Staff of @MTNNG have reportedly been told to stay back at home after the company received a warning of a planned protest by Nigerian students.
See the best Nigerian mobile banking apps in H1 2019 #Banking #Apps
This why Nigerian Millennials will rather invest in cryptocurrency and ponzi scheme.
How @WealthNG a subsidiary of @SankoreInvests is breaking the barriers to investing in Nigeria
O’Concept, the QSR reengineering snack-on-the-go to flip the market
Suffice it to be asked: “it is Q2 2019, do you know how your pension fund performed?”.
Poor financial risk management is one of the factors responsible for the failure of businesses in Nigeria and across the world.
It is in this regard that Cutix Plc has been playing a major role over the past three decades, manufacturing and distributing assorted, quality cables used in the conduct of electricity across the country.
Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc tops this week's watchlist following the release of its full year results, after Friday's trading hours.
@forteoilng was the worst performing stock this week on the @nsecontact for the trading week ended July 12, 2019
Both FilmOne and Filmhouse Cinema were co-founded by Babatope in December 2012. Ever since then, the companies have been major players in the Nigerian film industry.
In May 2019, @MTNNG listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (@nsenigeria). The move was perceived by many as both an invitation and a challenge to other telecoms companies such as @GloWorld and @9mobileng to do the same.
@thefmngroup has a SELL recommendation from @nairametrics for largely fundamental reasons
The Central Bank of Nigeria has directed that banks’ daily deposits placement through the CBN's Standing Deposit Facility, shall no longer exceed N2 billion.
From homes to offices, the consumption of coffee has increased among Nigerians, blending into their lifestyles, particularly in the urban youth circles. There are just two coffee brands leading this drive within the country— @NESCAFE and others.
Several reactions have continued to trail the Central Bank of Nigeria's recent directive ordering all commercial banks within the Nigerian banking industry to maintain a minimum loan to deposit ratio (LDR) of 60% starting from September 2019.
CBN's decision to force bank lending is crushing banking stocks
Nigeria’s total debt stock rose to N24.9 trillion or US$81.2 billion as of the end of March 2019. This is revealed in the latest report released by [@DMONigeria]
Foreign Investment into Nigeria in the first quarter of 2019 rose to $8.4 billion compared to $6.3 billion in the same period of 2018.
It’s a football weekend, but something is missing. The usual deafening screams and chants have gone silent; the football viewing center in your street has been replaced by a grocery store. Not because people are no longer watching matches, but this is 2030 and no one needs Cable TV.
Nigeria's Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, commissioned the 1.5MW independent power project at the Sura Market, Lagos Island in October 2018.