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Read the full details on our digital edition when you join our WhatsApp Communities here. Here are the major headlines for today: Paying Remittances In Naira Will Worsen FX Crisis — Experts We Are Determined To Achieve Food Sufficiency For Nigeria — Tinubu Enugu Govt, SMEDAN Sign N1bn Partnership tions,” Radda added. Deal To Empower
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Paying Remittances In Naira Will Worsen FX Crisis — Experts

The fresh directive by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to Inter­national Money Transfer Oper­ators (IMTOs) to henceforth pay inbound remittances in naira has been described as one that will further worsen the crisis in the foreign exchange market. The CBN said payments are now to be made in naira in re­spect of inbound transfers
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We Are Determined To Achieve Food Sufficiency For Nigeria — Tinubu

 President Bola Ahmed Tinubu says his administration is revo­lutionising agriculture to make Nigeria self-sufficient in food production and a net exporter of agricultural products. Speaking when he received a delegation from the Global Ti­janiyya Movement led by Khal­ifa Muhammad Mahe Niass, at the Presidential Villa in Abuja, on Sunday, the president said his administration will
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Tinubu, Sanwo-Olu, Soludo, Uzodimma Mourn Wigwe, Ogunbanjo, Others

 INNOCENT OWEH; CHUKWUJEKWU ILOZUE President Bola Tinubu said he received with shock and deep distress the news of the passing of Mr. Herbert Wigwe, top banker and en­trepreneur, and Mr. Abim­bola Ogunbanjo, former Group Chairman of the Nigerian Exchange Group Plc, along with members of the Wigwe family. Wigwe, his wife, son, Chief Ogunbanjo and
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Wigwe: Life And Times Of A Banking Wizard

On Friday, February 9, 2024, the clock stopped ticking for one of the brightest bankers the African continent has seen, Dr. Herbert Onyewumbu Wigwe, Group Chief Executive Officer, Access Holdings, Nigeria’s biggest financial institution. He was killed in a helicopter crash on his way from California to Nevada along with his wife, Doreen and son,
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Police Warn Over Public Hostility Towards Medical Personnel In Kano

The Police Command in Kano State on Sunday warned members of the public against hostile ac­tions toward medical per­sonnel discharging their primary assignments in the state. The News Agency of Ni­geria (NAN) reports that the state Commissioner of Police, Mr. Hussaini Gumel, gave the warning while re­ceiving the state Chairman of the Nigerian Medical Association,
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Kano Agency Seals Warehouses For Hoarding Foodstuffs

 The Kano State Public Complaints and Anti-Cor­ruption Commission has confiscated 10 warehouses containing assorted food­stuffs in the Dawanau area of Dawakin Tofa Local Gov­ernment Area of the state. The commission’s Chairman, Muhyi Magaji, disclosed this to newsmen shortly after confiscating the warehouses in Dawa­nau International Grains Market, Singer Market, and Kwari Textiles Market on Sunday.
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UK Trade Minister, Kemi Badenoch, In Nigeria On Three-Day Visit

 The UK Minister for Busi­ness and Trade, Kemi Badenoch, has arrived in Nigeria to begin a three-day visit to deepen the UK-Nigeria partnership. Ndidiamaka Eze, the Senior Press & Public Affairs Officer at the UK High Commission in Ni­geria, disclosed this in a statement on Sunday. Following the former Foreign Secretary’s visit to Nigeria in
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‘Inflation Fast Approaching 30%, Expect Rate Hike’

LAGOS – As the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is set to release the January 2024 inflation report, this week, analysts at Finan­cial Derivatives Company (FDC) have projected that inflation rate for January 2024 May hit the 30 percent mark. They also projected that the Monetary Policy Com­mittee (MPC) of the Cen­tral Bank of Nigeria
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SERAP Sues Akpabio, Abbas Over Failure To Clarify Details Of N344.85bn NASS Budget

LAGOS – For failure to disclose, clari­fy and explain the details of N344.85 billion National As­sembly budget, and the ratio­nale for several budget items, such as the N6 billion budget­ed for two car parks, the So­cio-Economic Rights and Ac­countability Project (SERAP) has filed a lawsuit against the Senate President, Mr. God­swill Akpabio, and Speaker of
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