Volkswagen To Invest $50b On Electric Cars

German auto giant Volkswagen said Friday it will invest 44 billion euros by 2023 in the smarter, greener cars of the future as it ramps up efforts to shake...
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Atiku Reveals How He Supported Dangote, And How Obasanjo Reacts

The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar, has recalled how former President, Olusegun Obasanjo shut down his (Atiku’s) company, Intels for 6 months when they...

Owners Of Terrorist Cattle Discovered – Presidency

The real owners of cattle allegedly destroying farmers’ crops and causing major crisis in some part of the country, especially in the North Central has been discovered, Presidency alleges.

Access Bank Reaches Agreement To Acquire Diamond Bank

Access Bank is set to add Diamond Bank’s portfolio to its assets in the next few months, The Nation has learnt. Talks on the acquisition are on, according to sources, who said...

What Obi Told EU, WEF Delegations About 2019 Election, Nigeria’s Economy

The vice presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Peter Obi, on Wednesday in Abuja met separately with delegations from the European Union (EU) and the World Economic...

No Plan To Sell Ajaokuta Steel Complex – Osinbajo

The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has debunked the rumours making rounds about the Federal Government's plan to sell the multi billion Naira Ajaokuta Steel Complex.

‘How Exchanges Are Responding To Cryptocurrency Scams’

Low investors’ confidence towards cryptocurrencies has been linked to the rising incidence of frauds currently threatening adoption. This challenge has seen the price of most top...

Oil Firm Advocates Integrated Economy, Reduces Gas Flaring By 90%

•Backs ‘willing buyer-willing seller’ pricing model Managing Director, Chevron Nigeria Limited, Jeff Ewing, has said that Nigeria must urgently take advantage of opportunities for investment in...

Nigeria Pays For “Premuim” Not Subsidy – Keyamo

The Director of Media of the Muhammadu Buhari Campaign Organisation, Festus Keyamo, on Monday said the Nigerian government is paying for ‘premium’ on petroleum products and not subsidy.

Fuel Subsidy To Exceed $3.85 Billion Estimate – Kachikwu

A bi-monthly update report on the state of Nigeria's economy prepared by Lagos-based economic research and analyses firm, Financial Derivatives Company (FDC), has disclosed that with the rising prices...

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