Africa’s Post-Covid Economic Recovery: Elumelu Moderates as Presidents of Senegal, Liberia, US Senator Coons, other Global Leaders Convene at UBA Africa Day Conversations 2020

The President of Senegal, H.E. Macky Sall, President of Liberia, H.E George Weah and  United States Senator Chris Coons will form part of a High-Level Leadership Panel to be moderated by the Chairman, United Bank for Africa (UBA) and Founder of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, to discuss Africa’s economic recovery in the 2020 edition of UBA’s Africa Conversations.

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COVID-19: Driving the adoption of online commerce by offline businesses for a profitable growth

The fact that Coronavirus has put the world on tailspin cannot be overemphasized. Every facet of life is affected. An event that has dictated the pace of the world for weeks will definitely leave its mark on time.  It is an open secret that the post-COVID-19 world will not be what it used to be. The crisis will end and we will return to a period of growth. A lot of things will likely change as a result of this pandemic. Going forward, the catchphrase present in every conversation is after this pandemic; what will be the new normal.

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NSE: Investors to extend bullish run to month end

COMFORT EKELEME, Asst Business Editor

Capital market operators have expressed optimism that the Nigeria stock market will maintain its bullish run when the market resumes Wednesday for the last three trading days of the month of May. Federal Government had declared Monday and Tuesday as public holidays for the Muslim Eid-el Filtri celebration leaving traders with three days of business before the end of the month. Continue reading “NSE: Investors to extend bullish run to month end”

Eid-el-fitr: Razak preaches peace, holiness, backs Sanwo-Olu on re-opening of Lagos economy

As Nigerian Muslims join their counterparts the world over to celebrate the end of Ramadan fasting, they have been urged to deeply reflect on its spiritual significance and continue to pray fervently to Almighty Allah for the early eradication of COVID-19 pandemic still ravaging the globe. Continue reading “Eid-el-fitr: Razak preaches peace, holiness, backs Sanwo-Olu on re-opening of Lagos economy”