Saviour Adugba The COVID-19 pandemic might have significantly changed consumer behaviour to favour online payments, but there is a

Julius Berger Nigeria, the engineering construction giant, has extended its donation of necessary hospital supplies and palliatives to

BY: Moses olajuwon Obajemu   Nigeria may enter another recession in the third quarter of 2020, according to Clement Agba,

Charles Abuede With the current global travel limitations and lockdown rules across the airline market, which is expected to trigger

BoI’s loans not received Power supply worse than ever Covid-19 pounding, ravaging industries with more to shut down Advises FG to look

Charles Abuede The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved $27.4 million in grants to spice up the African Union’s (AU) efforts

Ben Eguzozie, in Port Harcourt Indorama-Nigeria, owners of Indorama Eleme Petrochemicals (IEPL) and Indorama Fertilisers &

While global investment is expected to fall sharply this year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, impact investment – the funding

Examines investment opportunity for Africa’s recovery Aware that COVID-19 has triggered an unprecedented demand for digital

Moved by complaints and public outcries over the cumbersome nature and difficult procedures for accessing the Central Bank of