FG awards $5.8bn Mambilla power plant contract
The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved the contract for the engineering work of the Mambilla Hydro Electric Power Plant in Taraba State at a sum of $5.792bn.
Lagos to build 57 computerised vehicle inspection centres
The Lagos State Government says it plans to build 57 state-of-the-art computerised vehicle inspection service centres for testing vehicles before being issued road worthiness certificates.
Oil industry stakeholders await Egina FPSO integration
Stakeholders in the Nigerian oil and gas industry are awaiting the integration of the Egina Floating Production Storage Offloading facility in the country as the project nears completion.
Fidelity Bank Grows Profit after Tax by 66% to N9bn in Six Months
Shareholders of Fidelity Bank Plc should expect a bounteous harvest at the end of the current year given its impressive performance for the half year (H1) ended June 30, 2017.
Allianz Buys Nigerian Insurer for $35m
Germany’s Allianz plans to pay $35 million for 98 per cent stake in Nigerian insurer, Ensure Insurance, in a push for growth in Africa, where many people are uninsured..
Japanese Miniso’s $1.5bn International Investment Enters Nigeria
The federal government’s quest for foreign direct investment (FDI) has yielded yet another positive boost as Miniso, a top Japanese designer brand and market leader, has opened its world-class outlets across the six high-brow shopping malls in Lagos.
BoI, Oxfam partner to empower 4,000 farmers
The Bank of Industry (BoI) has signed a partnership agreement with Oxfam to disburse N200 million to empower about 4,000 farmers in Nasarawa, Benue and Plateau States, under the Federal Government’s Government Enterprise and Empowerment Programme (GEEP).
The Naira yesterday appreciated for the second consecutive day to N366 per dollar in the parallel market, even as investors traded $84 million in the Investors and Exporters (I&E) window.
FG begins disbursement of N5billion loan for miners
Despite the limited access to finance, and illegal artisanal mining activities, federal government has commenced disbursement of N5 billion to artisanal and small-scale miners in the country.
Chinese Oil Giant Sinopec Probed by the U.S. Over Nigeria Bribery Allegations
U.S. authorities are investigating China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. over allegations that the state-controlled oil producer paid Nigerian officials about $100 million worth of bribes to resolve a business dispute, according to people familiar with the probe.