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UBA Records 13% Earnings Growth and Delivers N111billion Profit

· Gross Earnings Crosses the N0.5 trillion mark · Contributions of Ex-Nigeria operations’ now at 46% · Proposes Final Dividend of N.80 Pan-African financial institution, United...

Coronavirus: Quarantined Nigerians rises to 39 in Ogun, Lagos

The number of persons quarantined in Ogun state in connection with primary or secondary contacts with the Italian Coronavirus patient have reached all time...

COVID-19: Infected Italian has improved, says Lagos Health Commissioner

Agency Reporter The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, says the condition of index case of the COVID-19 patient has further improved,...

Nigerian student who returned from China tests negative to coronavirus

A Nigerian Student, Nanjing Lukou, who arrived the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport , Abuja from China, is reported to have tested negative to the...

U.S. report first coronavirus death

David Knowles President Trump sought to ease rising fears about the coronavirus epidemic on a day when the first U.S. death from COVID-19 was reported...

Explainer: Coronavirus reappears in discharged patients, raising questions in containment fight

David Stanway, Kate Kelland SHANGHAI/LONDON (Reuters) - A growing number of discharged coronavirus patients in China and elsewhere are testing positive after recovering, sometimes weeks...

Coronavirus now poses ‘very high’ risk at global level: WHO

GENEVA (Reuters) - The risk of a global spread and impact of the coronavirus is now “very high”, the highest level of alarm, but...

Coronavirus: Nigerian govt Quarantines 28 patients, Shuts down Lafarge Cement Factory

Lagos February 28 Nigeria has so far quarantined 28 persons in Ogun State who had contact with the 44-year-old Italian infected by the coronavirus...

S&P falls for seventh day, suffers biggest weekly plunge since 2008 crisis

New York (Reuters) - The S&P 500 fell for the seventh straight day on Friday and the benchmark index suffered its biggest weekly drop...

Coronavirus: Investors worried as Nigerian stocks fall to 2 months low with Global shares suffer worst week since financial crisis

Lagos Nigeria, Feb 28 - Nigerian stocks fell 1.63% to their lowest level in two months after the West African country recorded its...
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