The House of Representatives during plenary today urged the Central Bank of Nigeria to suspend its recent directive to banks on cashless policy, which seeks to have individuals and corporate organizations charged for deposits and withdrawals respectively.
If you have been on social media for the past 48 hours, you would have thought that a national emergency the scale of a hurricane has just occurred. This is on back of the reaction of Nigerians to the publication of the circular by the CBN to deposit money banks that they should begin the implementation of the processing charge on lodgments alongside the existing processing charge on withdrawals within 24 hours.
Equities market closed today on a negative note, as NSEASI depreciated by -0.13% to close at 27,646.15 points as against 1.00% appreciation recorded previously. Its Year-to-Date (YTD) returns currently stands at -12.04%.
SEPLAT Petroleum Development Company Plc ("SEPLAT" or the "Company"), a leading Nigerian indigenous oil and gas company dual-listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange and London Stock Exchange, hereby notify The Exchange and the investing public that due to expected business growth and in order to strengthen its operational effectiveness, the Company has relocated all its offices in Lagos to one location.
As countries across the world sustain the drive towards mitigating the dangers of non-degradable waste, participants at the CEO Roundtable on Sustainability have hinted that Nigeria stands a good chance of bending the curve in good time, only if the private and public sector can collaborate strategically.
Hundreds of existing and start-up entrepreneurs based in Oyo State have benefitted from the seventh edition of the First City Monument Bank (FCMB)-organised free comprehensive capacity building programme, tagged, "Business Enterprises and Sustainability Training (BEST)", for Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs).
Keynote speaker at the recent Capital Market Conference organized by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in collaboration with the University of Lagos, Mrs Toyin Sanni made a strong case for Nigeria to deepen its financial literacy level.