Beware Of Fake Emails; Central Bank Of Nigeria Warns The Public.

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The Deputy Governor Central Bank Of Nigeria Mr Lametek Adamu has called on the attention of the public regarding issues arising from fake email addresses sending out mail and requesting deals in the name of the Deputy Governor. According to the report issued by the nation’s bank through Mr Isaac Okorafor, Director Corporate Affairs. The…

Naira Appreciates to ₦358 In The Parallel Market

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The Dollar To Naira Exchange Market For Investors And Exports Appreciates. Data from FMDQ showed that the naira to dollar exchange rate for the Investors And Exports window dropped to N361.72 per dollar yesterday from N362.58 per dollar on Friday resulting to 86 kobo appreciation of the naira. The appreciation been the result of 21…

ECOWAS To Launch A Unified Currency For The Region In 2020.

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From the information gathered at the ECOWAS headquarters in Abuja. Every details for the launch of the unified currency for the region by the sub-regional body’s Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Research Department is being strengthened. Under the current arrangement, all monetary authorities in West Africa are to be unified by an economic convergence plan with…

NITDA To Releases New Regulations And Guildlines For The IT Sector Including Blockchain And Cloud Computing In Nigeria

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The National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA released five new regulatory instruments to ensure a well regulated and organized best practice for efficient development of Information Technology sector in Nigeria. The new guidelines includes: The Rule Making Process Regulation of NITDA; The Nigerian Data Protection Regulation; Guideline for It Clearance; Guidelines for Public Internet Access…

NAIRA Dollar Exchange Rate Depreciates To ₦362.42

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The NAIRA dollar exchange rate depreciated to ₦362.42 at the time of right following the DATA from FMDQ. FMDQ showed that the exchange rate for the window rose to N362.58 per dollar on Wednesday from N362.42 per dollar on Tuesday, translating to 16 kobo depreciation of the naira. The volume of dollars traded on Naira…