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Bitcoin Declines After Elon Musk Hints That Prices Are Excessive

Bitcoin, world’s biggest cryptocurrency, plummeted as much as 17 per cent on Tuesday, with prices tumbling below $50,000 as investors grew nervous at sky-high valuations. ...
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Okonjo-Iweala expected to be named WTO boss today

Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is expected to be named the director-general of World Trade Organisation Monday, months after the key ambassadors of the trade organisation recommended ...
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China Bans BBC World News From Broadcasting

BBC World News has been banned from broadcasting in China by the Authorities. This is coming days after Britain’s communications regulator moved to strip the ...
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Nigeria, China and roadmap to next 50 years

Bilateral relations and cooperation between Nigeria and China have grown phenomenally from its humble beginning 50 years ago. Since then, the relations have grown and ...
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How Nigerians can exploit China’s $22tn market –Chinese director

The Director, Centre for China Studies, Mr Charles Onunaiju, has said that Nigerians could exploit the huge economic opportunities in the $22tn Chinese market if ...
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Five Things You Didn’t Know About Bitcoin, Other Cryptocurrencies

The CBN ordered banks and financial institutions to block bank accounts trading in cryptocurrency, stressing that failure to comply to the directive attracts severe regulator ...
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Nigeria Spends N1.2trn On Importation Of Power Generators

A United Nations (UN) report just released has disclosed that Nigeria has spent not less than N1.2trillion ($2.4 billion) on the importation of generating sets ...
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E.U Extends Ban On Nigeria’s Beans Till 2022

The commission extended the importation of dry beans from Nigeria until June 2022 owing to the continuous presence of pesticide. The ban placed on the ...
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Suspected Herdsmen Reportedly Destroy N6.6m Maize Farm In Ekiti Forest Reserves

Suspected herdsmen in Ekiti state have reportedly destroyed a multi-million-naira maize farm belonging to members of the Maize Growers Processing Marketer Association of Nigeria (MAGPAMAN) ...
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Suspected Herdsmen Destroy N6.6m Maize Farm In Ekiti Forest Reserves

The herdsmen had been terrorizing the farmers in the last week which led to the destruction of the maize farm. Suspected herdsmen in Ekiti state ...
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Elon Musk offers $100million for best carbon capture technology

Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk took to Twitter to promise a $100 million prize for development of the “best” technology to capture carbon dioxide emissions. Musk, ...
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Twitter And Facebook Lose $51 Billion In Market Cap In Two Days Following Trump Ban

Facebook and Twitter saw a combined market value loss of $51.2 billion over two trading sessions. This is coming after they banned President Donald Trump ...
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Sales of electric vehicles surge in China

Sales of electric vehicles in China rose 10 percent last year, data showed Wednesday, amid a post-pandemic economic recovery and a push to establish the ...
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Young Nigerian man packages pap in containers to make a living, stirs reactions (photos)

– A young Nigerian man, Yakubu Jimoh, has showcased his pap making business on Twitter and got massive support – Sharing photos of his workspace, ...
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“The Entire Nigerian Music Industry Will Collapse If Davido Quits Music” – Cubana Chief Priest

Cubana Chief Priest described the singer as the pillar of the music industry in Nigeria while stating that the industry will collapse if he quits. ...
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EU clears way for China investment pact

EU member states gave political backing to Brussels’ planned investment pact with China on Monday, clearing the way for a deal between the world’s biggest ...
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Outrageous Bills: Lagos Community Threatens To Cut Off Ikeja Electric, Says Services No Longer Needed

Residents of Ifesowapo in Agbado Oke Odo Local Council Development Area have lamented what they described as “outrageous billing” by Ikeja Electric, stating that they ...
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Lorry queues grow in Dover as EU set to meet over UK trade, travel ban

France and its EU neighbours are scrambling to thrash out a coordinated plan in response to a new strain of Covid-19 that has blocked trade ...
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Saudi halts international flights over COVID-19 variant

Saudi Arabia on Sunday halted international flights and suspended entry through its land and sea ports for at least a week, after a new fast-spreading ...
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Nigeria’s oil reserves may dry up in 30 years: NNPC

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has said that without the discovery of fresh hydrocarbons in some parts of the country, the current 37 billion ...
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