Many of the farmers refused to pay back their loans due to misconception that since CBN is the lender, the loan is a ‘national cake’ and they do not have to pay
Nigerians were compelled to pay more for food, goods, and services in April than they had previously since the value of what can be bought in Naira was reduced.
The Nigerian government on Tuesday, May 17, reacted to a threat by an association of Airline Operators of Nigeria over a planned strike due to fuel scarcity.
A mother of a yet-to-be-identified one-year-old child has protested against Air Peace for stopping her child from boarding its flight to Dubai, the United Arab.
The airline operators across the country have released a fresh notice on plans to disrupt and cancellation of scheduled flights due scarcity of aviation fuel.
Nigerian banks are providing more loans and advances to their customers through a variety of products in response to the CBN's regulation on loans to deposit.