NSE announces chief executives of emerging entities

The National Council of the Nigerian Stock Exchange has announced the chief executive officers of its operating and non-operating companies. The appointment is put in place upon the completion of its ongoing ‘demutualisation’ exercise. Demutualisation refers to a process by which a private company legally changes its structure, in order to become a public-traded, profit-making company owned... Continue Reading →

Survival Fund: Nigerian govt commences payment to beneficiaries

The federal government has commenced payment to beneficiaries of the payroll support scheme under the MSME Survival Fund. Presidential spokesman, Laolu Akande, confirmed this in a statement Wednesday night. He said so far, 101,567 verified employees drawn from 16,250 companies have received their first monthly payment. The official noted that the initiative was designed to... Continue Reading →

Fed Govt will engage youths, address job creation, says minister

Information and Culture Minister Lai Mohammed has assured Nigerians that the Federal Government will continue to engage the youth and address issues of job creation and poverty reduction. Mohammed stated this on Monday while addressing reporters at Federal Government’s consultative meeting with political and traditional leaders in the Southwest at the Lagos House in Alausa,... Continue Reading →

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