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COVID-19 hit MSMEs’ cash flow, sales, others – Report

COVID-19 hit MSMEs’ cash flow, sales, others – Report

The coronavirus pandemic and the lockdown aimed at containing the virus have impacted the cash flow, sales, revenues, and ability of micro small and medium enterprises to pay salaries and wages of workers. According to a new study conducted by ...

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2023: South East should beg other zones, says Nwosu

2023: South East should beg other zones, says Nwosu

A former governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress in the 2019 general elections, Uche Nwosu, has called on the South East to apologise to other geo-political zones and get their support for the realisation of the 2023 Presidency. He, ...

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‘Oil-producing states got N44tn in 18 years’

‘Oil-producing states got N44tn in 18 years’

A total of N44tn accrued to states in the Niger Delta region through the 13 per cent derivation fund in the last 18 years, the Host Communities of Nigeria has said. HOSTCON, an organisation for oil and gas producing communities, ...

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Nigeria exported N32bn worth of electricity in 2019 — NERC

Nigeria exported N32bn worth of electricity in 2019 — NERC

The Republics of Togo, Niger and Benin received a total invoice of N32.04bn for the electricity supplied to them from Nigeria in 2019, data from the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission have shown. Nigeria, through some of its power plants, sell ...

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Senate summons CBN, FIRS again over $21.3bn foreign tax

Senate summons CBN, FIRS again over $21.3bn foreign tax

The Senate Public Accounts Committee has issued fresh summons to the management of both the Central Bank of Nigeria and the Federal Inland Revenue Service. The Chairman of SPAC, Senator Matthew Urhoghide,  disclosed this in an exclusive interview with our ...

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