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AMCOSS, PEDI partner for 3-day management training

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A leading personnel consultancy, AMCOSS, is organizing “a 3-day leadership and management development retreat” for PEDI management staff.

The retreat which is scheduled to hold between Thursday 20th June and Saturday 22nd June 2024, will feature trending, emerging and solution-focused presentations, as well as interactive sessions by the participants.

The programmes of the event lined up are as follows:

Opening day, June 20 will start by 9:00am, and by 10:00am, the Managing Director/CEO will give a welcome address, which will be followed by a brief remark from the Managing Director of PEDI, Ilesa. An highlight of the event is a guided tour of places of historical importance in Ilorin.

By 2:30pm, there will be a presentations titled “Effective Leadership and Leadership Skills”, followed by the interactive session of questions and answers.

There will be three presentations on the second day June 21, tagged: “Managerial Skills and Personal Effectiveness”; Performance Management System” and “Health and Well-being”.

Likewise on the last day of the programmes, there will be two presentations: “Team Building and Effective Communication” and “Organisational Continuity, Sustainability and Succession Planning”.

The training starts each day by 9am, with provision for interactive sessions after each presentation and lecture, tea break/lunch, and ends approximately 4:30pm.

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Naira rises to ₦1,530 per dollar in parallel market

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Last Updated on July 6, 2024 by Fellow Press

The Naira has appreciated in the parallel market to N1,530 per dollar from N1,535 per dollar on Thursday.

Similarly, the Naira appreciated to N1,509.67 per dollar in the Nigerian Autonomous Foreign Exchange Market, NAFEM.

Data from FMDQ showed that the indicative exchange rate for NAFEM rose to N1,509.67 per dollar from N1,520.24 per dollar on Thursday, indicating N10.57 appreciation for the naira.

The volume of dollars traded (turnover) in the market fell by 32.6 percent to $116.88 million from $173.51 million traded on Thursday.

Consequently, the margin between the parallel market and NAFEM rates widened to N20.33 per dollar from N14.76 per dollar on Thursday.

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Naira falls to 1520 to a dollar in parallel market

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Last Updated on June 28, 2024 by Fellow Press

The Naira yesterday depreciated in the parallel market to N1,520 per dollar from N1,510 per dollar on Wednesday. Similarly, the Naira depreciated to N1,510.1 per dollar in the Nigerian Autonomous Foreign Exchange Market, NAFEM.

Data from FMDQ showed that the indicative exchange rate for NAFEM rose to N1,510.1 per dollar from N1,507.83 per dollar on Wednesday, indicating N2.27 depreciation for the naira. The volume of dollars traded (turnover) in the market rose by 62.8 percent to $287.21 million from $176.39 million traded Wednesday.

Consequently, the margin between the parallel market and NAFEM rates widened to N10 per dollar from N2.17 per dollar on Wednesday.

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