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Ukraine Hit by Russian Missiles Day After West’s Offer of Tanks

Russia launched a wave of missiles at Ukraine on Thursday, a day after Germany and the US pledged tanks to aid Kyiv's fight against...

Rwanda Accused of ‘Act of War’ as DRC Fighter Jet is Hit Mid-air

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on Tuesday denounced Rwanda’s accusation that a Congolese fighter jet violated Rwandan airspace, alleging the aircraft was attacked...

Donald Trump to be Allowed Back Onto Facebook and Instagram

Donald Trump will be allowed back on to Facebook and Instagram, after Meta announced it would be ending its two-year suspension of his accounts. The...

Tier 1 Banks Earnings to Grow in 2023

Separating the wheat from the chaff, Tier 1 lenders, who are referred to as “the big five banks” have the financial buffers to overcome...

CBN, NIBSS Set to Transform African Payment Ecosystem With Unveil of Domestic Card Scheme

The Central Bank of Nigeria announced in 2022 that it will be launching a National Domestic Card Scheme in conjunction with the Nigeria Inter...

Nigeria to Spend N10 Trillion On Fuel, Naira Subsidy, Says El-Rufai

By Abdulwaheed Olayinka Adubi, Kaduna Governor of Kaduna state, Nasir El- Rufa’i, has disclosed that Nigeria planned to spend N6 trillion on fuel subsidy for...

Unilever Nigeria Surmounts Turbulent Headwinds as Profit Surges

Unilever Nigeria Plc, one of the largest consumer goods firms in Africa’s most populous nation, has overcome turbulent headwinds as profit surged, which validates...

DOJ Prepares To Slap Google With Antitrust Suit Over Ad Monopoly

The Department of Justice (DOJ) is reportedly preparing to sue Alphabet Inc.'s Google in an antitrust lawsuit over its alleged monopoly on the digital...

German Intelligence “Alarmed” Ukraine Losing Hundreds Of Soldiers Every Day

The German foreign intelligence service assesses that Kiev is losing a "three-digit number" of soldiers daily, according to a report in Der Spiegel. Berlin informed politicians...

Central Bank Nigeria Raises Interest Rate To 17.5%

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has raised the Monetary Policy Rate (MPR), which measures interest rate from 16.5 percent to 17.5 percent to...

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