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The Naira has gained against United States dollar at the parallel market as Central Bank of Nigeria continues to fight market speculators and currency hoarders.
A young boy got help from an NGO after he lamented about the economic recession and suggested a mass burial for all political leaders in Nigeria.
The Naira on Tuesday, April 4, strengthened against the Dollar at the parallel market as it currently trades at N390/$1 as against the previous rate of N395/$1.
Adesina said in the statement obtained by NAIJ.com on Tuesday, April 4 that the launch of the programme follows its approval by the Federal Executive Council.
NAIJ.com has obtained a video where Senator Dino Melaye, in a heated plenary debate on economic recession and 2017 budget, criticised the government.
The improving fortune of the Naira in the parallel market has been halted as it depreciated to N395 against the Dollar, N480 against Pound and N415 against Euro
William, had been interviewed in a street vox pop, where he stated that the solution to the problem in Nigeria, was for the leaders to get a mass burial.
The IMF which just concluded its Article IV consultation with Nigeria has given President Buhari advice on what he must do to save the country from recession.
The improving fortune of the Nigerian Naira in the parallel market was Thursday, March 31, 2017 halted as it depreciated to N390 against the American Dollar.
AY Comedian spoke exclusively to NAIJ.com about the very harsh effect of this recession and how it has affected him as the richest comedian in Nigeria.
NAIJ.com correspondent went on the street of Lagos to interviewed Nigerians as President Buhari's administration celebrates two years in office.
NAIJ.com reporter went on the street to interview people over the economic recession the country has been battling with since the beginning of 2016.
The personal assistant to the president on social media, Lauretta Onochie has said Nigeria is gradually pulling through the hard times and taking giant strides.
The Nigerian Naira on Thursday, March 23, closed at N400/$1 and edged closer towards N350 per Dollar at the parallel market otherwise known as black market.
The Nigerian Naira on Wednesday, March 22, gained massive 20 points against the American Dollar, Pound Sterling and 15 points against the Euro at black market.
The Nigerian Senate has approved President Muhammadu Buhari's request to acquire $500million in Eurobonds from abroad to fund the deficit in the 2016 budget.
A Twitter user identified as @Dacosta9110, took to his timeline to share his inspiring grass-to-grace story, advising people not to give up their struggle.
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Nigerian economy has begun to grow out of its economic recession which saw 10 months of consecutive contraction, March Sales Managers’ Index (SMI) data by World
Nigerian Naira on Tuesday, March 21, gained massive 15 points against the American Dollar and Euro but stayed unchanged against the Pound Sterling....
Let me in the first instance make it known to that recession bites hard on the poor not the rich. It may sting the rich but not biting hard on them as it is....