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Sokoto, Taraba, Jigawa, Adamawa, Yobe, Ebonyi are the poorest States in Nigeria – NBS

In Nigeria 40.1 percent of total population were classified as poor in the latest poverty and inequality survey released by the National Bureau of...

UACN: Earnings plunge on higher operating expense

UAC of Nigeria Plc (UACN) has announced a 41.6 percent contraction in profit from continuing operations to N1.1 billion in its Q1’20 unaudited results....

How to make money in a pandemic: Buy ‘stay-at-home’ stocks? (Watch Video)

During this unique time in history, some stock market analysts believe that the COVID-19 pandemic has the potential to change the investment landscape forever.“It...

Indians at Dangote Refinery protest over working during coronavirus Pandemic

Indian metal workers at the site of the Dangote Refinery complex in Lagos have staged a protest over what they claim is poor working...

Coronavirus Can’t Stop Zenith, FBNH, Access Bank Directors From Pocketing N14.89bn Dividends

Despite some postponement of Annual General Meeting (AGMs) by corporates due to uncertainties created by the coronavirus, the directors of Nigeria’s largest banks will...

FirstBank Sustains Positive Impact, Welcomes Back Customers

FirstBank, Nigeria’s leading financial institution and Africa’s Bank of Choice has expressed its appreciation to the public – especially its customers – for their...

Banks Agree to Suspend Job Cuts

Commercial banks in the country and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) under the umbrella of the Bankers’ Committee have agreed not to disengage...

Fidelity Bank Reports N6.6bn Q1 Profit, Reassures Stakeholders

Fidelity Bank has reported N6.6bn Q1 profit, and has reassured its stakeholders that it will continue to take measures to ensure the safety of...

Sacked Workers’ll get Monthly Salaries for Insured Jobs – Insurers

Insurance operators have said that workers who took job loss insurance covers before the commencement of COVID-19 pandemic will get insurance compensation.According to them,...

FG Raises MDAs Operating Surplus to N916.87bn

In a bid to secure alternative sources of funding, following the crash in crude oil price, the Federal Government has raised the target set...

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