Category: Economy

U.S. Opens EducationUSA Advising Center in Calabar, Announces Opportunity Funds Program

   In its renewed efforts to reach out to students and youths in underserved communities, the U.S. Mission in Nigeria on Friday opened a new EducationUSA Advising Center in Calabar,…

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Aisha Abubakar- Achonu: FG should come to the aid of Garment Manufacturers

The fashion industry, like many others in Nigeria, has been hit hard by the impact the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic has had on the country’s economy, permanently changing lives, livelihoods and…

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Isah Aminu Buhari: CIN’s strategic collaboration with CNAS, has exposed our Institute to global visibility, recognition, principled national security debates and defense policies

Isah Aminu Buhari is the Vice President , Compliance Institute, Nigeria (CIN) and Co-Chair, Association of Certified Anti -Money Laundering  Specialists (ACAMS). He speaks with Adedayo Adejobi on the Apex Bank’s competency framework, the institute’s alliance with Center for a New American Security, IFCA and how Nigeria’s compliance industry has become…

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Confronting Nigeria’s Domestic Terrorism Threat and the Federal Government’s Complicit Body Language

Following the announcement by Fulani Herdsmen to withdraw their service and demanding an outrageous sum of N475bn compensation, threatening acute shortage of beef, vegetables, tomatoes and onions, among other essential edibles…

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 CIN To Hold Virtual Induction and Annual General Meeting Dec 5

Nigeria’s flagship umbrella body for all Compliance Professionals and Practitioners in the country, The Compliance Institute, Nigeria (CIN) is set to hold its 4th Annual induction ceremony on Saturday 5th…

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How Steve Bannon and a Chinese Billionaire Created a Right-Wing Coronavirus Media Sensation

Dr. Li-Meng Yan wanted to remain anonymous. It was mid-January, and Yan, a researcher in Hong Kong, had been hearing rumors about a dangerous new virus in mainland China that…

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Steinhoff Ex-CEO Jooste Fined $9.9m for Insider Deals

Steinhoff International Holdings NV former Chief Executive Officer Markus Jooste has been fined more than 162 million rand ($9.9 million) by a South African regulator for insider trading ahead of the…

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Will Nigerian Airlines Survive?

Since July 8, 2020 when the nation’s airspace was reopened for domestic flight operations, Nigerian airlines have been brainstorming on how to survive when after over three months of lockdown…

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Resurgence of Piracy in the Gulf of Guinea

In January this year when Nigeria was rated number one in pirates attack in the Gulf of Guinea by the International Maritime bureau (IMB), Nigeria stepped up its fight against…

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Senate to investigate gas tanker explosions

The Senate has directed its Committees on Petroleum Downstream, Gas Resources to investigate the remote and immediate causes of gas tanker explosions in parts of the country, with a view…

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