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Igbo people are known for their diligence and broad participation in business life in Nigeria. The Igbo businessmen have been playing significant roles in Nigerian industrial and business spheres for a long time. Top 20 richest Igbo man and woman...
President Buhari ‘Next Level’ Initiative: Over 12 million Nigerians are to benefit from the ‘Next Level’ of the federal government’s National Social Investment Programme (N-SIP). This is even as the Home-grown School Feeding Programme has now extended to 30 states...
The landing cost of Premium Motor Spirit, also known as petrol, is N35 higher than the pump price of N145 per liter, the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, said on Tuesday. Ibe Kachikwu said the rise...
Banker remanded in prison over N36m debt: Justice Bello Duwale of the Sokoto State High Court has remanded a Sterling Bank Plc worker, Olanrewaju Yusuf, in prison custody for cheating to the tune of N36m and issuing of dud...
Lateef Femi Okunnu, a former Federal Commissioner for Works and Housing, says it is "rubbish" for members of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo to ask for slots in the cabinet of the Lagos State government. Lateef Femi Okunnu also said Nigeria must...
Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata Jnr (punch) Once upon a time, you had to literally queue for years to be assigned a phone line and the number of years you had to wait would not in any way influence the allocation of...
Nigeria’s economy slipping - World: BankThe World Bank has said that the Nigerian economy has been slipping since 1995 and this continued till 2018. The bank, in its latest report on the regional economy titled, ‘Africa’s Pulse’, released the taxonomy...
Nigeria’s Public Debt Grows By 12.25% - Nigeria’s aggregate public debt grew 12.25 per cent or N2.66 trillion year-on-year as at December 31, 2018, totalling N24.387 trillion ($79.437 billion), compared to N21.7 trillion posted over the same period in...
Court nullifies sale of Etisalat: The Federal High Court in Abuja has, in an April 1, 2019 ruling, set aside the sale of a major telecommunications firm, Etisalat International Nigeria Limited, now 9mobile, to Teleology Nigeria Limited. However, the Management...
Nearly two and a half years after exiting Nigeria’s downstream oil sector, ExxonMobil is weighing the sale of some oil and gas fields in the country. The United States-based oil major recently held talks on the sale of a suite...