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...
JPMorgan Chase & Co, Malabu Oil, Dan Etete, Oil scandal, ENI, Shell

JP Morgan responds to FG’s Malabu court case

The Federal Government's suit against JPMorgan Chase & Co has been described as a claim with no real prospect of success by Rosalind Phelps, a lawyer for the American multinational investment bank.
US economy, US Government Shutdown

United States loses $11 billion to shutdown

The five-week partial shutdown of the United States government has cost the North-American country $11 billion, a report by the country's Congressional Budget Office disclosed on Monday.
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.

Applications for Canadian Permanent Residency hit 35,100 in 5-months

The total number of Invitations to Apply (ITAs) issued so far to Express Entry Candidates who applied for the Canadian Permanent Residency in 2019 has hit 35,100.
Maureen Mba, Afreximbank, Egypt, Orascom Investment, Compliance department, Investment

Maureen Uba appointed director of compliance at AFREXIM

A Nigerian will head the compliance department of African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) after the Pan-African Multilateral Financial institution decided to upgrade its compliance function to a full department.

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.

ENI’s MD is furious after being linked to Nigerian fraud case

Claudio Descalzi, the Chief Executive Officer of the embattled Italian energy firm, ENI S.p.A, has instituted legal action against Piero Amara, the company's former legal adviser whose recent testimony allegedly defamed the CEO.

Canada resumes bi-weekly draws, invites 6,700 PR candidates in one month

The Canada government has resumed the bi-weekly Canadian Permanent Residency draws, as it invited 6,700 candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence in just one month. 
Uber to ban low rated passengers from its services Kate Parker writes on Uber blog

As Uber plans to ban low-rated passengers, here’s how to avoid that

@Uber now believes that the customers are not always right. In line with this, the car hailing company plans to ban disrespectful riders. Click link for details...
Real Madrid leapfrogs others to emerge the world's most valuable football club

Real Madrid leapfrogs others to emerge the world’s most valuable football club

Despite the fact that both clubs displayed lackluster performances during the 2018/19 Champions League football competition, Real Madrid and Manchester United are still the two most valuable football clubs in the world.
Andre Iguodala joins Jumia board of directors

Popular NBA star Andre Iguodala joins Jumia’s board of directors

American basketball star, Andre Iguodala, has been announced as the newest members of Jumia's Board of Directors.
Norwegian Air, Boeing 737 Max 8

More troubles for Boeing as Norwegian Air demands compensation for grounded flights

Norwegian Air is demanding compensation for the grounding its 737 Max 8 jets.
Canada Express Entry

Canada invited 3,350 Express Entry Candidates to apply for PR in its April draw

Canada invited 3,350 Express Entry candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residency (PR) in a new draw held on April 17. This is contained in the country's recently released monthly newsletter.
LinkedIn's newest feature could help you scale through your next job interview

LinkedIn’s newest feature could help you scale through your next job interview

Professional networking site, LinkedIn, recently added a feature on their app which enables individuals to practice for their interviews right on the site.
Uber lay off employees, Uber cut operation cost, Uber drivers protest, Uber shares, Uber list on New York Stock Exchange, Uber first day of trading on NYSE, Uber, Ride-hailing companies in Nigeria

Rough road ahead as Uber’s disappointing IPO drags Lyft’s shares down

The @Uber initial public offering debuted below expectation after shares opened for trading at $42 apiece at @NYSE, down from $45 per share on listing day.
Avengers: Endgame

Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame beats Titanic’s $2.12bn box office record

In just a few weeks following its release, Marvel's highly-acclaimed  film, Avengers: Endgame, is said to have surpassed the 21-year-old record set by Titanic which...
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Boeing’s aim to beat rival, Airbus, led to Boeing 737 Max 8 crashes

Engineers were pushed to submit technical drawings and designs at roughly double the normal pace. Consequently, a production that was slated for six years was built months later.
YouTube Boycott

Companies are pulling their ads from YouTube in a boycott

Companies are boycotting YouTube again after evidence shows that the video streaming site is facilitating the activities of a paedophiles.
Crude Oil Prices

Oil Prices slide as China posts slowest growth in 27-years

Oil prices slide on Monday after China's economy recorded the slowest quarterly growth in almost three decades. Earlier on Monday, it was revealed that China's economy grew 6.2% for the second half of 2019, but inches down by 0.2% when compared to 6.4% ..
Australian dollar, Spelling error on Australian dollar, Reserve Bank of Australia

Spelling error adds 2.3bn worth of Australian dollars to history book

Australia has joined the league of countries with currency blunders after it was discovered that millions of currency notes printed by the country's central bank, Reserve Bank of Australia (@RBAInfo), carried a typographical error.
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
IMF raises Nigeria’s growth forecast, Globat trade tension, US-China trade war, International Monetary Fund IMF, IMF advises Nigeria to keep inflation down, International Monetary Fund, Godwin Emefiele, Nigeria's External Reserves and Sovereign Wealth Fund: Why IMF can't be ignored

Nigeria’s growth forecast has been raised by the IMF

Nigeria's economic growth for 2019 was on Tuesday revised by the International Monetary Fund (@IMFNews). The global monetary cooperation raised Nigeria's growth forecast by 0.3 percent.
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.
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.
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.
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)?
Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries OPEC's cuts

America’s Trump is once again ‘messing’ with crude prices

Donald Trump called on OPEC to lower oil prices because the world cannot handle a hike.
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.
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


Ministerial list

President Buhari assigns portfolios to all 43 ministers [Full-List]

President Muhammadu Buhari has finally assigned portfolios to all the forty three (43) ministers. 
Toyota SUV landcruiser

Toyota to cancel Land Cruiser, opens ancillary auto centre in Abia 

By 2022, Nigerians and other users of Toyota’s Land Cruiser will no longer be able to purchase the Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) following the decision of the carmaker to stop producing it.

Tax Defaulters: FIRS names Coldstone, Payporte, Davido, amongst others

The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), has published a list of different bank accounts it placed under lien for owing taxes.