The appointments of Mr. Ladi Balogun and James Ilori to the Board of Legacy Pension Managers (Legacy Pensions) come in the wake of the acquisition by FCMB Group of 60 percent of the company, raising its interest to 88%. The Central Bank of Nigeria, the National Pension Commission, and the Securities and Exchange Commission approved the transaction in November 2017. The board appointments have also received the approval of the National Pension Commission.
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has recorded its highest revenue collection ever of over N1 trillion as against N770 billion target set for 2017.
The Service Public Relations Officer, Mr Joseph Attah, announced this at a news conference in Abuja on Thursday.
According to him, the revenue realised this year is a historic figure ever made in the NCS.
“NCS has recorded the highest revenue collection ever of N1,012,259,006,779.74 with five more working days to the end of 2017.
Photo/NAN: Mr Tanko Suleiman, Nigeria’s Acting Consul-General in New York, with some Nigerians during the introduction of the biometric visa.
The Nigerian Consulate in New York has said that applicants for the Nigerian visa can now get it in 48 hours with the introduction of the issuance of the biometric visa.
The acting Consul-General, Tanko Suleiman, who disclosed this at the commencement of the biometric visa processing in New York, said the new process had simplified the issuance of Nigerian visa.
Annual inflation in Nigeria slowed for the tenth month in a row in November, easing to 15.90 percent, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said on Monday in a report.
A separate food price index showed inflation at 20.30 percent in November, compared with 20.31 percent in October.
In October Central Bank Governor Godwin Emefiele said he expected inflation rates to fall at a faster pace and reach high single-digit rates by the middle of 2018.
A Nigerian tariff on car imports aimed at boosting local production has reduced the number of vehicles brought into the country this year by a quarter and fuelled smuggling from neighbouring Benin, the ports authority said.
Car imports fell to 70,453 units in the first 10 months of this year, a 26.8 percent reduction on the same period of 2016, Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) figures showed.
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 edition of its prestigious NSE CEO Awards. The winners were unveiled at the awards ceremony on Wednesday, December 13, 2017, at the Stock Exchange House, Lagos.
Dangote Cement Plc was named the Most Compliant Listed Company for 2017, having demonstrated the highest degree of compliance with the rules and regulations regarding disclosure obligations of listed companies on the Exchange in 2017.
Lagos State governor Akinwunmi Ambode on Monday presented the 2018 budget of N1.046 trillion to the state House of Assembly.
The budget, tagged: “Budget of Progress and Development” is 28.67 per cent higher than that of 2017 which was N812 billion.
The 2018 budget has a capital expenditure of N699 billion and a recurrent expenditure of N347billion.
The capital to recurrent ratio of the budget stood at 67:33.