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    5 signs you need to update your CV and look for a new job –

    Read and get to know the five good reasons you need to quit a job. Everyone desires to have a dream job that guarantees job security and satisfaction to attain their career goals, but hey, not all jobs can grant such desires. Any … Read more via –
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    Business Nigeria’s Export Earnings Rise by 10% to $14.4bn in Q1 2018 – Thisdaylive News

    Nigeria’s total export earnings increased by 10.2 per cent to $14.394 billion in the first quarter (Q1) of 2018 compared with the $12.925 billion recorded in Q4 2017. The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) disclosed this in its Q1 2018 ‘Brief on Balance of Payments Statistics,’ posted on its ...
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    Metro Finance: SOROS: ‘The dominant ideology in the world now is nationalism’ – –...

    The billionaire founder of the Open Society Foundation told the Financial Times criticism and smear campaigns by nationalists and populist won't halt his work. Billionaire George Soros hit back against nationalist critics in an interview with the Financial Times. Soros said criticism and...
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    Business Devaluation: A Beer Parlour Gist On How Guys Cash Out by Oluseun Onigbinde

    This is actually not beer parlour discussion. It is a wine parlour discussion (if there is anything like that) with a new friend, a banker in Nigeria. My friend told me. Firstly, you need a friend in the bank — a banker. If you don’t know, you are entitled to a Basic Traveling Allowance. This...
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    See The Exchange Rate As At 17/2/2016

    See the currency exchange rate as at the morning of 17/2/2016 Source: The Guardian
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    Politics Budget: FG Will Borrow Locally and Internationally in 2016

    Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, has said the Federal Government will borrow internationally and locally to finance the deficit in the 2016 budget, SignalNg reports. The minister in an online publication revealed that the development was as a result of dwindling oil prices which is...
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    Politics Dasuki, Others Plead Not Guilty to Criminal Charges

    The former National Security Adviser, (NSA) Colonel Sambo Dasuki, a Director of Finance at the office of the NSA, Shuaibu Salisu and Aminu Baba Kusa have entered a not guilty plea to 19 count charges of stealing, criminal breach of trust, misappropriation, conspiracy and diversion of public...
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    Politics 2016 Will Be A Tough Year For Nigeria – Finance Minister, Adeosun

    The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, has indicated that next year shall be tough for Nigeria, and that the Federal Government will make extremely tough decisions. Adeosun gave this forecast while speaking at the opening of the 7th Annual Bankers Committee retreat yesterday in Lagos, noting...
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    Metro I Delivered $47m in 11 Suitcases to Dasuki – Ex-director [TheNation]

    More shocking revelations have come on how huge cash estimated at $2billion meant for arms purchase was allegedly diverted by key government officials and politicians during the Dr. Goodluck Jonathan Presidency. The Nation gathered that a former Director of Finance in the Office of the National...
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    Politics Buhari’s 6 Months of Deceitful Change – Fayose

    Ekiti State Governor, Mr Ayodele Fayose has described the last six months of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration as that of “deceitful change,” lamenting that the President was destroying the image of Nigeria and its people for cheap international recognition. The governor, who also...
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    Metro Kemi Adeosun Is Not As Experienced As Okonjo Iweala - Analysts

    A senior African analyst with Verisk Maplecroft, Malte Liewerscheidt, has said that the appointment of former finance minister for Ogun State, Kemi Adeosun as Nigeria’s finance minister will stir some controversy. According to the senior analyst, “Adeosun’s appointment to head the most...
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    9 Reasons Why Too Many People Are Pretending To Be Rich

    The idea of pretending to be rich can sound a little crazy, until you look at the symptoms and realize that you or someone you know may be guilty of doing this. Some of the more prominent symptoms of pretending to be rich include significant credit card debt, little to no retirement savings...