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COVID-19 vaccines: CBN to support Nigerian researchers with grants — Emefiele

  …SGF says virus has reawaken collaboration among critical partners     In realization of the Nigerian vaccine for COVID-19, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) says it is developing a framework to support researchers, science institutions and biotechnology firms with grants on...

CBN Gov. Emefiele assures foreign investors of “orderly’’ forex repatriation

      Notwithstanding the drop in crude oil revenue, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has assured investors of the security of their investments in the country.   It said investors who are interested in repatriating their funds from the country are guaranteed...

CBN Gov canvasses border closure for 2 years, says  will wipe out banditry, insurgency

    Mooting border closure for at least two years, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, Mr Godwin Emefiele, says it will decimate insurgency, banditry and kidnapping in the country.   “I can tell you that if our borders remain closed for...

Nigeria’s exchange rate remains stable -CBN

The Central Bank of Nigeria has denied allegations of changes in Nigeria's exchange rate. " There has been NO change in Nigeria's exchange rate structure. The CBN has not floated the naira, said Isaac Okorafor, Director Corporate Commmunications on Wednesday. "...

The Day In Pictures: CBN Governor Emefiele Receives Honorary Degree From UNN

UNN honors an illustrious alumni, Governor Godwin Emefiele, with a Doctorate Degree in Business Administration. This culminates a journey he started in 1980, having obtained both Bachelors and Masters degrees in Banking and Finance from the same University. Congratulations,...

Nigerian Senate approves Emefiele for 2nd-term as CBN governor 

The Nigerian Senate has approved President Muhammadu Buhari's request that Godwin Emefiele returns as central bank governor for a second term. Emefiele effectively becomes the first central bank governor to return for a second term since Nigeria returned to a...

Emefiele returns as CBN governor

The governor of Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele, has confirmed that he is returning for second term. Emefiele confirmed this at an ongoing Association of Assets Custodians of Nigeria (AACN) conference in London, this morning.   The 57-year-old banker raised the...

Emefiele’s Control and IMF’s Applause

Tayo Isaac In a world where many economies are suffering and where there is no shortage of gloom forecast, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) cut Nigeria a break when it applauded the ‘tight monetary policy stance” of the Central Bank...

Emefiele And Financial Inclusion In Nigeria

By Andrew Idakwo In developing countries, there is a consistent challenge of ensuring that more and more persons, especially those in the rural areas and the poor, have access to financial services. Therefore, the term ‘financial inclusion’ is a constant recourse when...
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Subsidy removal: Petrol marketers now to fix pump price 

      In line with the new pricing regime for petrol, marketers are now free to fix the price of the commodity, the...
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Senate President Lawan leads Senate delegation on solidarity visit to Kalu

          Senate President Lawan leads Senate delegation on solidarity visit to Kalu after his release from Kuje Correctional Facility on Thursday  

Tragedy: DPO, seven other policemen, women  killed in Kogi 

  Armed robbers struck at a branch of a first generation bank in lsanlu, Kogi State, on Thursday leaving a trail of murders of nine people including...

Nigeria nominates Okonjo-Iweala for DG, World Trade Organization

  Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Nigeria's former Minister of Finance, has been nominated for election as the Director-General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) by President...

Police nab three dare-devil siblings for kidnap, murder of widow

  Three bloodthirsty siblings, who allegedly kidnapped and gruesomely murdered a 55-year old mother of five in Abuja and bolted to Imo State, are now...