* President Buhari has favoured strong currency
(Adds central bank, analyst comment)
ABUJA Nigeria's power generation has been significantly reduced due to a gas pipeline leak that forced the shutdown of four power stations, the nation's grid operator said on Friday.
ABUJA, April 26 Nigeria's power generation has
been significantly reduced due to a gas pipeline leak that
forced the shutdown of four power stations, the nation's grid
operator said on Friday.
ABUJA, April 18 Nigeria's most senior judge was
sacked on Thursday by a tribunal that convicted him of falsely
declaring his assets.
ABUJA, April 4 Nigeria will issue its first
30-year naira bond, the debt office said on Thursday, in a move
to attract long-term investors and extend the maturity profile
of its debt.
ABUJA A Nigerian judge on Thursday ordered the arrest of the leader of a group seeking the secession of a southeastern region over his failure to attend hearings nearly two years after his release on bail.
ABUJA, March 22 Nigeria's state-oil firm NNPC
said it plans to revamp its refineries to help Africa's biggest
crude oil producer to save billions of dollars on fuel imports
and has hired Italy's Maire Tecnimont to tackle the
Port Harcourt plant.
ABUJA, March 20 Nigeria plans to cut its stake
in joint oil ventures with multinational oil companies to 40
percent this year, its budget minister said, as the country
seeks to boost revenue to grow an economy recovering from
ABUJA Nigeria's ruling party took a close lead in elections for powerful state governors on Tuesday, although the final results hang in the balance as seven races were declared inconclusive or suspended.
* Atiku's party rejects early results, Buhari's backs