Rivers Set For Election, Delivers Electoral Materials

The Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC) in Rivers State, Gesila Khan, has said that ‘’all is now set for the Presidential and Assembly elections in Rivers State.’’ The Rivers State REC gave this assurance, during the formal delivery of sensitive materials from the CBN at the premises of the electoral body

Public Notice! It’s Unlawful To Transact Business In Dollars In Nigeria – CBN Governor

In the wake of the struggle by the Nigeria’s Apex Bank (CBN) to meet the demand for dollars in the foreign exchange market, its governor, Mr. Godwin Emefiele, has declared that the currency for transacting business in the country remains the naira, warning that it is illegal to carry out

INEC To Commence Distribution Of Sensitive Materials

The Independent National Electoral Commission in Anambra has said distribution of sensitive materials for Saturday’s election would commence on Thursday, as the materials have taken to the INEC office from the Central Bank of Nigeria where they had been deposited. At the Central Bank of Nigeria in Awka, representatives of

INEC Accredits 107 Observers To Monitor Polls

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) says it has accredited 107 domestic and international observers to monitor the general elections slated for March 28 and April 11, 2015. Among the observers accredited on Tuesday were embassies of 11 foreign nations of the United States of America, Switzerland, Britain, Germany, France,

INEC Says Ballot Papers Arrive States On Wednesday

The Independent national Electoral Commission, INEC, says that ballot papers for Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections are to be moved from the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN vaults on Wednesday March 25. The Chief Press Secretary to the INEC Chairman, Mr.

EFCC clears Soludo, says ex-CBN governor not involved in polymer bribery scandal

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The EFCC had interrogated several officials of the CBN and NSPM over allegations that they took bribes to switch the naira from paper to polymer The post EFCC clears Soludo, says ex-CBN governor not involved in polymer bribery scandal appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

Alleged Missing $20bn: Own Up to Your Errors, NNPC Tells Sanusi

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The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, yesterday, accused the Emir of Kano, HH Muhammadu Sanusi, of attempting to reinvent the wheel of his false allegations against the corporation, advising the former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, to own up and apologise for his errors. The NNPC was

NDIC won’t supervise banks – CBN

Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Godwin Emefiele The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has opposed the taking over of banking supervision by the Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC) as recommended in the corporation’s amendment act.

CBN Guarantees Safety Of Nigerian Banks

The Nigerian Apex Bank, CBN, has reassured all banks in the country of their safety, following the outcome of a stress test it conducted, VanguardNg reports. In a statement written and signed by the Director of Corporate Communications of the CBN, Alhaji Ibrahim Mu’azu, on Sunday in Abuja, it reads:

Nigerian banks are safe, says CBN

Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Godwin Emefiele The CBN has assured that Nigerian banks are safe, following the outcome of a stress test it conducted.

CBN re-assures on safety of Nigerian banks

The CBN also welcomed the progress in strengthening supervision and regulation, including cross-border activities. The post CBN re-assures on safety of Nigerian banks appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.

C/River: 700 Enterprises Receive N1.4 Billion From MSMEDF

Seven hundred enterprises in Cross River State have benefited from the disbursement of 2billion naira of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Development Fund (MSMEDF) , south-south Nigeria. The disbursement exercise which was carried out in Calabar, the state capital, through Cross River State Micro-finance and Enterprise Development Agency (MEDA), was