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Nigeria…Why investors can’t say no

Investors believe Nigeria is a difficult place to do business, but demographically they also believe the country is where to be; the huge population and its status as the second-biggest economy in Africa make sure they flock to the country, despite the challenges, reports Financial Times Twenty years ago few Nigerians

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NIMASA-NLNG feud throws global LNG buyers into panic

The lingering feud between the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) and the Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas company’s (NLNG) may have started taking a toll on the global gas market. A report by Reuters, at the weekend, indicated that global buyers of Nigeria’s LNG, including Spain’s Repsol, Italy’s Enel, Britain’s BG

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Etisalat restates commitment to customer service

Etisalat Nigeria has reaffirmed commitment to the satisfaction of its growing customer base through the continuous provision of innovative products and services to its subscribers. The telecom service providernet made the pledge at the just concluded Etisalat Customer Forum held at the Civic Centre, Ibadan, Oyo State. The forum, a direct contact

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CIS de-registers two stockbrokers over misconducts

The Chartered Institute of Stockbrokers (CIS), the professional body for stockbrokers in the country, at the weekend announced deregistration of two members- Peter Temidayo Ola and Kingsley Okwudiri Nnaji, over what it called unprofessional and infamous conducts. A third member, Akinwale Olagundoye, was however suspended from trading in the Nigerian capital market

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NCAA will operate open door policy –DG

The Director General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA)Capt Fola Akinkuotu ,has said that  the NCAA under his leadership will operate an open door policy just as he said that the directorate of General Aviation has been created to regulate the activities of the private jets  and helicopters operating in

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