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Government moves to boost capital market liquidity through savings

The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Zainab Ahmed, yesterday said the Federal Government would set up a committee to advise it on how best to mobilise savings to boost capital market liquidity. Addressing members of the Capital Market Master Plan Implementation Council (CAMMIC) in Abuja, she charged Nigerians on savings for the growth of the national […]
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Fraud: FG approves new revenue reporting template for MDAs

Fraud: FG approves new revenue reporting template for MDAs

Uche Usim, Abuja To plug leakages and concomitant fraud associated with revenue generating Ministries Departments and Agencies (MDAs), the Federal Government on Tuesday said it has approved a new reporting template that would guide them in thoroughly and transparently accounting for the funds they generate and remit. The Minister of Finance, Mrs Zainab Ahmed, who […]
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Nigeria seeks advice on Illicit flows, tax evasion by multinationals

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The Federal Government has taken twin issues of illicit financial flows, and tax evasion being committed by multinational companies to the international community for possible solutions that would stem the tide. However, Nigeria has been advised to evolve an efficient disaster response ready for any eventuality, as natural disasters are currently sweeping across countries, even […] …

Minister implores revenue generating agencies to double efforts

Nigeria’s Finance Minister, Mrs. Zainab Ahmed has tasked revenue generating agencies to re-double efforts to bring in more monies for the country to meet development plans, as well as debt financing commitments to creditors. Ahmed said Nigeria’s N22tn total public debt appears high only because the country is currently facing a low revenue challenge, explaining the […] …

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