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Meet The Wife Of Governor Mohammad Baduru

We have a lot of great men in politics, men who's aim, vision, goals and aspirations is to see that the country we are living in, constantly gets better.One of these men I speak of is the very amazing Mohammad Baduru Abubakar.

  1 year ago ago
Meet The Wife Of Governor Mohammad Baduru

DIGITAL-TECHNOLOGY

Today's Headlines: Nigeria Loses N24.72bn To Twitter Ban In 10 Days, Ayodele Attacks Islamic Group

Nigeria Loses N24.72bn To Twitter Ban In 10 Days.Photo Credit: Naija News President Muhammadu Buhari-led government has lost N24.72bn ($60.14m) following the suspension of Twitter in Nigeria. According to NetBlocks Cost of Shutdown Tool, the federal government loses N102.9m ($250,600) every hour to the ban.

  1 year ago ago
Today's Headlines: Nigeria Loses N24.72bn To Twitter Ban In 10 Days, Ayodele Attacks Islamic Group

DIGITAL-TECHNOLOGY

Nigeria Loses 24.7bn to Twitter Ban in 10 Days

10 days after the clampdown on the social media platform, Twitter, by the federal government of Nigeria, Netblocks Cost of Shutdown has revealed that the country loses N102.9m per hour to this ban which has accumulated to N24.72bn in the last 10 days. Recall that the federal government had on June 4th issued a statement announcing the suspension of Twitter in Nigeria.

  1 year ago ago
Nigeria Loses 24.7bn to Twitter Ban in 10 Days

BUSINESS

Federal Government to unveil N65 billion stimulus to private sector

Nigerian Government is set to release N65 billion as stimulus package to organized private sector as a medium of supporting them to cushion the effects of coronavirus pandemic that has crumbled the economy . Minister of Industry ,Trade and Investment, Otumba Adeniyi Adebayo narrated this at a virtual meeting with members of the Organised Private Sector (OPS) , comprising manufacturers Association of Nigeria, (MAN) Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industries , Mines and Agriculture,(NACCIMA), Nigerian

  2 years ago ago
Federal Government to unveil N65 billion stimulus to private sector

BUSINESS

97% of Nigerian businesses recorded losses during lockdown

- Ninety-seven percent of private companies in Nigeria recorded losses during the Cobid-19 blockade - This was revealed in a study conducted by commercial and commercial research on Africa in collaboration with other agencies - In addition, 87% of companies surveyed have stated that they are generally negatively affected by pandemics. The coronavirus pandemic negatively affects the Nigerian economy as many companies record losses, mostly due to the blockade. According to a study by international research on

  2 years ago ago
97% of Nigerian businesses recorded losses during lockdown

BUSINESS

LOOTING : See Nigerians Reaction As NACCIMA Says Nigeria Losing Investment-friendly Attraction

According to the information received, the Nigerian Association of Chambers of Commerce, Industry, Mines, and Agriculture (NACCIMA) says, efforts to project Nigeria as favourable and an investment familiar destination to investors have become unsuccessful with the ongoing heavy looting and destruction of properties in the country. It was also gathered that Hajiya Saratu Aliyu who is the National President, of NACCIMA has lamented badly that business operations in Nigeria had been seriously affected widely as

  1 year ago ago
LOOTING : See Nigerians Reaction As NACCIMA Says Nigeria Losing Investment-friendly Attraction