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February 03

  • Nigeria: Coal Power to the Rescue

    Today, coal-fired power plants provide about 41 per cent of global electricity. With Nigeria's electricity challenges, the government is turning to coal as an alternative energy... Read more »



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August 06, 2014

  • Nigeria: Heavy Rain Delay Cocoa Harvest

    Heavy rainfall and poor sunshine across Nigeria's eastern cocoa-growing region of Cross Rivers over the past week will delay harvesting the new season's crop by at least a month,... Read more »



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November 11, 2013

  • Nigeria: Fortis MFB to Boost Financial Inclusion

    Fortis Microfinance Bank Plc (Fortis MFB), which was listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) last year, has said its robust business model and service delivery will boost the... Read more »



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October 12, 2013

  • Nigeria: Glut Hits Property Market

    THE PROPERTY MARKET IS WITNESSING UPSURGE IN VACANCIES OF RENTAL ACCOMMODATIONS, EVEN AT THE LOWER END. THIS UNUSUAL PHENOMENON BECAME NOTICEABLE FROM THE FIRST QUARTER OF THIS... Read more »



September 17, 2013

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