How oil marketers ‘cheat’ Nigerians by N198,500 per truck of petrol...

The Director, Weights and Measures Department in the Federal Ministry of Industry, Trade and Investment, Mohammed Sidi, has disclosed that petroleum dealers have been...

CBN bans forex for textile importers as Emefiele speaks on ‘being...

The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, on Tuesday directed commercial banks and bureaux de change, BDC, operators to stop sale of foreign exchange, forex,...

Aliko Dangote jumps to 64th richest in the world

The president of Dangote Group, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, is now 64th richest person in the world, with an estimated worth of $16.6 billion, as...

Zenith Bank dragged to CBN over alleged disappearance of $64.1 million

By Akanimo Sampson An alleged disappearance of over $64 million from the vaults of the Zenith Bank has landed the multinational financial services provider in...

Buhari vs Atiku: NSE sheds N85bn six hours after presidential poll...

The market capitalisation of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, lost N85 billion in what traders have attributed to profit taking in reaction to the...

Elections: Buhari decries dollars flooding Nigeria as EFCC alerts of fake...

President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed astonishment at the huge amount of foreign currency “millions of United States dollars” flooding the country for the purpose...

Presidency lists 10 facts to show Buhari has improved Nigeria’s economy

​The Presidency has insisted that administration of President Muhammadu Buhari has put the put the economy of Nigeria’s economy on "firm and solid footing",...

Presidency explains why some countries reject Nigeria’s exports

The Presidency on Sunday explained that trade politics amongst nations was one of the reasons why some of Nigeria’s exports were facing challenges in...

How global food prices spiked in January – Report

By Akanimo Sampson Going by a report by the Food and Agriculture Organisation, FAO, an agency of the United Nations, global food prices began the...

Better days for Africa’s small farmers as FAO, group seal deal

By Akanimo Sampson Better and rosy years lie ahead for neglected small-scale farmers in Africa as the Food and Agriculture Organisation, FAO, an agency of...