Would it be a total cancellation of the fine or a symbolic shave? By Nsikan Ikpe   Feelers from those in the know indicate that the Central bank of Nigeria may presently be considering a backtrack action in favour of a review...
Analysts say IPO could be delayed until 2020 By Tajudeen Hamzat   The $8.1billion sanctions placed on four Nigerian banks (and MTN) by the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN over their reported involvement with what the apex bank has described as the...
We plan to make December take-off date work - Minister By Nsikan Ikpe   More details are emerging as to the shape of the proposed Nigerian national carrier that is being put together to replace the defunct Nigeria Airways.   Equally, the ministry of...
Investment fund makes foray into African fintech space By Nsikan Ikpe   The Rise Fund, a global impact investing fund managed by growth equity platform TPG Growth, has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire a stake in Cellulant, a...
MMM SHUTS DOWN WORLDWIDE BUT... Anthony Opara   It is no longer news that the controversial Mavrodi Mondial Money Box (MMM) scheme has now shut down its operations world wide following the death of the founder of the movement, Professor Sergei Mavrodi....
'It is an endorsement of Ghana's pro-trade policies' By Nsikan Ikpe   The recent visit by a  German delegation to Ghana has resulted in the signing of several deals, including one for a new power plant and another for West Africa's first...
  AFRICA PRUDENTIAL AWARDED BEST REGISTRAR IN WEST AFRICA; Unveils new Corporate Identity By Ada Anioji   Africa Prudential Registrars Plc has been named the Best Registrar Firm in West Africa by the Africa-Canada Trade Alliance at the 7th Edition of the West...
Group renews commitment to Nigeria's economic diversification agenda By Ada Anioji     Taking its agricultural cultivation and economic diversification commitments a step further, the Dangote Group has signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU with the Nassarawa State Government in respect of the...
Battle for African Pay-TV market hots up By Nsikan Ikpe   In the competitive world of African Pay-TV, Kwese TV is clearly taking on the likes of  DSTV, Startimes and other competitors and is not hiding it. Launched in August 2016, Kwese TV...
'China to be confirmed as world economy leader' By Nsikan Ikpe   Three African countries, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa have made the PricewaterhouseCooper's list of the world's potentially most powerful economies by 2030. PricewaterhouseCoopers, one of the world's largest professional-services firms, just...

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