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Nigerian British firm, Bail-Out Fund: FG deducts N122 billion from states’ account in 7-months [Full-List] , JUST IN: Buhari submits 2020 MTEF to Senate , FG to intervene in tech operation as lockdown causes chaos in tech market

FG sets committee to support tech start-ups with affordable internet access amid lockdown

Federal Government has set up a committee to select some tech start-ups that could partake in essential services during lockdown across major cities in the country.
How your stocks performed last week, Bears rule at the stock market, lose N174.37 billion on Wednesday , Nigerian bourse up 0.54% as Investors gain N63 billionBears dominate Nigerian bourse Index down 0.94%, trading volume remains low,Bears dominate Nigeria bourse trading session, ASI down 2.02%, Bulls lift Nigerian bourse, Index up 1.24%, Investors gain N133 billion

Bulls lift Nigerian bourse, investors gain N133 billion

The Nigerian bourse ended Tuesday’s trading session in the green, halting its previous losses as the All Share Index improved by 1.24%
Coronavirus outbreak: WhatsApp cuts number of contact users to receive forwarded messages

COVID-19: WhatsApp plans to slash forwarded messages beyond 25%

WhatsApp has again reduced the number of contacts that can receive forwarded messages at a time, to curb the sharing of negative information on Coronavirus. 
Nigerian President, COVID-19: Nigeria needs $50 billion to survive an impending recession,FG will not ask for debt relief for Eurobond, to seek debt deferral from china

FG to go ahead with Eurobond payment, seeks debt relief from china, multilateral agencies

FG has announced its intention to seek debt relief from China rather than ask for suspension of interest payments from its Eurobond holders. 
SBM Jollof Index

SBM Jollof Index reveals how Covid-19 has forced food items to skyrocket

The SBM Jollof Index for Q1 2020, which was recently released, has shown that Nigerians are spending more on food items amid the Coronavirus lockdown.