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    Business Emirates Cuts Nigerian Flights Over $85m Blocked Funds - Business Day
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    Business Bitcoin erases 2017 ATH in Nigeria by over N1m as price jumps above $18,000 | Business Day
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    Politics Finally, Senate receives 2018 budget after six months delay – BusinessDay

    by Bill Okonedo | May 15, 2018 12:03 pm OWEDE AGBAJILEKE, Abuja The Senate has received the long-awaited report on the 2018 Appropriations Bill from its Committee on Appropriations. Read more via BusinessDay : News you can trust – -- Get More Nigeria Political News
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    Business Oando shares appreciate by 10% as technical suspension lifted – BusinessDay

    To the relief of Oando shareholders, investors and the general public, the technical suspension on the trading of the company’s shares was lifted for a second time by the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). Read more via BusinessDay – Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Politics Gwadabe fears foreign investors will dump equities ahead of 2019 elections - Business Day

    Some Nigerians are raising concern that foreign investors who invested billions of dollars in the equities market are likely to exit the market ahead of the 2019 elections said yesterday. Aminu Gwadabe, President, Association of Bureaux De Change Operators of Nigeria (ABCON), who spoke to...
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    Business N650bn subsidy: FG finally seeks approval from national assembly for payment – BusinessDay

    A major relief may have come the way of the troubled downstream sector of the petroleum industry as there are indications that the Federal Government has finally sent a document to the national assembly seeking approval for payment of N650 billion subsidy arrears owed oil marketers. Read...
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    Business NEXIM supports Edo, Ondo exporters with N5bn Niger-Delta Development Fund – BusinessDay

    The Nigerian Export-Import Bank (NEXIM) is supporting exporters in Edo and Ondo States with N5bn under the Niger-Delta Development Fund. The Bank and the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is implementing N500bn Export Stimulation Facility and the N50 billion Export Development Fund. As part...
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    Politics Buhari Offers Unconditional Amnesty To Repentant Boko Haram - Business Day

    President Muhammadu Buhari has declared that government is ready to offer unconditional amnesty to members of the Boko Haram militants who are ready to lay down their arms. The President observed that Nigeria has suffered untold hardships resulting from the activities of the insurgents. He...
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    Business Nigeria plans N54bn treasury auction, repays some bills – BusinessDay

    Nigeria plans to raise N53.96 billion at a treasury auction on Wednesday after repaying the same amount of bills, with the aim of lowering its borrowing costs, traders said. The debt office has said it would Read more via BusinessDay – Get more: Nigeria Business News
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    Business NEXIM Bank, Ondo state to partner on cocoa export – BusinessDay

    Nigerian Export-Import Bank (NEXIM) is seeking partnership with Ondo State on cocoa projects and other commodity exporters to boost export trade, Stella Okotete, Executive Director, Business Development of the bank, has said. Read more via BusinessDay – Get more...
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    Business Nigeria risks $3.4trn trade opportunity – BusinessDay

    Nigeria has for now lost the opportunity to be a part of an Africa wide free trade area which offers a $3.4 trillion opportunity for the nations goods and services as President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday cancelled his trip to Kigali for the signing Read more via BusinessDay : News you can...
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    World China to construct new ECOWAS Commission hqtrs for $31.6m – BusinessDay

    The Commission of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) on Wednesday, 14th March, 2018, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for a 31.6 Million Dollars grant with the Government of China in view of the proposed ECOWAS Headquarters building project. The President of the...
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    Politics N10bn SURE-P Fraud: How Suswam withdrew N450m from account outside SURE-P project – BusinessDay

    A prosecution witness in the ongoing trial of the former Benue State Governor, Gabriel Suswam and two others for allegedly diverting about N10bn meant for the SURE-P programme of the former President Goodluck Jonathan’s administration, narrated to the astonishment of the court, how the...
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    Business Nigeria loses crown to South Africa as Africa biggest smartphone market – BusinessDay

    South Africa has overtaken Nigeria as the leading market for smartphone sales as it grabbed 27 percent of 53.70 million units of smartphones shipped to Africa in 2017 compared to Nigeria’s 19.9 percent in the fourth quarter of 2017, according to the reports by Read more via BusinessDay ...
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    Business GTBank allays fears of electronic banking fraud – BusinessDay

    Having focused on building securities around its alternative banking channels, Guarantee Trust Bank (GTBank) last week allayed fears of electronic fraud in its operations. “Let me be honest to you, the percentage of transactions that are susceptible to fraud is immaterial to the larger level...
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    Politics Kaduna APC crisis: Shehu Sani threatens Gov El- Rufai with ‘war’ – BusinessDay

    The senator representing Kaduna Central, Shehu Sani, has threatened that he and his men in the Kaduna state faction of the troubled All Progressives Congress, APC, are ready to match Governor Nasir El-Rufai with ‘war’ if that is the path the Governor has chosen to resolve the crisis in the state...
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    World Seven killed, around 50 wounded in Burkina Faso attack - BusinessDay

    Unidentified assailants killed five people and wounded around 50 others during an attack on Burkina Faso’s military headquarters in the capital Ouagadoug ou on Friday, said government spokesman Remi Dandjinou. Read more via BusinessDay – Get more World News
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    Business Wakanow says settling IATA debt in bits – BusinessDay

    Nigeria’s first online travel agent, Wakanow, is said to have resolved the financial debt it owed its trading partner, the International Air Transport Association (IATA), as the former is seen paying its debt in bits to the latter, according to a source. Read more via BusinessDay –...
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    Business Dapchi girls abduction questions Nigeria’s investment in satellite technology – BusinessDay

    Effective surveillance could have mapped convoy of abducted Dapchi school girls, others The continued attacks by Boko Haram insurgents in some parts of the Northeast, and recent abduction of over 100 school girls from the Government Girls Science and Technical College, Read more via...