The federal government is worried over the criticisms that trailed some of its anti-corruption and asset recoveries, insisting most of the backlash are driven by selfish interest.
Speaking particularly on attacks that followed the issuance of the Presidential Executive Order No. 6 [...]
The Accountant General of the Federation, Ahmed Idris, has stressed the need for continued automation and management of non-oil revenue, stressing that this is critical towards increasing revenue generation and economic growth of the country.
According to him, diversification of the economy awa [...]
An additional 3,180,525 active telephone lines were recorded in the country’s phone subscribers’ data in October 2018 alone.
The latest Subscriber/Operator Data published by the Nigerian Communications Commission, NCC, shows that active telephone lines in Nigeria increased from 162, [...]
The Federation Account Allocation Committee, FAAC, distributed a total of N788.139 billion to the three tiers of government as revenue for October 2018.
According to the committee, the total distributable revenue of N788.139 billion was made up of statutory distributable revenue of N682.161 bil [...]
Not less than 453 people were said to have lost their lives to power accidents and electrocutions across Nigeria between 2015 and October 2018.
Speaking at the Power Safety Summit, PSS, in Abuja the Managing Director of Nigerian Electricity Management Services Agency, NEMSA, Engr. Peter Ewesor, [...]
The Nigerian Senate said it is commitment to accelerate the amendment of the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation, NDIC, Act, 2006.
The Chairman of the Senate Committee on Banking, Insurance and Other Financial Institutions, Sen. Rafiu Adebayo, made this known recently when he led his team on [...]
Consumer spending across Africa is expected to rise from the $1.4trillion recorded in 2015, to about $2.1trillion by the year 2025 owing to its steady population growth.
The Consumer Protection Council, CPC, said the spending will also be driven by key factors such as a young and growing popula [...]
The Standards Organization of Nigeria, SON, has introduced new sets of standards to improve the quality of human resources and also ensure the sanctity of recruitment processes in the country.
Director General of the organization, Osita Aboloma, while unveiling the four sets of standards in Abu [...]
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