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COVID-19: Nigeria’s GDP declines by -6.10 per cent

 The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Nigeria's Gross Domestic Product (GDP), has decreased by -6.10 per cent (year on year), in the second...

Illegal Taxes in mining sector to be deducted by FG

 The Federal Government of Nigeria, has come to the resolution to deduct from federal allocations, any illegal taxes by states, on the mining sector.This...

Nigerian farmers affected by flood threatening food security

 Farmers under the umbrella of All Farmers Association of Nigeria (AFAN), have come out to say the flash flood recorded in different parts of...

COVID-19:Oilserv Group donates medical items to Enugu

 In support of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, Oilserv Group, donated medical items to the Enugu state government, over the weekend.The items were...

COVID-19: Air Peace confirms the termination of pilots

 The management of Air Peace, has in a statement, confirmed the sacking of its pilots. Air Peace said the company had to make the...

Shoprite leaves Nigeria after 15 years of operations

 Shoprite, retail giant owned by South Africa, has announced that it will be leaving Nigeria, after 15 years of operations and months of decline...

Rotimi Amaechi explains sovereignty clause in $500m railway loan

 The Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, recently explained that clause 'waiving sovereignty' in loan agreement between Nigeria and China, is only a contract term,...

Dangote ‘Bag of Goodies’ promo aims to produce 9 millionaires daily

 Dangote Cement Plc, has unveiled its plans to reward consumers and improve the livelihoods of its consumers around Nigeria. The company plans to make...

Access Bank Plc introduces new USSD code to curtail fraud

 Access Bank has launched a new self service USSD, to help their customers safeguard their investments.The bank has introduced the code *901*911#, which will...

Dangote Cement raises N250bn debt securities on FMDQ

 Dangote Group of Companies, through its subsidiary, Dangote Cement Plc, has raised a total of N250 billion in debt securities, within six months in...
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