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In Less Than a Year, Nigeria Now PayPal’s Number Two Market in Africa

With online retailers Jumia and Konga making considerable inroads in Africa’s largest economy and with the exponential growth of other online transactions, PayPal has revealed that Nigeria has already grown to become its second largest market in Africa after South Africa, less than one year after it was launched in Nigeria. Making this known, Malvina … Continue reading

Nigerian government’s e-revenue collection scheme takes off

The Central Bank of Nigeria has announced the commencement of the Federal Government’s independent electronic revenue collection scheme throughout the country. The new scheme, under the treasury single account initiative, is aimed at deploying the automated e-collection platform and other electronic payment channels to handle revenue collection business for ministries, departments and agencies. The new … Continue reading

France salutes Jonathan’s automobile industry efforts

The French Government has recognized the developmental strides President Goodluck Jonathan has made in Nigeria asserting that the nation is very much on the rise and they would like to be part of this. The outgoing French Ambassador to Nigeria, Mr. Jacques de Labriolle made this known on Sunday during an interview with the News … Continue reading

Auto policy: 10 more auto plants to begin operations

Ten more auto plants have finalised plans to begin operations in Nigeria before the end of this year. motor-auto The Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, Mr. Olusegun Aganga, disclosed this during a meeting with vehicle manufacturers, dealers and licensed Customs agents in Abuja. He said, “From the stakeholders meetings we have held so far, … Continue reading

BoI Pledges More Investment as Vehicle Importation Dips by 20%

The nation’s industrial development finance institution, Bank of Industry (BoI), has stated that it is fully convinced about the feasibility of automobile manufacturing in Nigeria and is ready to inject more funds to boost the industry. The bank said it was impressed with Nigeria’s determination to join the league of industrialised nations like Germany, Britain, … Continue reading

Corruption index: ‘Nigeria’s improvement confirms Jonathan’s anti-corruption fight’

The Special Assistant to President Goodluck Jonathan on New Media, Mr. Reno Omokri, has noted that the Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index 2014 confirmed the success of the anti-corruption fight of the president. Nigeria improve on the CPI from 144 in 2013 to 136 this year. He attributed the success to the clinical surgical incision … Continue reading

Slowly But Steadily, Jonathan’s Transformative Drive Paying off

Within few years in the saddle, President Goodluck Jonathan has made appreciable progress in the pursuit of his transformation agenda for the development of Nigeria, reports Kunle Aderinokun In August 2012, President Goodluck Jonathan struck Nigerians with a comment to the effect that he is the most criticised president in the world. Not a few … Continue reading

DHQ Commissions First DNA Centre In Sub Sahara Africa

On Wednesday, 21 May 2008, 46 soldiers from the 234 Battalion of the Nigerian Army, Monguno, Borno State, who were involved in an auto crash in Siminti village along Bauchi and Yobe states border, were burnt to death when the vehicle in which they were travelling collided with a petroleum tanker. The victims were so … Continue reading

Another PLUS for the Transformation Agenda – Stallion Group Delivers Made-in-Nigeria Hyundai

Barely three months after delivering the made-in-Nigeria Nissan range of vehicles, the Stallion Group has delivered yet again on another promise — the manufacturing and assemblying of Hyundai range of vehicles. The chairman of the Stallion Goup, Mr Sunil Vaswani, who broke the news yesterday promised that the new vehicles “will be affordably priced,” in … Continue reading

Peugeot Nigeria bounces back – Daily Trust

After over a decade of being in the business red, PAN Nigeria Limited is gradually bouncing back to black. Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of PAN, Alhaji Ibrahim Boyi was all enthusiasm last Thursday when he visited Media Trust to share the automobile plant’s progressive return to glory. PAN, formerly Peugeot Automobile Nigeria Limited, … Continue reading

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