Category Archives: Industries

Electricity: Generation, transmission peaks at 5,375MW

Electricity: Generation, transmission peaks at 5,375MW – TCN

The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) says the National Grid successfully transmitted a new generation peak of 5,375MW on Feb. 7. Mrs Ndidi Mbah, TCN

Kaduna govt. spends N380.7m on students

Kaduna govt. spends N380.7m on students

NECO, NABTEB examinations: Kaduna govt. spends N380.7m on students Ja’afaru Sani, Kaduna State Commissioner for Education Science and Technology. Kaduna State Government said on Monday

FIRS to sell properties of 52 firms: N3.4bn tax debt

FIRS to sell properties of 52 firms

The Federal Inland Revenue Service is to dispose of the properties of 52 companies over tax debts valued at about N3.4bn. Investigations by our correspondent

How Africa’s populous nation plans to generate $30 billion from Made in Nigeria

How Africas populous nation

Parties to the agreement include African Export-Import Bank, Africa Finance Corp., the African Development Bank, Bank of Industry and Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority. President Muhammadu

Uncertainties, security, price to affect Nigeria’s oil sector

Uncertainties, security, price to affect Nigeria’s oil sector

Experts urge politicians to watch comments The oil and gas sector in Nigeria, particularly upstream, will be affected by policy uncertainties, security, and slump in

Soft drinks giant, Coca-Cola, takes full ownership of Nigeria’s Chi juice company

Soft drinks giant, Coca-Cola, takes full ownership of Nigeria's Chi juice company

Soft drinks giant, Coca-Cola, takes full ownership of Nigeria’s Chi juice company, Chi is Nigeria’s largest juice maker, known for its Chivita and Hollandia juice,

Volume of trade on Africa’s online market worth $300bn

Volume of trade on Africa’s online market worths $300bn

The volume of trade on Africa’s online market, according to Emarketer.com could be worth as much as $300bn by 2025. Despite the inadequacy of infrastructure

I want Africans to experience true e-Commerce – Mall for Africa

e-Commerce

Chris Folayan is the CEO of Mall for Africa. In this interactive session at the World Retail Insight held in United Kingdom (U.K), he spoke

30 fuel vessels, others stuck on Lagos high sea

30 fuel vessels, others stuck on Lagos high sea

The Nigerian Customs Service (NCS) cumbersome documentation process may have delayed about 25 vessels currently stuck on the Lagos high sea, laden with petroleum products,

AXA Mansard partners Techpoint on SMEs in Nigeria

AXA Mansard partners Techpoint on SMEs in Nigeria

To capture more Nigerians into the insurance scheme, especially the youths, a global leader in insurance business, AXA Mansard Insurance, has said it will continue

Dangote explains investment in refinery, petrochemicals

Dangote explains investment in refinery, petrochemicals

The ongoing investment in refining, petrochemicals, fertilizer and gas is driven by the desire to bring innovation and efficiency into all aspects of Nigeria’s oil

Nigeria lacks policies to drive aviation, tourism development

Nigeria lacks policies to drive aviation, tourism development

Bernard Bankole is the president of the National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies (NANTA), the downstream sector of the aviation sector. Bankole, in this interview

Multiple taxation choking Telcos, says ALTON

Multiple taxation choking Telcos, says ALTON

Telecommunications operating companies in Nigeria have again urged the federal government to review the Amended Tax Order of 2015 to reduce multiple taxation. To them,

Stakeholders seek market segmentation for telecom growth

Stakeholders seek market segmentation for telecom growth

Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), in December last year announced that the country has achieved the set target of 30 per cent broadband penetration, this telecommunications