Monday, September 07, 2020
You took over as Acting Commissioner for Insurance in August 2019, before you were formerly confirmed as substantive Commissioner. During this period, you moved fast with getting activities started…read more.
The impact of COVID-19 in Africa has created a sense of urgency and inspired calls for coordinated response to mitigate it’s devastating effects and lay the foundation for long-term recovery…read more.
United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc. has posted gross earnings of N300.6 billion in its half year (H1) operations, against N294 billion achieved in the corresponding period of 2019…read more.
Payment Service Banks (PSBs), are to maintain at least 75 percent of their deposit liabilities in the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) securities, Treasury Bills (TBs), and other short-term Federal Government debt instruments at any point in time…read more.
The resumption of forex sales to the Bureau De Change operators by the Central Bank of Nigeria on Monday (today) will strengthen the exchange rate of the naira to the dollar according to the operators. In a circular, the CBN had announced plans to resume…read more.
The Federal Government on Sunday came under more criticism for the increase in electricity tariff and petrol pump price last week. The Centre for Democracy and Development and the Civil Liberties Organisation condemned the government’s actions, saying…read more.
Amid lingering public outcry over the recent increase in electricity tariff, the number of the nation’s power plants sitting idle rose to 13 on Sunday, While many Nigerians were still smarting from the hike in electricity tariff…read more.
Lack of coordination among various stakeholders in the agricultural sector and improper value chain integration has exposed the limitations of the Federal Government’s agricultural intervention programmes, farmers say. The farmers…read more.
Covid-19 pandemic and its attendant pressure on health infrastructure may not be all that is left to bear at this time, but also that businesses affected by the new normal are defaulting in meeting credit obligations. This incidentally is falling…read more.
Eight years ago, Mark James (not real name) was one of the people who lined the streets of Lagos carrying placards in protest against Federal Government announcement on January 1, 2012, that it was quashing a 30-year-old petroleum….read more.
Dear Reader, on this page, we had discussed investment objectives, risk tolerance and red flags that investors must watch before taking decision on any company’s shares…read more.
Three Nigerian banks have commenced a quick response code payment system in Ghana. The banks: Eco, Zenith and Fidelity; are among six banks in Ghana that initiated services to allow the public pay for goods and services through the universal Ghana…read more.
In spite of the public outrage over last week’s electricity tariff hike which the government said it was meant to fund electricity infrastructure, the federal government is set to spend additional N152.416 billion in funding the Nigerian Bulk Electricity Bulk Trading Plc in 2021….read more.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has moved against some banks through which some gaming companies have been making unauthorised foreign exchange transfers abroad…read more.
The Financial Reporting Council of Nigeria (FRC) at the weekend said its move to improve audit regulation in the country will help attract more foreign direct investments (FDIs)…read more.
The All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN), on behalf of the 40 million farmers in Nigeria, has congratulated Akinwumi Ayodeji Adeshina on his re-election and subsequent inauguration for the second time as the President of the African Development Bank(AfDB)….read more.