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    Stop Rates Stay Flat for Most Maturities Offered…

    In the just concluded week, CBN sold more T-bills (worth N179.26 billion) than the matured T-bills worth N91.28 billion in the primary market with...

    Naira Depreciates at the Investors & Exporters and Bureau De Change Window…

    In the just concluded week, Naira weakened against the USD at the Investors & Exporters and Bureau De Change window by 0.01% and 0.40% to...

    Dangote $2 billion urea fertilizer Plant pushes out 120 trucks everyday

    … Excites marketers, farmers in North After months of speculations, Dangote Urea fertilizer is now finally on sales nationwide and it currently pushes out a...

    Sahara Foundation unveils STRP to combat climate change, boost employment

    Sahara Foundation, the corporate citizenship vehicle of energy conglomerate, Sahara Group, has launched its inaugural Sahara Regenerator Technical Program (STRP) to promote capacity building...

    Nigeria’s Internet, Voice Subscriptions Slumped in 2021 First Quarter

    Active users of telecommunications services in Nigeria decreased by 5.96 per cent in the first quarter of the year 2021, the National Bureau of Statistics has...

    Elders from Ohaji/Egbema, Oguta, Oru East pass vote of confidence on Uzodimma

    ELDERS from Ohaji/Egbema, Oguta and Oru East have risen from a critical meeting in Owerri and passed a vote of confidence on Governor Hope...

    Uzodimma to set up Commission of Inquiry on killings over insecurity in Imo

    Governor Hope Uzodimma has pledged to probe the circumstances surrounding the death of some people in Imo during the period the state was gripped...

    President Buhari vows to fight militant groups and fix economy as activists call for anti-government protests

    Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari acknowledged Saturday the increased violence by armed groups in the northeast of the country and vowed to "soon bring some...

    Nigeria’s Twitter ban has a lesson for big tech

    Nigeria’s Twitter ban removes 40 million users Last week, Twitter found itself on the wrong side of the Nigerian government when it deleted a tweet...

    New York Met agrees to return three pieces of art stolen from Nigeria

    The artwork was taken from Nigeria during the colonial period by the British army

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