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Govts Urged to Establish Entrepreneurial Hub to Tackle Poverty

The federal and state governments have been advised to set up private sector-led initiatives such as an entrepreneurial hub to tackle the rising incidence of poverty in the country. The Financial Derivatives Company Limited stated this in its latest bi-monthly ...

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SEC, stakeholders reiterate commitment to developing nation’s bourse

SEC, stakeholders reiterate commitment to developing nation’s bourse

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in collaboration with other stakeholders have adopted strategies to improve key areas in the capital market, especially investor protection and enlightenment campaigns, to enable the market play a dominant role in economic development. The ...

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GSMA highlights policy reforms to lift Nigeria’s economy

GSMA highlights policy reforms to lift Nigeria’s economy

Says country has potential to connect 55% Nigerians by 2025 The Global System for Mobile Telecommunications Association (GSMA), has said modernising regulation and policy reform will be crucial to boosting Nigeria’s digital economy, and accelerating Internet access for millions through ...

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Nigeria gets fresh $200m loan to finance electricity projects

Nigeria gets fresh $200m loan to finance electricity projects

The Federal Government has been granted $200 million loan for the funding of the nation’s electrification project.“The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group has approved a $150 million sovereign loan to the Federal Government of Nigeria to ...

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18 fuel-laden vessels waiting to berth at Lagos port

18 fuel-laden vessels waiting to berth at Lagos port

No fewer than 18 vessels laden with petroleum products are waiting to berth at the Lagos seaport. The shipping position of Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) obtained yesterday revealed that the vessels, including two other vessels, were being delayed to berth ...

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