Nigeria’s Biggest Copyright Infringement: MTN Nigeria Set To Face A Lawsuit By Ijebu Afoke Dickson

A legal battle between an Abuja-based Isoko musician, Dovie Okson Omenuwoma, who claims that MTN has infringed on his copyright is set to commence. Arrangements have concluded by the Felix, Igelige, & Associates that allow them drag MTN Nigeria to court for infringing on their client’s copyright. A statement issued on behalf of the Felix,… Read More Nigeria’s Biggest Copyright Infringement: MTN Nigeria Set To Face A Lawsuit By Ijebu Afoke Dickson

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$300 Daily Withdrawal Limit Not Applicable In Nigeria

The Committee of E-Banking Industry Heads (CEBIH) states that new withdrawal limit rules are only applied to overseas spending.  According to new rules, ATM’s withdrawal limit is N60,000 per day, while foreign currency is about $300 per day. Before the measure adoption, domestic withdrawal limit was N150,000 per day. A CBN’s statement says:  “The CBN… Read More $300 Daily Withdrawal Limit Not Applicable In Nigeria

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Nigeria Central Bank Chief Risks Reputation With Naira Plan

Nigerian central bank Governor Godwin Emefiele says he’s on a mission to transform the economy. That’s not what investors are seeking. While the collapse of oil revenue in Africa’s biggest crude producer has limited the bank’s ability to prop up the currency, Emefiele, 54, has resisted pressure to devalue the naira. Instead, he has imposed… Read More Nigeria Central Bank Chief Risks Reputation With Naira Plan

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Nigeria’s graft-hit state oil giant to get ‘forensic’ audit

Abuja (AFP) – The lawyer charged with cleaning up Nigeria’s corruption-hit state oil company said Thursday he would lead a forensic audit of its accounts — and warned no worker’s job was safe. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation’s new managing director Emmanuel Kachikwu said the investigation would cover “all the way to 2014, 2015” and… Read More Nigeria’s graft-hit state oil giant to get ‘forensic’ audit

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Lead the Advocacy for Home-Made Nigerian Goods, VP Osinbajo Tells Textile Workers

The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has charged the Textile Workers’ Union of Nigeria to do more on advocacy to encourage Nigerians to prefer home-made textiles. The report from the Senior Special Assistant to the Vice President, Laolu Akande shows that Prof. Osinbajo gave the charge when a delegation of the union led by its National… Read More Lead the Advocacy for Home-Made Nigerian Goods, VP Osinbajo Tells Textile Workers

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Etisalat battles NCC over alleged undue advantage to MTN

Justice Mohammed Idris of the Federal High Court in Lagos will on September 25, hear a suit filed by mobile telecommunications giant, Etisalat Nigeria against the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) over alleged unhealthy competition and undue advantage given to one of its competitors, MTN Nigeria. When the case was brought up for mention, Justice Idris… Read More Etisalat battles NCC over alleged undue advantage to MTN

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Airtel Returns with Touching Lives Season 2

Pledges to transform more Lives with ground-breaking initiative After recording monumental success with the maiden edition of its revolutionary CSR initiative, Airtel Touching Lives, leading telecoms operator, Airtel Nigeria, has announced the commencement of the second edition of the initiative, which has been described by many as a ground-breaking approach to Corporate Social Investment. The… Read More Airtel Returns with Touching Lives Season 2

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European Union Bans Importation Of Nigerian-Made Products

NIGERIA’S economy, which is going through a turbulent period from reduction in oil income, is set to further unravel. Why? The European Union has just suspended some agricultural food exports from Nigeria. The food items banned from Europe till June 2016 are beans, sesame seeds, melon seeds, dried fish and meat, peanut chips and palm… Read More European Union Bans Importation Of Nigerian-Made Products

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Nigeria’s automotive industry plans: What exactly are the expectations? (1)

A direct result of the global economic slump of the last decade is the shift in emphasis in policy making from pure economic output to job creation. The need to create jobs at a rate that will demystify the challenge of unemployment has never been so critical. As the world and its commerce becomes more… Read More Nigeria’s automotive industry plans: What exactly are the expectations? (1)

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