The Gambia removes Yahya Jammeh's image from bank notes, The Gambia President Adama Barrow, The Gambia election, The Gambia old currency

The Gambia removes former President’s image from its currency

The Gambia (@Presidency_GMB) has wiped off the portrait of its former President, Yahya Jammeh, from its currency three years after he lost the country's intense general election to Adama Barrow.
Oil revenue, Trouble as crude oil price drops

Oil Prices hit 6-months high, as Trump moves to completely stop Iran’s oil export

Oil prices continued its bullish run as Brent crude futures spiked to a six-month high of $74.36 per barrel in the early hours of today
Vodacom loses Yolanda Cuba to MTN, Financial Technology, Financial inclusion, Fintech companies in Nigeria, Telecoms mobile money service, MTN appoints Vodacom Yolanda Cuba

Vodacom loses Chief Strategist, Yolanda Cuba, to MTN, as Fintech war intensifies

The battle to lead financial technology market among telecommunications companies just got more intense after @Vodacom's big-shot, @Yolandacuba, left the company to join @MTNGroup. Cuba's exit came as a shock, as she's one of the top executives being tipped to takeover Vodacom Africa's top job in coming years.
Naspers

Multinational company, Naspers, appoints first black female CEO

One of Africa's biggest and most valuable companies, Naspers, recently appointed a female Chief Executive Officer, the first in the history of the company.
Nigeria U.S. Donald Trump-oil prices

Trump gives branding advice to Boeing as company struggles with public perception

The President of the United States of America, @realDonaldTrump, has advised American plane manufacturer, @Boeing, on how to overcome the current negative public perception regarding its airplanes.
Royal Dutch Shell Plc

Shell hits $6bn profit for Q1 2019, distributes $3.9bn dividends

Royal Dutch Shell Plc has released its Q1 2019 result. The official earning declaration shows the company made $6 billion profit.
Fraudsters. Yahoo Yahoo

FBI’s clampdown on Nigerian fraudsters is worse than you imagined!

The FBI's latest unraveling of fraud suspects has been adjudged the largest in US history. And the fact that the alleged criminals comprise mostly of Nigerians should really have us all worried.
Old Mutual Limited suspends CEO, Peter Moyo suspended by Old Mutual, Old Mutual Nigeria

Old Mutual suspends CEO with immediate effect, as CEO reacts

@OldMutualLtd, the parent company of @OldMutual_NG, has suspended its Chief Executive Officer, Peter Moyo (@Mtheera) with immediate effect.
Gerald Cotten, Quadriga CX

BOOM: Cryptocurrency holders may lose their $145 million

The death of Gerald Cotten, the Chief Executive Officer of Digital-asset exchange Quadriga CX has left one question unanswered, how do the company's customers recover their combined C$190 million ($145 million)?
Tanzanian-based Zola Electric expands into Nigeria

Tanzanian-based Zola Electric expands into Nigeria

Tanzanian-based renewable energy company, Zola Electric has announced the company is planning on entering the Nigerian market, after its successful growth and expansion in Tanzania, Rwanda, Côte d’Ivoire, and Ghana.
Indian seafarer

The implications of India’s recent ban of its seafarers off Nigeria’s waters

India’s Director-General of Shipping, Capt Anish Joseph, has banned seafarers of Indian origin from working in various coastal states jurisdiction in the Gulf of Guinea.
Boeing CEO addresses new issues on Boeing 737 MaxFAA pilots discovers flaw on Boeing 737 Max plane, Pilots Sue Boeing, 400 Pilot X sue Boeing for 737 Max crash, MCAS, American Airlines, Air Peace, Boeing's MCAS system, Boeing suspends forecast, Boeing miss earnings projection, Boeing first quarter revenue earnings, Ethiopian Airlines B737-Max8 aircraft crash, Air Peace, Allen Onyema, Federal Government, FAA investigation into Boeing, More worries for Boeing as US lawmakers question workers over fatal crashes 

More worries for Boeing as US lawmakers question workers over fatal crashes 

More worries for Boeing as US lawmakers question workers over fatal crashes 
Canada Express Entry

Alert: Nigeria ranks 3rd in Canada Express Entry invitations ratings

Globally, Nigeria has just been ranked as the third country with the highest number of Express Entry invitations to Canada in 2018. According to the yearly report just released by the Canada Government, India is dominant, followed by China and then Nigeria.
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Boeing expected to begin delivery of 737-Max models by H2 2019

Although the full report of the Ethiopian Airlines (@flyethiopian) crash is not expected until next year, there are indications that @Boeing will begin to receive orders and deliver the @Boeing 737-Max models before the end of 2019.
As fears rise over the sustainability of America’s Social Security Fund...

As fears rise over the sustainability of America’s Social Security Fund…

The path to extinction seems to be the route on which the famous Social Security Trust Fund of America is on as at moment.
Shareholders sue Boeing, Ethiopian preliminary findings, Boeing 737-Max model crash, Ethiopian Airlines Insurance

More troubles for Boeing as shareholders sue company over 737-Max crashes

Shareholders of @Boeing are suing the company for "defrauding" when it concealed safety deficiencies in its 737 MAX planes.
Boeing CEO addresses new issues on Boeing 737 MaxFAA pilots discovers flaw on Boeing 737 Max plane, Pilots Sue Boeing, 400 Pilot X sue Boeing for 737 Max crash, MCAS, American Airlines, Air Peace, Boeing's MCAS system, Boeing suspends forecast, Boeing miss earnings projection, Boeing first quarter revenue earnings, Ethiopian Airlines B737-Max8 aircraft crash, Air Peace, Allen Onyema, Federal Government, FAA investigation into Boeing, More worries for Boeing as US lawmakers question workers over fatal crashes 

400 pilots are suing Boeing, but won’t reveal their identities

@Boeing Boeing seems to be recording more lawsuits this year than it has recorded orders for its 737 Max planes. The latest development has seen the company sued by 400 pilots for the Lion Air and Ethiopian Airlines crashes that claimed 346 lives.
Eden Hazard

Real Madrid set to make a fortune from Harzard’s signing

Eden Hazard finally signed with Real Madrid after spending close to 7 years at Chelsea where he won two Premiership titles, two Europa cups, one FA Cup title and a host of awards
AXA Mansard, Liverpool, English Premier League, EPL, Insurance, Sponsorship, Corporate deals, Consolidation

AXA Mansard announces AXA, Liverpool global partnership

French multinational insurance firm, AXA, the parent company of Nigerian insurance firm, AXA Mansard, has signed a global partnership with English Premier League (EPL) club, Liverpool.
MultiChoice, DStv

Naspers divests from MultiChoice

Naspers Limited is spinning off from MultiChoice, as part of a plan to refocus its business model as a global tech firm.
Canada invites fresh 3,600 Express Entry Candidates in latest draw , Canada invites 3,600 fresh Express entry for Canadian Permanent Residency 

Canada invites fresh 3,600 Express Entry Candidates to apply for permanent residence

The Canadian Government has again invited 3,600 Express Entry candidates to apply for Canadian Permanent Residence (PR) in a new draw held on 4th of September 2019. This is contained in...
Huawei, United States, Legal action, Texas, Meng Wanzhou

Huawei accuses the United States of hacking

The confrontation between Chinese leading technology company, Huawei and the United States has nowhere reached its end, as Huawei, today, announced the company has filed a lawsuit against the US government.

Richard Branson teaches best ways to become a good business leader

According to Richard Branson, the most important thing to do when running a company is to always bear in mind that a company is made up of a  group of people.
Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries OPEC's cuts

Libya’s output could destabilise OPEC’s cuts and affect crude prices

The El Sharara Oil Field in Libya has recommenced operation after a three-month siege by militants shut down operations.
Saudi Aramco

Oil prices spike after Saudi Aramco facilities suffer drone attack

The facilities of Saudi Aramco suffered setback early Tuesday morning after explosive-laden drones attacked two pumping stations belonging to the state-owned oil company.
London Stock Exchange- Ecobank Transnatonal

Ecobank celebrates successful issuance of $500 million Eurobond on the LSE

The London Stock Exchange (@LSEGplc) played host to @GroupEcobank today, June 7, 2019, after a successful listing of the Eurobond on the LSE's main market.
U.S-China Trade War

US-China Trade War: Implications for Nigeria as its Asian romance lingers

Recently, the world has witnessed major events ranging from populism, the Brexit process, and of course the escalating US-China Trade War.
French Government addresses the danger of Facebook’s Libra

French Government addresses the danger of Facebook’s Cryptocurrency

Since Facebook’s cryptocurrency, Libra was announced about three months ago, it has faced a lot of distrust from several governments, bankers, politicians and regulators.
Nigerian National Petroleum Commission, Liquefied Petroleum Gas

NNPC and Aiteo deny NTCL pipeline suffered explosion

The Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has refuted claims of a pipeline explosion in the Nembe community in Bayelsa state. The corporation said they have...
World Bank, Focus on lifting people out of poverty - World Bank tells FG , World Bank, IFC to assist in solving Nigeria’s infrastructure deficit , EXCLUSIVE: World Bank tasks developing nations to tap opportunities in GVCs

Focus on lifting people out of poverty – World Bank tells FG 

Focus on lifting people out of poverty - World Bank tells FG