Nigeria gears up for Saturday's presidential polls
Nigeria gears up for Saturday's presidential polls.
Nigeria added to EU's dirty money blacklist
The European Commission has added Nigeria, Saudi Arabia and four U.S territories to a blacklist of nations that pose a threat owing to insufficient controls on terrorism financing and money laundering. Winston Osuchukwu, Co-Founder Trans-Sahara Incorporated joins CNBC Africa to discuss Nigeria’s Anti-Laundering strategy.
Deportation of migrants: Nigeria tells Cameroon to respect Int’l treaties on refugees
Deportation of Migrants: Nigeria task Cameroon to respect int'l treaties on refugees.
Insecurity throws Nigeria's election preparations into disarray
In northeast Nigeria, a surge in attacks by Boko Haram and the Islamist insurgency's offshoot, Islamic State West African Province, is throwing plans for the February 16 presidential election into chaos.
Nigeria steps up measures to control Lassa fever outbreak
Nigeria has begun stepping up its measures to control the Lassa fever outbreak in the country, which has already claimed the lives of 42 people since January.
2019 Elections: Wike alleges plot by NSA, INEC to shutdown internet in Nigeria
2019 Elections: Wike alleges plot by NSA, INEC to shut down internet in Nigeria.
Mercy Corps unveil $5mn AgriFin Digital Farmer initiative
AgriFin today launched the AgriFin Digital Farmer, a two year, $5 million initiative to support the expansion of high impact, digitally enabled services to at least 1 million farmers over two years across Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, and Nigeria.
Financial inclusion of women in Nigeria
One of the challenges facing women in Africa and Nigeria is the access to capital whether they require it to start a business or invest in informal trades. Financial inclusion can be defined as access to valuable financial products and services, (transactions, savings, credit and insurance) by individuals and enterprises.