In 2001, Mr. Ade bought a plot of land in a place in Ibadan called Aduloju village. Little did he know that the land spelled trouble for him. The first problem he encountered was some people...
The Nigerian banking sector recorded impressive growth in the first quarter of the year, recording a 23.24% year-on-year increase in real GDP. This is also evidenced by the performance of the twelve commercial banks listed on...
Divisional Head, Retail, SME Banking and E-Business, Unity Bank Plc, Mr. Olufunwa Akinmade has explained that the “raison d’etre for launching the Bank’s latest retail product called Yanga is to create a unique product proposition aimed...
Like the recently held Easter and Ramadan celebrations, occasions in Nigeria are usually filled with various mouthwatering dishes, drinks, music, and fun. But it is common to see hosts getting worried about the perfect food combination...
Our attention has been drawn to recent reports of members of the public receiving text messages with account numbers. We implore members of the public that, as a financial institution, Wema Bank takes...
Sterling Bank Plc, Nigeria’s leading commercial bank, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Nigerian Optometrist Association (NOA) to automate operations, enhance capacity and provide funding at competitive interest rates for members of the...
Olayinka Olaoye, is one of the youngest Chief Executive Officers currently shaking Oil and Gas industry in Nigeria. The Ibadan Oyo State-born business man is the CEO of Fanfaro Oil in Abuja. He's also the Co-founder...
Though recreational, sports betting has made quite a lot of individuals become millionaires with various betting options and particularly the sports betting jackpots available to punters. Punters globally still struggle with how to win jackpots and...
Red Box here; another Red Box there. It’s not yet Christmas, but there are Red Boxes everywhere, what’s going on, gaan, gaan? These are the questions on everyone’s lips, as Lagosians woke up this...
Part of the crisis threatening peace in Nigeria and probably, all over the world is the struggle over land and natural resources. This crisis is rooted in a series of structural, historical, and socioeconomic factors. It...
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