In its drive to ensure the digital financial inclusion of women and youth across Nigeria, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and its stakeholders are billed to engage target groups in selected States in order to facilitate their economic empowerment and inclusion.
Giving indigenous companies a chance to step up their game in the African energy market is critical. For years, the leaders of the African Energy Chamber have been calling for this and working to give local companies every opportunity to participate in and prosper in the oil and gas industry.
Proshare foundation, as part of its agenda of women empowerment in collaboration with the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Victory Chapel, Magodo, Lagos, organized a training workshop for 30 female entrepreneurs. It was an opportunity for capacity-building and knowledge-sharing for the women to upscale their businesses.
It is exactly a week to the Proshare Virtual Online Trading Webinar scheduled to hold on November 03, 2021, from 10am WAT. The webinar sponsored by the Central Securities Clearing System (CSCS) Plc and eTranzact International Plc, and themed "Online Trading beyond Nigeria: The Case for a Unified Exchange" promises to be remarkable and filled with insights for today and the future.
Over the last three quarters of 2021, global Central Banks have been pressed to form a counterbalance to the gradual loss of monetary control in their domestic economies as blockchain-based cryptocurrencies went on the ascendency as a means of payment and settlement. Nevertheless, with global Central Banks designing and deploying Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs), things are pivoting in new directions but with additional uncertainty.