Online Transactions Soaring In Nigeria Despite Love-Hate Feeling For CBN’s Cashless Policy

It appears the efforts of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to make online payments the status quo in Nigeria

Nigeria’s Land Borders A No-Go-Area For Goods As Gov’t Places Total Ban On Imports/Exports

Nigeria appears to be taking the much-talked-about campaign against illegal/illicit imports to a whole new level. And that’s even as

Inside Nigeria Where Entrepreneurship Is Not A Solution But The Sign Of A Big Problem

Unpopular Opinion: Entrepreneurship Can Also Be A Bad Thing Over the years, the benefit and impact of entrepreneurship have, time

Dangote Cement Is Living Dangerously In Its Most Profitable Market & It Could Pay The Price

Dangote Cement, the cement-producing company owned by Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, appears to be living dangerously in Tanzania —


Cash-Strapped Nigeria Trying To Rake In Funds By Squeezing USD 62 Bn Out Of An Oil Contract Signed 26 Years Ago

The Nigerian government has its sights on recovering up to USD 62 Bn from international oil companies that allegedly failed

The Biggest Telco In Nigeria Is Bleeding Internet Subscribers & Losing Market Share – Here’s Why

MTN Is Bleeding Internet Subscribers In Nigeria For the second time in under a year, the numbers are reflecting that

Reactions Trail Senate’s Move To Block VAT Hike & Place 9% Tax On Calls, SMS, Data & Cable

It’s Tax Season In Nigeria! The Nigerian senate has stepped in to stop the proposed 2.2 percent increase in Value-Added

These Are The 12 Nigerian Banks That Have Been Fined A Massive USD 1.4 Bn For Not Lending Enough

Zenith Bank Plc and Citigroup Inc. are among the banks that are the worst hit among 12 banks that the

CBN’s Cashless Policy Gaining Momentum As E-Payment Transactions Hit A Record NGN 203.35 Tn In 6 Months

It appears Nigerians are beginning to embrace electronic transactions and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)’s campaign to promote widespread

Who Is To Blame As Nigeria’s External Reserves Hit 10-Month Low After Shedding USD 2.9 Bn In 2 Months?

In just a matter of two months, Nigeria’s external reserves have nosedived by quite some margin. According to the data

Nigeria’s Inflation Figures Could Be Misleading As Food Prices Continue To Rise Due To Border Closure

Everyone was caught out when Nigeria shutdown (or partially closed) its borders in two regions last month, and without prior

Here’s Why Nigeria Still Can’t Power Homes For Half A Day & Spends 2X The Infrastructure Cost On Generator Fuel

Nigeria And “The Power Struggle” Nigeria will celebrate 59 years as an independent nation on the first day of next