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Andrew Efurhievwe

24 May 2018
The Nigerian leasing industry continued its growth trend in 2017, as the outstanding lease volume grew to N1.44 trillion, against N1.26 trillion in 2016, representing a growth of 14.5 per cent.
6 Feb 2018
The Secretary of Equipment Leasing Association of Nigeria (ELAN) Mr Andrew Efurhievwe has insisted that for the nation’s economy to improve before the end of the year...
29 Aug 2017
The Equipment Leasing Association of Nigeria (ELAN), has said to grow the nation’s economy out of recession, there is a need for government to utilise leasing for national economic development.
11 May 2017
The Executive Secretary, Equipment Leasing Association of Nigeria (ELAN), Andrew Efurhievwe, said: “Our market projections show that the leasing industry will blossom, owing to the various initiatives of government aimed at...
20 Mar 2017
The Equipment Leasing Association of Nigeria (ELAN) has lauded the Federal Government over the recently released three-year Economic Recovery and Growth Plan (ERGP).


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Renewed investors’ appetite in the shares of MTN Nigeria (MTNN) and 20 stocks aided the Nigerian Exchange Limited (NGX) to stage a rebound in the last trading session of the month of November as capitalisation increased by N183 billion.
59 mins ago
As scarcity of the premium motor spirit (PMS), popularly called petrol, continues to spread across many states in the country, as a result of drop in supply by the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited
1 hour ago
Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) has said it is championing moves to ensure its enabling Act is reviewed by the National Assembly (NASS).
1 hour ago
Webb Fontaine has set up a cargo tracking system for use by the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) in Apapa port, Lagos, to monitor containers and prevent diversions from specified movement itineraries as well as loss and theft of cargo.
1 hour ago
The Chief Financial Officer of APM Terminal Nigeria, Courage Obadagbonyi, has said Nigeria has to find creative ways to unleash private sector participation in port rehabilitation and development instead of depending on government funding through borrowing.