Why Ayade Locked Out SSG, Others for Reporting Late to Work

[Vanguard] Workers in the Governor’s Office, Calabar, Cross River State, were yesterday, locked out of their offices on the instruction of the state governor, Prof. Ben Ayade, at 7.33a.m., when he arrived his office and found that most workers were yet…

[Vanguard] Workers in the Governor's Office, Calabar, Cross River State, were yesterday, locked out of their offices on the instruction of the state governor, Prof. Ben Ayade, at 7.33a.m., when he arrived his office and found that most workers were yet to report for work.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

N110 Billion Debt – Total Blackout Looms As Egbin Threatens Shutdown

[Vanguard] Nigeria may soon face power crisis as the management of Egbin Power Plc has threatened to shut down operations due to non-settlement of N110 billion debt, inadequate gas supply and inefficiency in operations of the Transmission Company of Ni…

[Vanguard] Nigeria may soon face power crisis as the management of Egbin Power Plc has threatened to shut down operations due to non-settlement of N110 billion debt, inadequate gas supply and inefficiency in operations of the Transmission Company of Nigeria, TCN.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Power Company to Shut Down Nkula Power Stations

[Nyasa Times] Malawians should brace for long hours of no electricity during this year’s Easter holidays following plans by the Electricity Generation Company Malawi Limited (Egenco) to completely shut down Nkula A and B Hydro Power Plants for planned …

[Nyasa Times] Malawians should brace for long hours of no electricity during this year's Easter holidays following plans by the Electricity Generation Company Malawi Limited (Egenco) to completely shut down Nkula A and B Hydro Power Plants for planned maintenance works.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Chasing the Elusive Dollar

[Financial Gazette] ONE of the world greatest writers William Shakespeare once wrote: “Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them.”

[Financial Gazette] ONE of the world greatest writers William Shakespeare once wrote: "Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them."

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Okey Nwosu – Court Issues Bench Warrant Against Witnesses

[Vanguard] Justice Lateefa Okunnu of a Lagos State High Court sitting in Ikeja yesterday issued a bench warrant against the witnesses in the trial of a former Managing Director of the defunct Finbank Plc, Mr. Okey Nwosu, who was charged with N10.9 bill…

[Vanguard] Justice Lateefa Okunnu of a Lagos State High Court sitting in Ikeja yesterday issued a bench warrant against the witnesses in the trial of a former Managing Director of the defunct Finbank Plc, Mr. Okey Nwosu, who was charged with N10.9 billion fraud.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Cashew Farmers Target $650 Million Annual Income

[Vanguard] Cashew farmers in Nigeria are working on a four-year plan to earn $650 million annual income from export of the commodity. The country earned $253 million income from cashew exports in 2015.

[Vanguard] Cashew farmers in Nigeria are working on a four-year plan to earn $650 million annual income from export of the commodity. The country earned $253 million income from cashew exports in 2015.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Vehicles Spur Short-Term Insurance Growth

[Financial Gazette] CAR insurance has spurred growth for short- term insurance companies since 2012 amid liquidity constraints and growing risk related to the sector, an Insurance and Pensions Commission (IPEC) report has revealed.

[Financial Gazette] CAR insurance has spurred growth for short- term insurance companies since 2012 amid liquidity constraints and growing risk related to the sector, an Insurance and Pensions Commission (IPEC) report has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Multiple Prices Affect Economy

[Financial Gazette] ON Monday last week, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) deputy governor, Kuphukile Mlambo, issued a stern warning to entrepreneurs that they should stop selling goods using a multi-tier pricing system.

[Financial Gazette] ON Monday last week, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) deputy governor, Kuphukile Mlambo, issued a stern warning to entrepreneurs that they should stop selling goods using a multi-tier pricing system.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe