Farmers in will Benue, Niger and Ekiti states will receive a N4.5billion loan to boost maize and soybean production in the 2019 wet season.
The Nigeria Incentive-Based Risk Sharing System for Agricultural Lending, NIRSAL, said the credit will be disbursed to 3,750 farmers in the pilot states un [...]
Another shocking story making the rounds, after last year’s JAMB money-swallowing snake, has claimed that a big Gorilla swallowed N6.8 million in the Kano Zoological Gardens during Sallah celebration.
Only 31percent of micro, small and medium enterprises in Nigeria obtained loans from financial institution in 2018.
The Development Bank of Nigeria, DBN, identified the lack of collateral as majorly responsible for the poor access to credit facilities from financial institutions including comme [...]
Africa’s Export and Import Bank, Afrieximbank, has thrown its weight behind the free trade agreement entered by some member countries, noting that the arrangement will help address the infrastructure issues on the continent.
The Chairman and President of Afrieximbank, Benedict Oramah, who [...]
The value of electronic payment transactions fell by 13 percent, in the first quarter of 2019 to hit N34trillion by the end of March.
National Bureau of Statistics, in its Selected Banking Sector Data report for Q1’19, said the 2019 general elections impacted on economic activities during [...]
The Bureau of Public Enterprises, BPE, has distanced itself from a purported verification exercise being conducted for staff of the defunct Power Holding Company of Nigeria, PHCN.
The bureau said it is not in any way connected with the ongoing verification by a group or with the communication p [...]
The increase recorded in the prices of maize and cheese was said to have been responsible for the rise in global food prices experienced in May 2019.
Food and Agriculture Organisation, FAO, reports a 2.1points increase in world food prices making it the fifth consecutive increase this year, aft [...]
Total banks’ credit to the Nigerian economy increased by 1.3percent in three months, to hit N20.93trillion at the end of February 2019 compared with its level at the end of December 2018.
The banks’ total assets and liabilities however increased by 3.2percent during the period, to h [...]
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