[Headlines] Nigeria Business News

Spread the love
0
(0)

Punch

UK to train Calabar garment factory workers:
Ahead of its upcoming inauguration in March, the British Government has expressed its readiness to train the needed manpower for the take-off of the Calabar garment factory.

We’ve had enough of imports, says Aisha Buhari:
The wife of the President, Hajiya Aisha Buhari, has remarked that Nigeria has had enough of importation, adding that it is time to look inwards and start producing things locally.

FG allocates N120bn for rail projects:
The Federal Government has set aside N120bn for different railway projects across the country in the 2016 budget proposals, the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, has said.

ThisDay

FG Urged to Expand Sources of Forex Inflow:
The Chief Executive Officer, Cowry Asset Management Limited, Mr. Johnson Chukwu, has advised the federal government to implement policies that would stimulate foreign direct investments (FDI) in the country so as to grow its sources of foreign exchange inflows.

S’African Retailer Exits Nigeria on Import Restrictions:
South African retailer, Truworths has pulled out of its Nigerian business citing import restrictions, its chief executive said on Thursday.

FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange Admits N10bn Guinness Commercial Papers:
FMDQ OTC Securities Exchange on Thursday admitted N7.23 billion and N2.77 billion Guinness Nigeria Plc Commercial Papers (CPs). The CPs represent series 2 and 3, under the company’s N10 billion CP Issuance Programme.

The Nation

Why oil revenue is poor, by Kachikwu:
Minister of State Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu said yesterday that poor governance and weakness in the fiscal administration of the oil sector led to inadequate allocation, mismanagement, ”Dutch disease” and collection of oil and gas revenues for the government.

N500b cash for traders, farmers, artisans coming:
Over two million traders, farmers and artisans will receive N500 billion micro-credit to be managed by the Bank of Industry (BoI). It is tagged: N500 billion Social Protection Programme for 2016.

Budget 2016 not zero-based, says Auditor- General:
The Auditor- General of the Federation (AGF), Samuel Ukura yesterday shocked the Senate when he faulted the assertion that the 2016 budget is zero-based budgeting.

Reuters

Nigeria sets up committee to advise on first sovereign sukuk:
LAGOS (Reuters) – Nigeria has set up a government committee to advise on issuing the country’s first sovereign sukuk, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) said on Thursday, citing the need to explore alternative funding sources.

The post above and its ensuing comments, if any, is purely the opinion of the writer(s). It therefore should never be considered as an investment advise of any sort. If required, readers should please consult a competent professional financial adviser for any investment decision.


BUY 1 MILLION UK US EMAILS AND START RESELLING ON ADVERTIS.I.NG BUY 1 Million UK US EMAILS AND START RESELLING

PRETTY GIRL PHOTO NIGERIAN SINGLES FREE DATING


DROPS.NG DROPS ALL ABOUT CARS TAXIS TRUCKS & MORE
powered by dotifi.com  start an online business free selling domains hosting websites apps advertising business accounting solutions and more CONTACT US NOW NIGERIAS FIRST CAR SEARCH ENGINE BUY SELL CARS ONLINE ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD CALL SMS WHATSAPP 234 806 495 0565 POWERED BY DROPS.NG RINGROAD CAR BOOKING & DOTWAKA.COM SHIPPING & WWW.AIR.I.NG OJO OJO O ! NIGERIAS FIRST SEARCH ENGINE
FOR ADVERT CALL WHATSAPP 234 806 495 0565 !
EMAIL abi@dotifi.com
100% Natural Herbs to Finally End Premature Ejaculation and Weak Erection. Click here .
Latest Jobs in Nigeria (Graduates/Non-graduates). Click Here to Apply .
Facebook Comments Box

How useful was this post?

Click on a star to rate it!

Average rating 0 / 5. Vote count: 0

No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post.

We are sorry that this post was not useful for you!

Let us improve this post!

Tell us how we can improve this post?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.