Saturday, February 27, 2021

UBA grows gross earnings to N454b in

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United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc has announced commendable performance in its unaudited 2020 Third Quarter Financial Results, with impressive growth in Gross Earnings,...

Rising inflation, forex demand push naira to N478/$1 at parallel market

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The naira on Thursday depreciated to N478 to dollar at the parallel market as importers and manufacturers push unmet foreign exchange (forex) demand from...

ITF Top List of Agencies on ICPC Integrity , Ethic Compliant

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The Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), has named the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) as the most ethics compliant and integrity...

Nigeria saves N45b monthly for operating TSA

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Nigeria is saving an average of N45 billion monthly for operating the Treasury Single Account, (TSA), the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning,...

Access Bank restates commitment to tech innovation

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Access Bank has shown its commitment to advancing the frontiers of industry agnostic technological innovation across Africa with Nigeria in focus. This position is entrenched...

BUA cement reports N156.6bn earning in Q3 unaudited results ***PAT up...

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BUA Cement, a leading cement manufacturer in Africa, Tuesday declared it recorded a total of N156.6billion in its 2020 third quarter (Q3) financial results...

Nigeria’s debt to hit N38.68tr next year, says minister

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Nigeria’s external and domestic debts have been projected to hit N38.68 trillion by December 2021, Finance, Budget and National Planning Minister Zainab Ahmed, alerted...

Post COVID-19: We will ensure full recovery of the economy —...

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The Director General of the Industrial Training(ITF), Sir Joseph Ari, I'm this interview,  shed light on the role ITF want to play to ensure...

Access Bank Begins Disbursement of N50bn Interest-free Loan Today ***Insurers move...

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Access Bank Plc will today commence the disbursement of the N50 billion interest-free loan and grant it set aside for micro, small and medium...

Chemical Union Workers  demands CBN reversal of forex policy  

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To save players in the manufacturing sector from closing shops, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has been asked to reverse its recent policy...