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World: Want to Lose Money? Put it to Work in Nigeria. - Forbes
World: Want to Lose Money? Put it to Wor...

World: Want to Lose Money? Put it to Work in Nigeria. – Forbes

In five years, the Nigeria ETF has blown up, now down over 74.5%. Equity investment between 2013 and 2018 has fallen from around $2.9 billion in 2013 to just $139 million in 2018. Nigeria has become Africa’s money-losing machine. Want to lose money in one of Africa’s biggest markets? Put... read more »

Nigeria: Google Issues a Statement on Inaccurate Currency Converter Issue with the Naira
Nigeria: Google Issues a Statement on In...

Nigeria: Google Issues a Statement on Inaccurate Currency Converter Issue w...

Following the curious 50% drop recorded in Nigeria’s exchange rate on Google’s currency converter yesterday, Google has issued a statement. In a tweet, the IT giant twitted that they were aware of the situation and will remove the converter box until the issue is resolved. The rate... read more »

Breaking News: Dollar Exchanges $1 to N1...

Breaking News: Dollar Exchanges $1 to N184

In a shocking development, the exchange rate today dropped by half across board. Dollar to the Naira dropped from N360 to N184 while the Pound dropped from over N400 to N240. There is no clear indication of why this exchange rate is reflected on internation exchange rate calculators while the... read more »

Nigeria: A Message from U.S Ambassador to Nigeria, W. Stuart Symington
Nigeria: A Message from U.S Ambassador t...

Nigeria: A Message from U.S Ambassador to Nigeria, W. Stuart Symington

The United States Embassy in Nigeria wishes to reiterate unequivocally that we are not taking sides in Nigeria’s election.   We do not support any party or candidate.   We support a level playing field and the democratic process.  That is the bedrock principle of our Government’s advocacy... read more »

Nigeria: Those Who Interfere in the Electoral Process or Incite Violence Must be Held to Account - US
Nigeria: Those Who Interfere in the Elec...

Nigeria: Those Who Interfere in the Electoral Process or Incite Violence Mu...

As the Nigerian general elections looms close, the United States Government yesterday fired a cautioning shot to all actors, warning that “those who interfere in the electoral process or incite violence must be held to account.” This warning is coming on the heels of another caution by the US... read more »

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Africa: Impose sanctions on France and Other Countries that Impoverish Africa - Di Maio to the EU

Africa: Impose Sanctions on France and Other Countries that Impoverish Africa – Di M...

He said France had “never stopped colonising tens of African states”. Luigi di Maio called on the European Union to impose sanctions on France for its policies in Africa. He... read more »

Nigeria: Our First Priority is Keeping America Safe and Secure - APC

Nigeria: Our First Priority is Keeping America Safe and Secure – APC

A website identified as APC’s official website has been reported to have published plagiarized content. In a thoroughly embarrassing development, the title of one of the pages read... read more »

José Mourinho sacked by Manchester United after worst start in 28 years

José Mourinho sacked by Manchester United after worst start in 28 years

José Mourinho has been sacked as Manchester United manager following Sunday’s defeat at Liverpool, ending a tenure that began in May 2016. United finally lost patience with a head... read more »

As FAO Marks World Antibiotic Awareness Week, Farmers Tasked To Boost Farm Hygiene

As FAO Marks World Antibiotic Awareness Week, Farmers Tasked To Boost Farm Hygiene

Boosting farm hygiene is currently an added key task to farmers around the world. As the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO), an agency of the United Nations is marking the World... read more »

Nigeria: Return Our Stolen Asset, Not Give Doomsday Prophecy On 2019 - Presidency to HSBC

Nigeria: Return Our Stolen Asset, Not Give Doomsday Prophecy On 2...

PRESIDENCY WANTS HSBC TO RETURN OUR STOLEN ASSETS, NOT GIVE US DOOMSDAY PROPHECY ON 2019 The Presidency wishes to make clear to all Nigerians, and particularly the global banking giant HSBC which... read more »