Later this week, NEITI will launch a register that will detail the full information of owners of oil and gas companies in the country.
Nigerian banks experienced the largest drop in contract staff employment since 2015. This is according to the latest banking sector report of the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
These companies could soon be delisted from the Nigerian Stock Exchange
The management of British Virgin Island firm, Process and Industrial Development (P&ID) will again have to defend the company in court in the United Kingdom as Nigeria...
The economy of ECOWAS grew by 3.1% as at the end of the second quarter of 2019 and it’s expected to hit 3.3% by the end of the year.
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.
The rise in electricity tariffs in Nigeria is inevitable as the FG has introduced “Willing Seller, Willing Buyer”.
Businesses in Nigeria are now more than ever exposed to payment of taxes, according to provisions of the Finance Bill currently being debated.
The CBN confirmed the external reserves stood at $39.8 billion, the first time it has dropped below $40 billion in almost two years.
Merchants in some of Nigeria’s largest retail outlets have started including the N50 stamp duty in their POS machines automatically.
United States Court has issued a warrant of arrest against Chairman, Air Peace Limited, Allen Onyema over alleged money laundering and bank fraud.
The United States’ Attorney’s Office has charged the Founder and Chairman, Air Peace Nigeria (@flyairpeace), Allen Onyema, with bank fraud and money laundering.
Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 2.28% in real terms, in the third quarter (Q3) of 2019, up from 1.81% growth recorded in...
The CBN has disclosed the complaints received from customers about incomprehensible charges between July and December 2018 in Nigeria, hit 1,612.
Nigerian Breweries (NB) announced a 1.0% y/y decline in Net Revenue to N235.7 billion in 9M 2019 from N238.1 billion in 9M 2018.
GTB, Access Bank, Standard Chartered and First Bank Holding are scrambling over one another to ensure that full gender equity in Nigeria is effected,
The data also reveals states in the Western parts of Nigeria have been hit hardest by the border closure recording the highest rise in food inflation for the month.
Nigeria’s inflation increased to 11.61% in October 2019. According to the NBS report, inflation rose by 0.37% points, higher than the 11.24% recorded in September and 11.02% for August 2019.
Halima Aliko Dangote has been named the new Group Executive Director, Commercial Operations of Dangote Industries Limited.
Visa is thought to be paying $200 million, valuing Interswitch at about N1 trillion. Helios bought 52 percent of Interswitch for $96 million in Dec. 2010.
China’s economic exploits across Africa have continued to fascinate observers.
Bamidele Ayemibo, a trade finance expert, has thrown more light on why Nigerians need to support Buhari’s decision to close Nigeria’s borders.
Nigeria’s top brewers are considering increasing the prices of their products in a bid to survive.
Nigeria lost $41.9 billion to crude oil and refined products theft between 2009 and 2019, a report obtained by Nairametrics disclosed.