Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Saturday, February 23, 2019

    BUSINESSDAY Manufacturers canvass reduction of corporate taxes to attract investors Google takes down inaccurate N184/$ fx rate I’m not in Delta to rig any election ‘ REC Dorcas Cancer Foundation promote childhood cancer awareness, visit patients at LUTH Challenging work environment, immigration of Nigeria’s health workers weaken sector Election: Cleen Foundation raises alarm […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Friday, February 22, 2019

    BUSINESSDAY Abiy Ahmed puts Ethiopia on path to a miracle says Oxford professor Nigeria shocks IOCs with demand for N20bn in back taxes Wearied voters hang hope on INEC assurances Electoral reforms in emerging markets hold big lessons for Nigeria’s INEC Voting at elections is a sacred duty 4-year election cycle as a […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, February 21, 2019

    BUSINESSDAY How Nigerian content creators are finding goldmine on YouTube Court to hear suit against FIRS spending on April 15 States pump N251bn into non-viable airports amid infrastructure deficit 2019: Is Nigeria preparing for war Political desperation, fiery rhetoric battering Nigeria’s image Trade sector foreign investments pick up in 2018 Retail firms see […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Wednesday, February 20, 2019

      BUSINESSDAY No new attack, yet palpable fears persist for Nigeria’s oil facilities Nigeria’s agric sector records lowest growth rate since 2010 PDP cautions against military intervention in elections Why Nigeria may not benefit from rising oil prices in 2019 Average cost of food commodities rose 0.02% in January Bridging the energy gap […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Tuesday, February 19, 2019

    BUSINESSDAY Political uncertainty drives real estate sector further into recession in 2018 How Lagos power tussle cost Nigeria ABAT truck terminal at Orile-Iganmu, others There is high investment appetite for Nigeria’s gas sector ‘ Mama Who are those elected to serve Nigerians Investors sell Nigerian assets on election delay External reserves decline to […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Monday, February 18, 2019

      BUSINESSDAY Parties defy INEC, to resume campaign today Election postponement: Buhari, APC NEC meet to review strategy 2019 budget, new minimum wage, other bills suffer setback as NASS postpones resumption How Tranos emerged as Nigeria’s manufacturing giant General T.Y. Danjuma and the other generals with nine lives Diaspora Nigerians sent $277bn home […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Sunday, February 17, 2019

      BUSINESSDAY Widespread condemnation trails election shift Only partnerships can solve Africa’s health challenges ‘ co-founder of ABCHealth Lagos’ new boost for the physically challenged Providing cleaner, better world for communities Make security paramount, Ikpeazu tasks newly appointed commissioner, TC bosses IMO Council: As Nigeria looks to return to Category C FIRS suspends […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Saturday, February 16, 2019

    BUSINESSDAY Taraba corp members, election observers stranded as INEC postpones elections APC silent as INEC postpones today’s elections PDP rejects shift in election date, asks INEC Chairman to resign Situation Room expresses shock over shift in elections Nigeria postpones 2019 general elections, citing logistics, Operational Challenges Elections: We will not support any political […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Friday, February 15, 2019

      BUSINESSDAY Failure to meet sanitary, phytosanitary requirements limit Nigeria’s role in foreign trade Nigeria need resilient public healthcare system to curb disease outbreak Venezuela’s crisis shows why credible elections matter this Saturday Nigeria’s cassava potential stuck in low innovation, poor financing Landlord/tenant cases in court rising as economic hardship deepens Political parties […]

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Nigerian Newspapers Headlines, Thursday, February 14, 2019

    BUSINESSDAY Despite improved capital importation, Nigeria’s FDI leaves nothing to cheer Beyond peace accords: Nigeria needs violence-free elections Nigerians tighten purse before election as retailers count their losses North African countries leave Nigeria behind in job creation, poverty reduction Weak consumer spending pushes trade sector to 3 year negative growth Amazon wooed to […]

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