Inside Nigerian Banks, an insider’s perspective on sector reforms
Published in 2016 by Pen Print Solution Ventures, Lagos, Nigeria, Inside Nigerian Banks written by journalist, writer and editor, Nik Ogbulie, gives a rich analysis and firsthand...
Igbo want new constitution, six-year rotational presidency
Political, religious and traditional leaders from the southern part of the country gathered in Awka, the Anambra State capital, yesterday, calling for a restructuring of the federation.They attributed the pockets of agitations across the country to a faulty federal structure....
‘Regulatory capture’ cause of mutilated naira notes in circulation, other malfeasance by banks, says Owoh
Commercial banks in the country may be having dominion over the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), resulting in the apex bank losing the regulatory grip over them, thus paving way for a free reign of malfeasances...
FSS 2020 project: Trudging to destination 12 years after
Consistency and sustainability have been words mostly used in policy arena to measure commitment and degree of success. This is more important in the financial system...
PPA candidate flays late arrival of materials
The Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA) candidate in the Anambra governorship election, Godwin Ezeemo, has accused officials of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of plotting to alienate his supporters.
Anambra 2017: As campaigns flag off, parties shop for surrogates
On paper, a total of thirty-seven political parties have fielded candidates for the November 18, 2017 governorship poll in Anambra State.
Why we can’t provide meters to all houses, businesses, by Discos
The Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED) has attributed the inability of electricity distribution companies (DisCos) to provide prepaid meters to private homes and commercial premises to the prevailing liquidity crisis in the sector.
Stakeholders worried about N1.8tr debt service in 2017
Again, the rising cost of debt for the country’s economy, for the third consecutive time, emerged the top three allocations in the national budget, taking a chunk of N1.8 trillion.
Monetary, fiscal policies still far from desirable, Soludo insists
Former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo, yesterday in Lagos, reechoed the warnings that the two major development instruments of the nation- monetary and fiscal policies are still far below desirable.