Nigeria lacks accountability, transparency, and responsibility to refund its loans, according to Dr Bongo Adi, the Director of Centre for Infrastructure Policy Regulation and Advancement (CIPRA)...
Nigerians spent N40.20 trillion as household consumption expenditure in 2019.
Economies are opening up, however, the recovery is gradual and will take some time for oil prices to hit pre-COVID-19 levels.
Nigerian Banks increased their contributions towards the AMCON sinking Fund to about N167 billion in 2019 compared to about N154,9 billion a year earlier.
With the pandemic on our tails, one of the lessons many businesses and individuals have learnt is that certain things are more important than others.
Appendix I. Letter of Intent April 21, 2020 Ms. Kristalina Georgieva Managing Director International Monetary Fund (IMF) Washington, D.C. 20431 Dear Ms. Georgieva, 1. The global...
The Nigerian cinema industry has experienced a gradual dip in revenue since the onset of the Coronavirus in January 2020.
Nairametrics Research Team learnt that despite the ban on the importation of foreign-made rice, some Nigerian traders are still importing foreign rice into the country.
On Thursday, Unilever Nigeria Plc published its unaudited FY 2019 results, announcing a disappointing 34.0% y/y slump in revenue.
The Presidency yesterday announced a reduction in the price of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) to N125 from the current price of N145.