Nigeria: VAT and electricity tariff increase, border closure to keep inflation in upward trajectory – Analysts

WorldStage Newsonline– With the continuous border closure by Nigeria since August 2019, the report that some retailers had effectively increased VAT on goods and services to 7.5% and the potential increase in electricity tariff, analysts have foretasted that  inflation will maintain its upward trajectory in the coming months.

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WES 2019: WorldStage boss advocates innovation hubs across Nigeria to rehabilitate Yahoo-yahoo boys

Amidst growing crackdowns on internet fraudsters popularly called Yahoo-yahoo boys in Nigeria by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC), the President/CEO, World Stage Limited, Mr. Segun Adeleye has advocated that government in collaboration with the private sector should set up innovation hubs in all the country’s 774 local government areas and lure the youngsters there for them to make decent livings.

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Xenophobic Attacks in South Africa: Nigeria’s push for compensation versus public opinion

WorldStage Newsonline (EXCLUSIVE) — As Nigerians continue to rue the heavy human and material losses from the recent attacks on their fellow compatriots in South Africa, people are beginning to consider seriously the option of pushing for reparation claim. This, according to them, will at least compensate the victims to some extent and serve as bitter lesson to South Africa as a country and her aggressive citizenry.

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