Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Bank Of Industry, Export-Import Bank Of China Sign MoU On $500m...

The Bank of Industry (BOI), Nigeria’s leading Development Finance Institution (DFI), and the Export-Import Bank of China (CEXIM) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding...

FG mulls over 5-year pre-retirement training for civil servants

The Federal Government says it will start a five-year training for intending retirees in the civil service on various businesses which they can engage...

FEC sets up panel to investigate tremor in Abuja

The Federal Executive Council meeting chaired by President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday set up a ministerial committee to investigate the tremor witnessed in some...

FG, states, LGs share N2tn in three months

* Says revenues in Q2 2018 was the highest since Q3 2014 Within the first half of this year, the federal, state and local governments...

FG appoints Adigwe as NIPRID boss

The Federal Government has appointed Dr Obi Peter Adigwe as the Director General of the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Research and Development (NIPRD). A statement...

MTN Fines: CBN deducts N5.61bn from accounts of three banks

The Central Bank of Nigeria has debited the accounts of three banks to the tune of N5.61bn, being the total amount of fines it...

FEC approves N6.07trn for five-year national health plan

The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved a new five-year National Health Strategic Plan 2, which is to gulp the sum of N6.07trn. The meeting...

Industry In Panic Mode As NAICOM Takes ‘Unilateral Decision’ On TBMSC

The sudden change in the transition timetable of the Tier-Based Minimum Solvency Capital (TBMSC) regime to October 1, 2018, by the National Insurance Commission...

Buhari appoints new management for security printing company

President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the appointment of Abbas Umar Masanawa as managing director of the Nigeria Security Printing And Minting Company, (NSPMC). The president...

Volkswagen Signs MoU To Make #Nigeria Automotive Hub In West Africa

German Automobile manufacturer, Volkswagen, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Nigeria to turn the country into the “automotive hub” of West Africa. The...

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