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Nigerian opposition candidate says he would remove multiple exchange rate

16 Jan 2019

LAGOS The main opposition candidate for next month's presidential election in Nigeria said on Wednesday he would eliminate multiple exchange rates to attract foreign investors.

Nigerian opposition candidate seeks to privatise state oil firm

16 Jan 2019

LAGOS Nigeria's main opposition candidate for president said on Wednesday he would seek to privatise the state oil company and other government assets if elected next month, while removing a costly petrol subsidy, to revive the economy.

Nigerian opposition candidate says he would remove multiple exchange rate

16 Jan 2019

LAGOS The main opposition candidate for next month's presidential election in Nigeria said on Wednesday he would eliminate multiple exchange rates to attract foreign investors.

South Africa's MTN pays $53 million to settle $8.1 billion Nigeria dispute

24 Dec 2018

LAGOS/JOHANNESBURG South African telecoms operator MTN Group has agreed to make a $53 million payment to resolve a dispute in Nigeria, it said on Monday, ending a four-month multi-billion dollar dividend repatriation row that has hammered its share price.

UPDATE 2-South Africa's MTN pays $53 mln to settle $8.1 bln Nigeria dispute

24 Dec 2018

* MTN says its tax affairs in Nigeria are up to date (Adds MTN statement, details)

Exclusive: Nigerian energy sector's crippling debts delay next power plant

21 Dec 2018

LAGOS Plans to build another privately-financed power station in Nigeria to help end decades of chronic blackouts have been delayed because of concerns about persistent shortfalls in payments for electricity across the sector.

Nomads and farmers in fight for Nigeria's heartland

20 Dec 2018

MAKURDI, Nigeria - A Reuters analysis of land use data shows how a massive expansion of farming in Nigeria's Middle Belt has cut access to grazing land for nomadic herders and fuelled persistent violence. | Video

Nigeria land feud victim bears scars of attack

20 Dec 2018

MAKURDI, Nigeria Peter Zion has been unable to hold his infant son since attackers wielding machetes cut him so badly that his hands lost their ability to grip.

Nigeria land feud victim bears scars of attack

19 Dec 2018

MAKURDI, Nigeria Peter Zion has been unable to hold his infant son since attackers wielding machetes cut him so badly that his hands lost their ability to grip.

Nigeria land feud victim bears scars of attack

19 Dec 2018

MAKURDI, Nigeria Peter Zion has been unable to hold his infant son since attackers wielding machetes cut him so badly that his hands lost their ability to grip.

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