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7 Apr 2017
There is currently an outbreak of Cerebro Spinal Meningitis in Nigeria, majorly in some northern state. Citizens are therefore advised to take precautionary measures to avoid being infected.
7 Apr 2017
Nigeria is planning a new tax scheme that is expected to increase the country's tax to GDP ratio to 15 percent from 6 percent and aims to generate an estimated one billion dollars in the next three years.
6 Apr 2017
Meningitis outbreak in Nigeria, not an act of God - Dr Rilwanu Mohammed
6 Apr 2017
According to a recent report by the Nigeria Extraction industries Transparency Initiative, the NNPC - Nigeria's state oil company and its subsidiary, the NPDC, owe Nigeria over 20 billion dollars.
5 Apr 2017
A shortage of vaccines is proving to be a big challenge for authorities combating an outbreak of meningitis in Nigeria.
4 Apr 2017
Nigeria's bourse closed negative on Monday, as investors took profit from a number of counters. Meanwhile, the Central Bank of Nigeria on Monday disbursed a total of 240 million dollars to retail end-users and authorised forex dealers.
4 Apr 2017
FBN Quest's Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index for Nigeria recovered to 54.5 in March from 50 in February and the trend was seen across all company sizes.
31 Mar 2017
As the United Kingdom moves forward with the process to leave the European Union, what are consequences of this divorce on Nigeria?
30 Mar 2017
Unstable electricity supply affecting quality of telecom service in Nigeria - NCC
29 Mar 2017
Addressing Nigeria's population management strategy.
29 Mar 2017
Made-in-Nigeria initiative re-echoed at Tinubu colloquium.
25 Mar 2017
No part of Nigeria today hosts Boko Haram flag - Gen. John Enenche

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