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Nigeria drags feet on economic reforms as World Bank raises red flag on rising debt

THE Nigerian government is yet to implement holistic economic reforms that will make the country an investors' toast and restore the economy to prosperity,...

Frustrated consumers seek alternatives to ongrid power as NERC halts ‘eligible customer’ status

  SEVERAL government institutions and notable companies across the country are already leaving the national grid as a result of frustrations occasioned by the Nigerian...

FX market: Experts urge CBN to deepen market reforms

FINANCIAL analysts have told the  Central Bank of Nigeria to move beyond the stoppage of sales of dollars to the Bureau De Change Operators,...
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Down! Down! Down! goes naira at N522/$

NAIRA weakened by 3.4 per cent at Lagos parallel markets on Wednesday afternoon, a day after the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) announced a...

COVID-19: BudgiT reveals N1.1bn earmarked for 50,000 rural women found in 17 personal accounts

A CIVIL society organisation with speciality on good governance financing and budgeting system, Budgit, has revealed that N1.1 billion targeted at 50, 000 rural...

Nigeria to access $105m grant from Global Partnership for Education -British High Commissioner

THE British High Commissioner to Nigeria Catriona Laing, on Tuesday, said the Federal Government would benefit from a $105 million grant from the Global...
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Macaroni, Yesufu, others decry shrinking media space, say  participatory democracy at risk

NOTABLE social activists consisting of Debo Adebayo, known by his stage name Mr Macaroni, Aisha Yesufu and Obianuju Udeh, popularly known as DJ Switch,...

Nigeria’s economy crawling from impact of COVID-19 as insecurity, inflation worsen food crisis

NIGERIA’s fragile economic situation has been worsened by the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. This situation has led to several job losses which have...

DisCos expect external auditors in preparation for World Bank’s $750m facility

Eleven electricity distribution companies (Discos) will have external auditors look into their books to enable them access the World Bank's $750 million facility, sources...
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Why UAE refuses work permit applications from Nigerians

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Illegal loan apps ignore Nigeria’s cyber laws, continue to shame customers

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