Sunday, December 15, 2019

BUSSINESS

Four banks generate N24.3bn from account maintenance charges

Between January and June 2019, four leading banks generated N24.3bn from account maintenance charged on their customers’ accounts, investigation has shown.

CBN begins charges on deposits, withdrawals above N500,000

The Central Bank of Nigeria on Tuesday said that the nationwide implementation of the cashless policy will begin by March 2020.

NIGERIA TARGETING US INVESTORS IN GAS FLARE BUSINESS

The Federal Government hopes to attract investors from the United States and the US government to participate in the gas flare commercialisation...

NIGERIA RECORDS N8.6TN MERCHANDISE TRADE IN Q2 –NBS

Exports of various types of products dominated Nigeria’s trade structure as the country’s merchandise trade hits N8.6tn in the second quarter of...

N94M DISBURSED TO 258 UNEMPLOYED GRADUATES IN ONDO – FADAMA

The Fadama lll AF Project in Ondo State says it has disbursed about N94 millon to no fewer than 258 unemployed graduates...

FIRS ORDERS BANKS TO SWEEP ACCOUNTS OF TAX DEFAULTERS INTO FEDERATION...

High-Profile tax defaulters got a 30-day window to regularise their tax status with the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), failing which they...

GOVERNOR AKEREDOLU INAUGURATES “AGRO RANGERS SQUAD” TO TACKLE FARMERS, HERDERS CLASHES

The federal government has taken drastic measures to provide security and checkmate incessant clashes between farmers and cattle herders in the country.

NIGERIA TRAGICALLY LIVING ON BORROWED TIME, SAYS WORLD BANK

The Senior Agriculture Economist, World Bank, Dr Adetunji Oredipe, on Thursday said the neglect of the agricultural sector when Nigeria’s economy became...

FG SEEKS INCREASED REVENUE FROM MINING

The Federal Government is seeking the collaboration of stakeholders in the mining sector to generate more revenue from the country’s solid mineral...

N5TN DEBTORS DON’T WANT TO PAY — AMCON

The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria has established that the top 20 debtors who owe over 67 per cent of the N5tn...