BusinessDay reported that the total wealth of India’s richest individuals is on the verge of reaching a trillion dollars, ...
The World Happiness Report ranked the happiest countries for individuals aged 30 and under, encompassing both Gen Z (born 1981-1996) and millennials (born 1997-2012). According to the World Happiness ...
Tunde Onakoya, a professional chess player and founder of Chess in Slums Africa has said that he would attempt to break the Guiness World record for the longest Chess marathon.
Nigerian lender Zenith Bank Plc seeks to create 31.3 billion new shares, aiming to raise additional capital. The exact amount wasn’t disclosed in a filing with the Nigerian Exchange Group (NGX) on ...
In 2020, a largely uncharted and coveted field in Nigerian healthcare saw a shift with the establishment of the first indigenous subspecialty radiology reporting company. Dr Chindemu Anosike and Dr ...
Data from the World Bank shows the wealth of India jumped more than fivefold in 20 years. The country’s GDP per capita rose by 414.1 percent to $2,411 in 2022 from $469 in 2002. This compares with ...
Dangote Cement Plc is currently issuing its series 13 and 14 Commercial Paper (CP) of up to N100 billion under its N300 billion Commercial Paper issuance programme. The CPs issuance is scheduled to ...
The Olubadan in council also known as the Kingmakers of Ibadanland, on Friday, unveiled Oba Owolabi Olakulehin as the 43rd Olubadan of Ibadanland.
Edo State is the only state in Nigeria that can boast of the establishment of four cement companies and two modular refineries between 2013 and 2024. Dangote cement, Bua cement in Okpella, Edo Modular ...
The CBN’s directive banning the use of Non-Export Domiciliary Account Collateral for naira loans will boost dollar liquidity, support reserves accretion and strengthen the financial services sector, ...
David Umahi, Nigeria’s minister of works has said the Lagos-Calabar Coastal Highway will cost N4 billion per kilometre and not N8 billion as indicated by former Vice President Atiku Abubakar . For a ...
In the trading week ended Friday April 12, Nigeria’s stock market closed in the red zone, declining by 1.09 percent. Investors booked about N638billion loss in the review trading week. In the review ...