The Minister of Budget and National Planning, Sen. Udo Udoma, has assured that the 2017 national budget will soon be presented to the lawmakers for approval, as the document is in its last stage of preparation.
Reacting to the perceived setback in the budgeting process as expressed by some Nige [...]
Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, has said the Buhari administration is convinced that its huge investments in infrastructure would translate into economic growth for the country, as there is always a positive relationship between infrastructure and growth in any economy.
Speaking at the African Dev [...]
The federal government has said its national economic recovery plan for the next three years, would among other things, guide the country’s economic management and budgeting process over the short to medium-term.
Minister of State for Budget and National Planning, Hajia Zainab Ahmed, who a [...]
The Debt Management Office, DMO, have said the repayment arrangement for the $29.9billion external loan proposed by President Muhammadu Buhari is more convenient compared to previous loans.
Director General of the debt office, Dr. Abraham Nwankwo, while providing clarifications on the latest for [...]
Approximately N100billion was generated in the country’s Contributory Pension Scheme, CPS, in a single quarter, thereby increasing its total assets to N5.9trillion as at the end of September 2016.
The latest figure disclosed by the National Pension Commission is an increase over the N5.8tr [...]
The National Assembly has asked for detailed breakdowns of all revenue generated by agencies of government in 2016, to enable them assess budget performance in the year.
Chairman of the Senate Committee on Finance, Sen. John Enoh, last week, directed the Accountant-General of the Federatio [...]
The chairman, Kwara State Internal Revenue Service, KWIRS, Dr. Muritala Awodun, has said that Nigeria will be great if current tax policy in Nigeria is review to ensure more tax revenue is derived from wealthy individuals and corporate organizations to fund development projects and infrastructures.
Some telecommunication operators in the country said they stayed away from the recent auction for spectrum license, to protest what they believe was pre-arranged to allow big operators win the license.
The Nigeria Communications Commission, NCC, had in June this year, announced MTN Nigeria as th [...]
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