Timeline of every action announced since the outbreak hit Nigeria.
Covid-19 pandemic, high cost of transportation, and scarcity have triggered a significant price increase of major household items across Lagos Markets.
About 30 firms were fined for unauthorised publications, non-disclosure of material information, failure to file their financial statements by the due date.
Nigeria lacks accountability, transparency, and responsibility to refund its loans, according to Dr Bongo Adi, the Director of Centre for Infrastructure Policy Regulation and Advancement (CIPRA)...
Nigerians spent N40.20 trillion as household consumption expenditure in 2019.
The Nigerian cinema industry has experienced a gradual dip in revenue since the onset of the Coronavirus in January 2020.
Nairametrics Research Team learnt that despite the ban on the importation of foreign-made rice, some Nigerian traders are still importing foreign rice into the country.
The prices of major household food items witnessed significant increase within the last two weeks, resulting in low patronage for many traders in various markets.
Google Nigeria has announced a partnership with Digital payments company, Flutterwave for the training of 5,000 merchants across the country.
The volume and value of PoS transactions grew 46.7% y/y and 40.6% y/y to 41.3 million transactions and N313.4 billion respectively in Jan 2020.