Nigerian equities reverse gains after election postponement
19 February 2019 | 5:23 am
Nigeria’s equities market has reversed gains from last week. Traders say it is the market’s reaction to the postponement of the Nigerian general election.
23 Oct 2019
Nigeria's decision to close its land borders was aimed at cracking down on smuggling. But traders in neighboring Niger say their businesses are being crippled as a result.
14 Nov 2019
More than 400 displaced traders of demolished fruit market in Ikosi-Ketu, Lagos took to the streets to protest govt action. They are calling on the state lawmakers to intervene.
29 Nov 2019
Nigeria's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) noted that the persisting bearish trend in the equities market has started to abate in November. Baba Ibrahim, Managing Director of Mainstreet Securities joins CNBC Africa from the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) for a focus on Nigeria’s equities market.
30 Jan 2020
Traders in Ghana have labeled Abuja's decision to continue shutting its border as needless and un-African. On the contrary, Nigeria claims the border closure has spurred local production and reduced arms smuggling.
20 Mar 2020
Super eagles player, Kenneth Omeruo has reacted to the postponement of AFCON over the spread of Coronavirus and the how it has impacted on the players in Spain. Kenneth says it is indeed a terrible situation, it is something no one expected at this crucial time in the season of football.
19 Apr 2020
Ghana is the seventh largest trading partner of China in Africa. Thousands of businesses and traders in the West African country rely heavily on products from China to serve millions of consumers but the outbreak of the Coronavirus especially in China means they can’t access goods to stay in business. They are beginning to feel the impact
22 Apr 2020
Divine Oduduru is a Nigerian track and field sprinter specializing in the 100-meter dash and 200-meter dash. He spoke with GuardianTV's Solomon Fowowe about the postponement of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games, Coronavirus, the Athletics Federation of Nigeria, and his future goals.
4 Aug 2020
The Olympics should be in full swing, with the Paralympics next up. But the coronavirus forced a postponement until 2021. DW spoke to athletes and coaches from around the world to find out what that's meant for them.
20 Sep 2020
The Ghana Union of Traders Association says Nigerians represent about 80 per cent of people engaged in illegal retail trade-in Ghana. Joseph Paddy, PRO of the Ghana Union of Traders Association joins CNBC Africa for more.
16 Sep 2020
Nigerian traders in Ghana have accused local authorities of discrimination after many had their shops closed in the capital Accra. The fight over retail commerce seems a minor issue, but ...
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Nigerian traders operating in Ghana have requested to be repatriated back to Nigeria. The traders expressed their intention in a letter delivered to Abike Dabiri-Erewa, chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NiDCOM), spokesman for the commission Gabriel Odu disclosed.
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