Why the Federal Government plans to increase VAT and how it could affect you if the National Assembly approves.
Nigerian Banks are in stiff competition with FinTech startups over what is regarded as the highly lucrative Quick Loan Segment.
As part of our tracking of Nigerian billionaires and their money, Nairametrics brings you a complete list of how much some executives in Zenith Bank Plc, Access Bank Plc, United Bank for Africa Plc, and Guaranty Trust Bank Plc will earn from dividends.
Nigerian Companies spent about N11.3 billion as charitable donations for the year ended December 2018 compared to about N10 billion a year earlier.
Champion Breweries Plc, a Nigerian brewer keeps lagging behind in the midst of actual champions, thereby calling its rather powerful name into question.
Access Bank recover N14 billion in bad loans after merger with Diamond Bank
Osaz, a former yahoo boy familiar with the operations of internet fraudsters, explained the sequence of activities to Nairametrics.
Thanks to fintechs, Olumide can now easily access a quick loan whenever he needs one, without having to stake the whole world as collateral
Nigeria received $5.82 billion capital inflows in Q2 2019, down by -31.41%
Though Uber (@Uber) and Bolt (@Boltapp_ng) changed the taxi system in Nigeria, both companies have a pricing method that isn't fit for a country that is prone to traffic congestion like Nigeria.
Whilst shareholders about 42% of them will have to make do with only 4.8% dividend yield, the same cannot be said of Diageo, the parent company with 58% ownership of Guinness
The latest GDP report from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) shows Nigeria’s agricultural sector suffered a major setback as it posted the slowest growth in the last one year (4 consecutive quarters).
The situation in the country is hard, and as the middle-class grows, the number of emigrants from Nigeria increases in tandem.
@Nairametrics' @Ugodre recently had an interview with the Head of Frontier Research at EFG Hermes, Kato Mukuro about the state of the @nsenigeria
How do you explain going from revenue of N11.7 billion per annum to N2.3 billion in 5 years? In fact, try explaining going from a profit of N3.5 billion to an astonishing loss of N10.9 billion. This, unfortunately, has been the story of UPDC Plc.
There is no love lost between operators of football viewing centres and bar owners. The animosity between them has silently been on the rise over the years
Nigeria's GDP slows to 1.94% in Q2 2019, as non-oil sector contracts
Omolara Elemide was recently appointed as the Acting Chief Executive Officer of CAP Plc, the paint manufacturing subsidiary of Nigerian conglomerate, UAC of Nigeria Plc.
Last week, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC, announced plans to raise electricity tariffs across the country, starting next year
Prices of rice, frozen chicken, tomatoes and others jump as border closure bites hard
Ten states in Nigeria have accumulated biggest debt profiles above N100 billion each. Collectively, these highly indebted states owe both external and domestic debt to the tune of N2.74 trillion.
@SimShagaya is one of the few discerning people who have been able to use the opportunities provided by internet technology to become success stories in the Nigerian e-commerce space.
MTN Nigeria added a whopping N1 trillion to its market cap in three months, blowing past Dangote Cement as number 1 stock on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
The struggle continues for 9Mobile as its number of subscribers fell for two years straight since the change of ownership from Etisalat Nigeria in July 2017.
It seems relief is on the way for data subscribers in Nigeria who have continually groaned and complained of frequent data depletion and overpriced data subscriptions often perpetrated by service providers.
The Federal Government of Nigeria has made an unexpected U-turn over the $9 billion (N3.5 trillion) judgment involving Nigeria and British Firm – Process and Industrial Developments Ltd (P&ID).