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Petroleum Industry Bill to be passed by mid-2020, says Sylva, FG discovers crude oil in north, says there’s more , OPEC, non-OPEC countries to meet as Saudi, Russia price war affects Nigeria’s budget, FG considers fuel price reduction

FG ready for OPEC talks, as brent crude risk plunging to single digit low

The Federal Government has expressed its readiness for talks with other Organization of Petroleum Exporting Country (OPEC) member states
Coronavirus pits Skype against Zoom as videoconferencing takes centre stage

Coronavirus pits Skype against Zoom, as videoconferencing takes centre stage

Video-conferencing apps are currently experiencing a surge in demand, amidst the Coronavirus pandemic which has forced many companies to resort to remote working.
Multi-millionaire actress, Funke Akindele and husband punished for breaking lockdown rules

COVID-19: Lagos punishes actress Funke Akindele, husband for breaking lockdown rules

Funke Akindele and her husband Abdulrasheed Bello have both been sentenced to 14 days of community service and required to pay fines
Female entrepreneurs get N26 billion BOI loans , BOI donates N700 million to aid fight against coronavirus

BOI donates N700 million to aid fight against coronavirus

The Bank of Industry (BOI) has donated a total of N700 million in relief funding towards supporting the fight against the coronavirus pandemic in Nigeria.
Lafarge Africa provides grant for startups, Lafarge Africa’s latest earnings report reveals 8.5% decline in gross profit , Lafarge Africa gets new CFO one month after resignation of former finance director, Lafarge Plc reveals why it invited Italian man with Coronavirus to Nigeria, Lafarage Africa group Plc posts a revenue of N213 billion in 2019, profit up N17 billion

Lafarage Africa Plc posts N213 billion revenue, profit up by N17 billion in 2019

Lafarge Africa Group Plc has announced its 2019 financial report, as it posted a profit before minimum tax of N17.2 billion in 2019, compared to a loss before minimum tax of N1.5 billion in 2018.