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MPC keeps interest rate unchanged at 14%

Nigeria’s Monetary Policy Committee has left key interest rates unchanged at 14%.  The cash reserve requirement

Customer address verification software unveiled

A Nigerian technology service provider has developed a multi-bank Customer Address Verification (CAV)

CBN introduces Competency framework process to improve standards

The central bank of Nigeria has appointed the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria as the sole accreditation

Lagos holds seminar to encourage tree planting

Lagos state government has identified tree planting as the cheapest means of combating the negative effects of

Naira appreciates as CBN targets convergence

As the Monetary Policy Committee of the Central Bank of Nigeria gets underway in Abuja, the Naira continued its strong run

Ramadan: Tambuwal cautions traders against food price hike

As the month of Ramadan approaches, Sokoto state governor Aminu Tambuwal has appealed to traders to jettison any idea

NERC grants power GENCOs right to directly sell electricity

Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission says Electricity generating companies in the country are free to generate and sell electricity

Business registration : CAC phases out hard copy applications

The Corporate Affairs Commission is phasing out hard copy applications for business registration.

Gas supply from Nigeria to Ghana, others drops

The West African gas pipeline has yet to recover from the impact of militant attacks on oil and gas facilities in the

Lagos State Govt. pulls down illegal structures at Oko Oba Abbatoir

The Lagos state government has rolled  bulldozers into the Oko-Oba abattoir in Agege area of the state to pull

CBN seeks rates convergence as MPC meets

TVC N. Today’s Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)-led Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting will push for

Foodstuff dealers, traders lament hike in price

Nigerians are reacting to the new consumer price index that has declined by 0.02 percent. Traders say they are yet to

Bank Customers to pay $4.6m monthly as card maintenance charges

Bank customers in Nigeria will now pay not less than N1.462 billion about $4.6 million to banks as card maintenance