Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Wednesday, February 13, 2019

    BUSINESSDAY 2019 Elections: Industry awaits the ‘Mr President’ that understands role of insurance in economy Buhari vs. Atiku: It’s still the economy, stupid Hospitality, aviation sectors foresee lull beyond election week How Agric Ministry’s tardiness costs Nigeria N576m Nigerian ports handle 85% of import trade value at over $15bn annually Updated: Nigeria’s plan […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Tuesday, February 12, 2019

      BUSINESSDAY Atiku campaign gathers momentum ahead of Saturday’s election MainOne aims to raise Africa’s digital profile with over $300 million investments in broadband infrastructure Capital Alliance, Elalan disrupt property market with $165m Blue Water Lagos Nigeria misses out on countries targeted by Dubai for investment in 2019 President Buhari set to launch […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Monday, February 11, 2019

      BUSINESSDAY Oil majors shy on Nigeria, look elsewhere for growth opportunities Govt hypocrisy shows as trucks return to Lagos roads after Buhari’s visit Pious socialist or brash liberal: Nigeria’s choice this week General T.Y. Danjuma and the other generals with nine lives Buhari, Atiku offer distinct pathways to Nigeria’s economic future How […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Saturday, February 9, 2019

    BUSINESSDAY As Buhari storms ‘enemy territory’: APC points to 29 wins for Niger Delta so far PDM adopts Atiku as consensus candidate Federal Govt. to establish National Library in Delta, Anambra, Ekiti, and three other states FG to begin 90 days free passenger service on Lagos- Abeokuta rail corridor Court orders arrest of […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Friday, February 8, 2019

      BUSINESSDAY Liquidity crunch hits SMEs as high interest rates curb lending Forte Oil shareholders endorse Otedola’s plans to acquire upstream assets Why corruption fight may not decide votes on Feb. 16 Is Buhari’s fight against corruption mythical or real Whither the new Ashiwajus’ Nigerian politics post 2019 elections Create more cancer awareness […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, February 7, 2019

    BUSINESSDAY 237,000 graduates in private-guard jobs buttress Nigeria’s precarious economy Rising population seen to spur milk consumption as hunt for nutrition grows Consumer firms hit with inventory surge amid sales slump Explainer: Why U.S embassy drop box users now wait up to 30 days for visas Still waiting for Nigeria’s refineries’ concessioning Lagos […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Wednesday, February 6, 2019

      BUSINESSDAY Rising unemployment, poverty, insecurity worry voters 10 days to elections Why Nigeria must promote local cocoa consumption Niger Delta oil reserves half-way through their lifespan Lagos airport road, Oshodi transport inter-change for completion Mission drift and microfinance in Nigeria Showcase success stories of agripreneurs to attract youths, experts tell FG Ghana […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Tuesday, February 5, 2019

    BUSINESSDAY NNPC privatisation, stable power top presidential candidates’ agenda for energy sector More businesses cry out after BusinessDay article exposes FX scheme Africa to see over $10bn infrastructure IPO from telecom, media, technology in 2019 Investors shrug off risks to Caverton earnings despite air mishap MTN expects 20% surge in earnings after settling […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Monday, February 4, 2019

    BUSINESSDAY EXPOSED: The sleazy face of N306/$ PZ Cussons and Nigeria’s exit rumours New minimum wage means more woes for cash-strapped Nigerian states Flashback: Examining Nigeria’s best path to prosperity Regulation allowing direct purchase of electricity from producers flounders 2 years on Buhari: The deception of a ‘converted’ democrat Manufacturers set 15% GDP […]

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