The federal government has concluded arrangement for a national programme for Infrastructure Companies, InfraCos, to increase broadband penetration in the country starting later in the year.
The four year intervention seeks to increase broadband penetration across all geopolitical zones of the [...]
At least 36percent of the privatisation deals handled by the federal government have not lived up to expectations the Bureau of Public Enterprises, BPE, has revealed.
Director General of the Bureau Mr. Alex Okoh, made the assertion at the end of ‘Anti-Corruption and Bribery’ worksho [...]
The National Pension Commission, PenCom, said it fined defaulting employers a total of N129.32million between April and June this year, as penalties for failing to contribute into the scheme.
The fine is part of the N465.02million outstanding pension contributions recovered from defaulting empl [...]
The African Development Bank has approved the Africa Disaster Risks Financing Programme, ADRiFi, to boost resilience and response to climate shocks in member countries.
AfDB in a press statement believes that the comprehensive climate risk management programme open to regional member countries, [...]
The Central Bank of Nigeria has limited the number of family members that can be admitted into the board of Bureaux De Change, BDC, operating in the country.
In a new code of corporate governance rules for BDCs, the apex bank stipulates that with effect from December 1, 2018, only a maximum of [...]
A total of N648.710 billion has been distributed between the Federal, States and Local Government Councils as Federal Allocation for the month of September, 2018.
The amount, shared at the FAAC meeting presided over by the Minister of Finance, Mrs Zainab Ahmed, represents a decline of N43.13bn [...]
The federal government said it is has concluded arrangement to introduce a performance audit of the Treasury Single Account, to help government assess the management of the account
The Auditor-General for the Federation, Anthony Ayine, said the audit will among other things, seek to determine t [...]
The Central Bank of Nigeria has increased the minimum capital requirement for microfinance banks in the country, with national microfinance banks required to have a minimum capital base of N5billion.
The apex bank announced the upward review of the minimum capital requirement in a circular to a [...]
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