Nigeria has relaxed its lockdown measures even as bussinesses in the country have reopened. But are workers still at home?
The report estimates that Nigeria’s economy would likely contract by 3.2% in 2020.
The Governor of Abia state has gone into isolation after he tested positive to COVID-19 He directed the state’s deputy governor to act on his behalf.
"Therefore, the deadline for submission has been extended by three months. For the avoidance of doubt, all Other Financial Institutions are required to submit the 2019...
Africa is the world’s last frontier in the fight against extreme poverty where one in three Africans−422 million people−live below the global poverty line.
In times of economic uncertainty, gold is touted as a safe haven for those who are wary of volatile investments such as stocks, as it is...
Flair Aviation, a UK company, was given approval for humanitarian operations but regrettably, we caught them conducting commercial flights.
"The group will continue to focus on business continuity and efficiency, and we have implemented strict measures to preserve resources and strengthen our resilience.”
They have enlisted the help of CEOs, billionaires, and even celebrities to speak to Nigerians in the language they understand and get them to accept that...
Covid-19 impact on Nigerian businesses can be classified into 3 major channels and they are the supply channel, the demand channel and the financial channel.