherent potential to spark off the dreaded Third World War. This is presumably so with the Israeli readiness to attack Iran as early as this November 2010. Read:FIRS Tasks Tax Payers on their rights for better servicesTaxpayers have been advised to come together, form associations and pressure groups to address common issues, press for their rights and channel their demands to the government and obtain better services. The Executive Chairman, Federal Inland Revenue Service, Mrs. Ifueko Omoigui Okauru, said this would encourage a two-way communication between the government and taxpayers. Read:http://www.economicconfidential.com/x/index.php/tax-matters/537-firs-tasks-tax-payers-on-their-rights-for-better-servicesAMCON Board Authorises Purchase of Non-performing LoansThe Board of the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) concluded its first board meeting today in Abuja, during which it reiterated its mission to acquire non-performing loans across the banking industry, recapitalise the rescued banks and manage the acquired assets. Read:http://www.economicconfidential.com/x/index.php/monetary/536-amcon-board-authorises-purchase-of-non-performing-loansPlease visit our homepage for more or click on the respective links above.
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