The Nigeria Customs Services (NCS) has finally moved to unseal the premises of the auto dealers that was shut about two months ago.
Despite the negative reactions trailing the passage of the Finance Bill, the National Assembly is bent on holding a joint public hearing on the bill.
A whooping sum of $430 million has been secured by Abia State Governor for the development of the first phase of Enyimba Economic City (EEC)
Latest data released by NBS showed that importation of petrol declined by 11% to 1.46 billion litres in September from 1.64 billion litres in August.
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.
The Federal Government has set aside the sum of $1.6 billion for the development of two seaports in the South- South to help decongest the Lagos Ports.
ALTON has called on FG to address the issue of multiple taxes which it described as irrelevant, as it stifles economic growth.
Nigeria has partnered with the IOM through NIS to launch a new MIDAS at the Abuja International Airport.
NEMA has disclosed that to tackle and address the various disasters across the county, it would need nearly N3 trillion.
Some experts have raised alarm over rising inflation as a result of the closure of Nigeria's land borders.
The International Energy Agency has projected that members of OPEC and all the other OPEC+ countries, will face very stiff competition in 2020.
The NBS, in its latest Petroleum Product Import and consumption report, disclosed that the importation of PMS reduced by 11%.
Telcos said that the allegation contained in the statement released by Minister Pantami was untrue as the telcos were not forcing voicemail (VM) services on subscribers.
In a bid to revive the steel sector and encourage the local steel manufacturing industry, FG is considering the total ban on steel importation.
The President of Afreximbank, Prof. Benedict Oramah has urged Nigerians and other African countries to take advantage of AfCFTA.
Alibaba Group’s Co-founder and former Executive Chairman, Jack Ma, made a surprise visit to Nigeria today.
The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Col Hameed Ali, has called on FG to return import tax on petroleum products.
Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Zainab Ahmed has said that most of the bad roads in Nigeria belong to the states.
In a bid to generate more revenue in the mining sector in the country, the Federal Government has set up a 14-member committee.
Ocean Infrastructure Management and Franchise and Business Solutions Limited will meet with Governor Akeredolu on the Ondo deep seaport project.
The Federal Capital Territory Administration has banned operators of tricycles from plying major roads across the Nigerian capital city.
The Nigerian Senate has concluded on the time the 2020 Budget will be passed, as all the committees are through with their defence sessions.
President Muhammadu Buhari appended his signature to a bill that amended the country’s Deep Offshore (and Inland Basin Production Sharing Contract) Act.
Countries within ECOWAS sub-region have started dumping and rejecting Nigerian goods as a form of retaliation against the border closure.
President Muhammadu Buhari disclosed that he had signed the Deep Offshore and Inland Basin PSC Amendment Bill into law.
The effects of the ban on delivery of products to petrol stations situated along the country’s border towns are beginning to manifest.
The Nigerian Senate summoned the GMD of the NNPC, Mele Kyari to appear before its Committee on Petroleum Resources.