Sanyade Okoli, MD Travant Capital Advisory Limited, speaks on inflation and the Nigerian economy
By Guardian TV
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Sanyade Okoli talks to Guardian TV on the current situation of the Nigerian economy, including electricity tariffs and fuel scarcity.
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The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele has called for an emergency press briefing where he is expected to address growing concerns around the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. Johnson Chukwu, CEO of Cowry Asset Management joins CNBC Africa for more.
17 Apr 2020
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15 May 2020
Workers of the Transmission Company of Nigeria on Monday renewed their call for a review of the privatization process of the electricity sector.
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The scheduled increment of electricity tariff in Nigeria will begin from July this year according to the Minister of Power, Sale Mamman who has also noted that the COVID-19 outbreak has impacted plans to reposition Nigeria’s electricity market. Oti Ikomi, CEO and Executive Vice-Chairman of Proton Energy joins CNBC Africa for more.
1 Jul 2020
Calm might have returned to Tripoli after recent fighting, but electricity shortages still plague the Libyan capital, where generators chug incessantly. It's just one of many problems facing the oil-rich North African nation torn by violence since the 2011 overthrow of former dictator Moamer Kadhafi.
3 Jul 2020
Nigeria’s planned electricity tariff hike which was earlier scheduled for the first of July has been postponed until the first quarter of 2021. This decision was taken by the leadership of the National Assembly after a meeting with the regulators NERC, and representatives of electricity distributors. George Etomi, Director of the Eko Electricity Distribution Company joins me to discuss this story and more.
3 Jul 2020
Increase in electricity tariff only for the rich, not poor masses - Gbajabiamila
4 Jul 2020
Senate President Ahmed Lawan reacts to increase in electricity tariff
26 Aug 2020
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5 Sep 2020
As part of efforts to bridge its metering gap and get fair power supply pricing for users, Nigeria’s government has approved a one-year deferment of the 35 per cent Import Adjustment Tax imposed on fully built unit electricity meters. While the levy was initially imposed to encourage local production and protect investments in the local assembly of electricity meters, efforts are now more focused on ensuring more meters are rolled out. Executive Vice-Chairman and CEO of Proton Energy, Oti Ikomi joins CNBC Africa for more.
FG to meet labour over fuel and electricity hike, Flood kills 16, destroys 3,042 houses in Bauchi – SEMA and more
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