The N100bn targeted by the Federal Government from the Islamic bond, Sukuk, will be spent on critical road infrastructure across the country, the Debt Management Office has said.
The Federal Government on Tuesday said that the low revenue generation by its Ministries, Departments and Agencies was affecting the implementation of the 2017 budget.
The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria has laughed off the suit instituted by shareholders of Arik Air against the Federal Government and Ethiopian Airlines over purported talks to rescue the troubled carrier.
Aiico Insurance Plc, Flour Mills Nigeria Plc, Nestle Nigeria Plc, Continental Reinsurance Plc and Linkage Assurance Plc emerged the top five losers at the close of trading on the floor of the Nigerian Stock Exchange on Tuesday, as equities depreciated by N63bn.
The price of crude oil has stabilised at $54.25 as the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC, predicted increased stability of the market, yesterday.
The Federal Government has disclosed its plan to allocate 80 percent of crude lifting to Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC Trading, an arm of the Corporation which evolved from the merger of its trading companies.
Reformed Niger Delta Avengers, RNDA, and nine other militant groups have called on the Federal Government to issue 10 licences to the Host Communities of Nigeria, HOSTCOM, for the take-off of modular refineries in the Niger Delta.
Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, yesterday in Ondo State declared that the country’s oil will no longer be profitable in no distant future.
Nigeria’s public debt stock for both the federal government and the states as at June 30 stood at N19.63 trillion, a report by the Debt Management Office (DMO) has revealed.
Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) of most states in Nigeria rose by 20 per cent to eventually settle at N820.7 billion in 2016, despite the significant contraction in the economy, the Nigeria Governors’ Forum (NGF) disclosed Tuesday in Abuja.
The electricity distribution companies have blamed the Federal Government for their rejection of loads allocated to them, a situation that is worsening the poor power supply in the country.
To achieve the set target of 40 billion barrels crude oil reserves by 2020, the hydrocarbon industry will require between $13 and $16.5billion over the next five years, the Chief Operating Officer, Gas and Power, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC), Saidu Mohammed, has said.
The Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) is set to roll out some digitalization programme to fully automate all critical operations of the organization, enhance efficiency of all its regulatory deliverables and accelerate recovery of all outstanding revenues due to government.
Although the telecommunications sector added about N1.5trillion to Nigeria’s economy in the second quarter (Q2), growth of the service providers however contracted.
The value of the naira against the dollar is declining as bureaux de change (BDC) operators say the US currency is getting scarce in the parallel market.
Nigeria will resist any attempt to curb its oil production, the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, has said.