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Financial experts on Thursday expressed worry over the delay in the passage of the 2018 budget by the National Assembly.
The Emir of Daura, Alhaji Umar Farouk, has called on accountants to always discharge their responsibilities according to the rules and ethics governing the profession.
The Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) has sought for continuous collaboration with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) for proper auditing of the council’s accounts.
Dr Samuel Nzekwe, a former President, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN) has advised the Federal Government to push for early passage of the 2018 budget.
Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode, has urged accountants to always adhere strictly to the ethics of the profession and contribute their quota to uplift and develop the country.
Former President, Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN), Dr Samuel Nzekwe, has advised the Federal Government to ensure enormous investments in infrastructure to provide growth in the nation’s economy.
The Federal Government has called on Association of Forensic and Investigative Auditors in Nigeria, AFIA, and Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, ANAN, to restore public confidence in governance.
President Muhammadu Buhari has described accountants as the first set of gatekeepers to ensuring that all transactions are conducted prudently and charged them to avoid being used in executing illegal financial deals.
The Federal Government, on Tuesday, put the cumulative savings from checking the ghost workers’ syndrome through the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) at N120 billion
President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday identified failure to appropriately manage the country’s numerous resources, corruption, lack of patriotism among others as reasons why the economy went into recession in 2016, first in 30 years.
Some stakeholders in the banking industry on Tuesday said the unpaid N800bn subsidy arrears to oil marketers had created liquidity gap in the industry.
Gombe State Governor Ibrahim Dankwambo has urged Accountants need to rise up to their role as the last bulwark in the fight to rid Nigeria of corruption.
Ahmed Musa, Super Eagles two goals hero in Nigeria’s defeat of Iceland at Volgograd, on Friday said the game against Argentina will be a tough one for the opponents.
Former President Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday challenged Nigerian youths to brace up to the present day challenges in Nigeria, reminding them that the country’s “destiny is now more than ever before in your hands either to make or mar.”
Oil price rose sharply yesterday after the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) agreed a modest increase in oil production from next July.
The Campaign office of Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, sole candidate for national chairmanship position of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) was a beehive of activities on Friday as delegates from the states who arrived Abuja for the party’s National Convention besieged his office located in Aso Drive area to felicitate with him.
Two men, Ayo Tayo, 33, and Chidozie Innocent, 20, have been arrested in Lagos for engaging a 13-year old girl in marathon sex and watching themselves in action.
Diego Maradona has given his version of an exchange with an Asian fan at a World Cup game in Moscow that witnesses perceived as racist.
Captain Mile Jedinak says Australia cannot afford to focus solely on dangerman Christian Eriksen when they face Denmark looking for the win that could save their World Cup campaign.
The removal of the Chairman of Suleja Local Government in Niger State, Alhaji Ahmed Kassim, by the legislative arm of the council has been declared illegal, null and void and of no effect by a Niger State High Court which sat in the town.
Son Heung-Min said he was disappointed with his performance in South Korea's 1-0 loss to Sweden in the teams' World Cup opener on Monday in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia.
The Presidential election held in Nigeria on June 12, 1993 was the first in the history of the nation to be formally annulled by the government of the day. It was indeed the very first time the word ‘annul’ was used in connection with our elections. No one expected it.