Global stock markets were bullish this week as a great amount of stimulus measures from around the globe had brought about a modicum of stability.
The Lagos State Government disclosed on Friday that there would be a dusk-to-dawn curfew in the state, starting from Sunday.
The NPA and the NCDC have come to an agreement over the six coronavirus cases reportedly found in a vessel.
Domestic airlines have offered their support towards helping the FG with essential flight services as it combats the coronavirus pandemic in the country.
The Minister for Finance, Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed, has warned that Nigeria might go into another round of recession.
Over 50 residential, school, church buildings were destroyed by an explosion suspected to be bomb blast in Akure, about a kilometer away from the airport in the Ondo State capital, early on Saturday morning.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and its partners in the oil and gas sector is set to donate the sum of N11 billion to curb the coronavirus pandemic and reduce its effects on the Nigerian economy.
Nigerian local bourse closed the day positive as the All Share Index firm up further by +0.48 % to close at 21,861.78 points.
Warren Buffett bought $5 billion investment in the Bank of America which expanded to $12 billion in 2017, gaining a whopping $7 billion.