Passengers on an Abuja-bound Aero Contractors flight on Wednesday blocked their Port Harcourt counterparts from boarding at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos. The NEXT EDITION learnt that trouble started at about 2.pm when the airline announced its Port Harcourt flight. A passenger who spoke to this newspaper said the Aero Contractors Abuja-bound flight was […]
The Governor of the Central Bank Godwin Emefiele will this week launch the ‘clean note policy and banknote fitness guidelines,’ a first step to ridding the system of mutilated currencies currently circulating. A statement by the apex bank’s Deputy Governor, Operations, Folashodun Shonubi and Director, Currency Operations Department, Mrs. Pricilla Eleje on Sunday disclosed the […]
Africans do not want to spend their monies where they would not be appreciated
Nigeria is in a position to provide leadership in Africa’s agribusiness sector given its huge agricultural resources and the drive to revolutionise its subsistence agriculture economy i
The dividend translated to 11k per ordinary share of 50k held by investors at the close of business on April 12, 2019.
Singapore-based food and agriculture Company, Olam International Limited, has offered to buy Dangote Flour Mills Plc for an enterprise value of N130bn. This is part of the company’s West Africa expansion plan. Olam was founded in Nigeria as an exporter of cashew nuts in 1989 but has since grown into a global giant operating in […]
The minister held that compared to the debt profile of countries like Ghana, Brazil, South Africa, Egypt and Angola, Nigeria’s debt was still low.
The AFDB President commended Buhari for his support to the bank, pledging the bank’s continued support to Nigeria in its efforts toward boosting power supply in the country.
The retrieval comes as the world’s biggest smartphone maker met with embarrassment ahead of the foldable device’s U.S. release on April 26, with a handful of technology journalists reporting breaks, bulges and blinking screens after a day’s use.
The World Bank and International Monetary Fund spring meeting, 2019 gives an insight into what should be done to put Nigeria’s economy on the right track.