Adeosun: Nigeria is the biggest loser of Africa’s illicit financial flow

Adeosun: Nigeria is the biggest loser of Africa’s illicit financial flow

Kemi Adeosun, minister of finance, says Nigeria is the biggest loser of the annual $50 billion lost by Africa to illicit financial flows. The minister said this while speaking at The post Adeosun: Nigeria is the biggest loser of Africa’s...
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Nigeria, biggest loser of illicit financial flows in Africa – Adeosun

Nigeria is the biggest loser of the 50 billion dollars illicit financial flows out of Africa annually, Minister of Finance, Mrs Kemi Adeosun, has said. ...
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Adeosun to address UN conference on tax, revenue leakages

Adeosun to address UN conference on tax, revenue leakages

Kemi Adeosun, minister of finance, will be speaking at the Platform for Collaboration on Tax Conference at the UN headquarters in New York. The conference is organised by the US, The post Adeosun to address UN conference on tax, revenue...
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FG won’t divert N2.4tn capital budget to fund elections –Adeosun

FG won’t divert N2.4tn capital budget to fund elections –Adeosun

Ifeanyi Onuba, Abuja The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, has said the Federal Government’s 2018 capital budget of N2.4tn would be strictly deployed to fund infrastructural projects across the country, particularly the completion of ongoing projects. ...
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Adeosun: Regular tax payment can protect Nigeria’s economy

Adeosun: Regular tax payment can protect Nigeria’s economy

Kemi Adeosun, minister of finance, says regular tax payment by all economically active citizens can protect Nigeria from the shocks associated with commodity boom and bust cycles. The minister spoke The post Adeosun: Regular tax payment can protect Nigeria&#82...
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Federal Government re-appoints consortium of banks on $2.5 billion Eurobond

Federal Government re-appoints consortium of banks on $2.5 billion Eurobond

The Federal Government yesterday announced the appointment of a consortium of banks including Citi Group, Standard Chartered, Stanbic IBTC, Whitten-Case and African Practice to handle the $2.5 billion Eurobond. ...
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EXCLUSIVE: Cigarette, alcohol prices to rise as Adeosun proposes tariff review

EXCLUSIVE: Cigarette, alcohol prices to rise as Adeosun proposes tariff review

Cigarette smoking is not only dangerous to your health — it may soon start burning holes in your pockets. Kemi Adeosun, minister of finance, is proposing increased tariff for cigarette The post EXCLUSIVE: Cigarette, alcohol prices to rise as Adeosun...
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PDP says there’s massive corruption in management of fuel subsidy

PDP says there’s massive corruption in management of fuel subsidy

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) says there is a massive corruption in the new regime of fuel. The federal government has denied paying subsidy. But speaking at a meeting of The post PDP says there’s massive corruption in management of fuel subsidy app...
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SEC board approved N1.7bn severance package, says Gwarzo

Mounir Gwarzo, suspended director-general of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has given clarifications on why N1.7bn was paid as severance package under a “Golden Handshake” scheme to workers of The post SEC board approved N1.7bn sever...
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‘Nigeria, foreign countries now share data on bank accounts, property of Nigerians’

‘Nigeria, foreign countries now share data on bank accounts, property of Nigerians’

THE Nigeria government and some foreign countries, including the United Kingdom (UK), have commenced the Automatic Exchange of Tax Information (AETI), particularly on overseas assets owned by Nigerians. ...
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