The most important presidential election in Africa in 2019 is finally about to happen. And as expected, many people are agitated.
At the just concluded Ease of Doing Business Forum in Lagos, which was attended by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Industry, Trade, and...
There has been a back and forth discussion between the Federal Government and the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) on the current minimum wage of N18,000. The unending negotiation has been about wage increment, which will see the workers receive N30,000 month end.
It is my utmost pleasure to rejoice with all Nigerians as we enter the year 2019, which will be a very significant one for our country.
President Muhammadu Buhari has presented an N8.8trn budget for 2019. According to the President, who gave the figure during the 2019 budget presentation before a joint session of the National Assembly,
The Nigerian Bureau of Statistics, NBS, has finally released the much anticipated unemployment report in the country, with the number of unemployed Nigerians at 20,927,648.
The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has released the Selected Banking Sector Data for Q3 2018.
Nigerian Bank’s total lending to the private sector from Q1 2018 to Q3 2018 stood at N46.4 trillion as at September.
President Muhamadu Buhari who is also the Presidential candidate of the APC has unveiled his manifesto.
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FG has generated a total of N1.16 billion through the rail system of transportation in H1 2018.
The Federation Account Allocation Committee (FAAC) has shared the sum of 698.71billion to Federal Government, State Governments and Local Governments as September allocation
CEO of Renaissance Capital Nigeria, Temi Popoola stated the country's capital market after 2019 polls.
Nigerians have expressed their belief that they expect inflation and unemployment rates to rise in the next 12 months.
Nigerian Economic Summit is a platform dedicated to stirring up conversations that will position Nigeria on the right path to economic development.
IMF has brought down its 2018 economic growth projection for Nigeria to 1.9%.
Crude oil prices have declined, currently trading below $80 per barrel.