Contractors working on the federal road projects are being owed N306 billion by the Federal Government.
Latest Nairametrics Food Price Survey reveals more brands of local rice have now flooded major markets in the country helping to drive down prices of local rice.
The United Kingdom’s Enhancing Financial Innovation and Access (EFInA) has disclosed that over 100 million Nigerians earn less than N700 per day.
Nigeria’s manufacturing sector has continued to gain momentum as it rallied to build on the growth recorded in the third quarter of 2019.
The positive momentum in Nigeria’s telecommunications sector continued into the month of October.
The Senate and the House of Representatives in a joint session passed the 2020 Appropriation Bill that was presented by the President on 8 October.
Nigeria’s Entertainment and Media industry is expected to rise from $4.46 billion in 2018 to $10.5 billion by the end of 2023.
For many years, black people in the diaspora, particularly black Americans always found the African continent very intriguing.
NSE boosted its revenue with N143.6 million fines imposed on listed companies across banks, manufacturing, insurance sectors, among others.
Competition for internet subscribers in Nigeria took a different turn as Nigeria’s largest mobile telecommunication company, MTN, led the way.
Nigeria’s public debt stock rose to N25.7 trillion in June 2019 and the payment for servicing the debt continues to be a major source of concern.
The Central Bank of Nigeria’s drive to solve liquidity challenges in Nigeria’s financial sectors is already paying off as banks recovered N738.15 billion
According to the data, ABMP spend annualized for 2019 is about N114 billion compared to N116.394 billion spent in 2018 and N101.8 billion in 2017.
The latest report released by the National Bureau of Statistics disclosed that Nigeria generated a total sum of N876.09 billion as VAT in 9 months.
Not less than 109,284 workers within the Nigerian labour force have quit the Contributory Pension Scheme (CPS) as of the end of June 2019.
The CBN confirmed the external reserves stood at $39.8 billion, the first time it has dropped below $40 billion in almost two years.
Dangote Sugar in its recently released 9M 2019 financials reported a marginal y/y growth in revenue to N117.4 billion in 9M 2019.
The staggering revenues and the Human Capital bring to the table the value of the Diaspora to Nigeria.
Yesterday, at the lower chamber of the National Assembly, legislation a Bill to compulsory 40% allocation to capex passes second reading.
Credit to the private sector hit N25.8 trillion in October 2019, as credit to governments declined by N1.4 trillion to N9.05 trillion.
The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the CBN maintained status quo on all policy rates at the meeting which ended the 26th November 2019.
The publication from the NBS disclosed that capital imported into the Nigerian economy declined in the third quarter by 7.8%.