China To Forgive 23 Interest-Free Loans To 17 African Countries

China has stated that it will forgive 23 interest-free loans to 17 African countries and will also provide food assistance…

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Google Invests Over $1.5 Billion Into Blockchain Companies In 10 Months

Google’s parent company, Alphabet, has invested over $1.5 billion into blockchain-focused companies between September 2021 and June 2022. This is…

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OPEC+ Okays September Output Target By 100,000 bpd

OPEC+ Okays September Output Target By 100,000 bpd

The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and its allies, known as OPEC+, have agreed to raise global oil output,…

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9mobile Unveils Online Entertainment Platform, 9TV

9mobile Unveils Online Entertainment Platform, 9TV

As part of efforts to provide Nigerians with quality and stress-relieving entertainment, the customer-friendly telecommunications company, 9mobile, has launched its…

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Flutterwave, Chipper Cash Not Licensed Payment Service Operators

Flutterwave, Chipper Cash Not Licensed Payment Service Operators — Kenyan Central Bank

The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) says Flutterwave and Chipper Cash are not licensed to operate in the country. Patrick…

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UBA

UBA To Announce Oliver Alawuba As New MD/CEO

One of Nigeria and Africa’s largest Bank’s United Bank for Africa, UBA is set to announce Oliver Alawuba as its…

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Why Aimloan App Was Taken Down From Google Play Store

Why Aimloan App Was Taken Down From Google Play Store

Aimloan app, a notorious lending platform and a loan shark known for compromising the data privacy of its customers and…

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Naira Plunges To Record Low N630/$1 At Black Market

Naira Plunges To Record Low N630/$1 At Black Market

Our Nigerian Naira Plunges To Record Low N630/$1 At Black Market QUICK LOAN ARENA is reporting that the Nigerian Naira…

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Worsening Energy Prices Will Increase Inflation

‘Worsening Energy Prices Will Increase Inflation’ — Manufacturing Firms Groan

Manufacturing firms in Nigeria are currently groaning and bedevilled by worsening energy prices characterized by diesel price hike that has…

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23 Million Young Nigerians Are Unemployable

23 Million Young Nigerians Are Unemployable – DG, Industrial Training Fund

Why 23 Million Young Nigerians Are Unemployable The Director General of the Industrial Training Fund (ITF), Sir Joseph Ari, has…

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