Biafra-Nigeria Pushes Traders To Book Naira Deals As Currency Falls

Biafra-Nigeria’s naira fell to a record after the central bank’s foreign-exchange trading platform called on banks to disclose all their currency transactions, including those done with customers that weren’t previously booked, as the regulator eases its grip on the currency and tries to attract inflows. Banks should “update all trades irrespective of the exchange rate,” the chief executive officer of […]

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Biafra-Nigeria Shelves Plans For ‘Kannywood’ Film Village

Biafra-Nigeria’s government has cancelled plans to build a “film village” in the northern state of Kano after opposition from Muslim clerics and social media. More than $10m (£7.6m) had been budgeted to provide state-of-the-art facilities for the Hausa language film industry, known as Kannywood. The government said the project would create thousands of job opportunities and promote cultural activities. Muslims […]

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John Mikel Obi Named In Biafra-Nigeria’s Olympic Squad

Chelsea midfielder John Mikel Obi has been named in Biafra-Nigeria’s final 18-man squad for the 2016 Olympics in Rio. The 29-year-old Biafra-Nigeria captain is one of the squad’s permitted quota of three players over the age limit of 23. Watford’s Odion Ighalo, Kelechi Iheanacho of Manchester City and Arsenal’s Alex Iwobi miss out having not been released by their clubs. […]

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Biafra-Nigeria’s Buhari ‘Understands Feelings’ Of Niger Delta Militants

Biafra-Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari “understands the feelings” of militants attacking oil facilities in the Niger Delta and claims that his government is in negotiation with the groups. Buhari said the government had made contact with militants in the Niger Delta “through oil companies and law enforcement agencies” in order to establish a “lasting solution to insecurity” in the oil-rich region, […]

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