Federal Executive Council
Reviewing Nigeria’s tax reforms
In February 2017, Nigeria's Federal Executive Council approved the revised national tax policy to promote investment and improve the government's revenue collection. In June this year, two executive orders and five amendment bills were also been approved to improve Nigeria's taxation system.
Nigerian govt. to investigate Abuja Earth Tremor
The Federal Executive Council (FEC) Wednesday in Abuja set up a ministerial committee to investigate the earth tremor which rocked Abuja last Thursday and report its findings to the council.
Nigeria plans to revamp its health sector
Nigeria’s Federal Executive Council has approved 6.07 trillion naira for the implementation of the country’s second health sector plan, earlier presented by the National Health Council on Health in June this year. Dr. Ifeanyi Nsofor, Chief Executive Officer of EpiAfric joins CNBC Africa to review the health plan and its impact of the country’s health sector.
Ministries must respond to complains within 72 hours - FEC
The Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting on Wednesday approved N192.9 billion for roads and bridges in the country.
Nigerian government approves N185bn roads, N6.5bn ITF conference centre
The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved the rehabilitation, repair and construction of 14 roads in different parts of the country.
MTN N330bn Fine: Nigerian gov. okays N500m legal fees for lawyers
The Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday approved the payment of N500 million legal fees to lawyers for the recovery of N330 billion fine from the Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN).
Everything you need to know about Nigeria's tax reforms
In a bid to reduce the tax burden on its citizens, Nigeria’s Federal Executive Council recently approved two Executive Orders and five amendment bills to the country’s tax policies.
Nigeria to spend N38.03bn on 9th Mile - Orokam road
The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved additional N80bn for the rehabilitation of Section II of Lagos-Ibadan Expressway from Sagamu to Ibadan.
Nigerian govt. approves N7bn to fortify United Nations building in Abuja
The Federal Executive Council on Wednesday approved N6,972,986,898 for the contract for the provision of security equipment and associated infrastructure for the United Nations building in Abuja.