SEC Declares Binance Operations in Nigeria, Illegal.

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) of Nigeria has issued a statement declaring that Binance Nigeria, a subsidiary of global cryptocurrency exchange Binance, is operating illegally in Nigeria.

This warning comes as part of the SEC’s efforts to protect Nigerian investors from the risks associated with investing in crypto-assets and unregulated platforms like Binance Nigeria.

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The Intricacies of Black Market Dollar to Naira Exchange Rate on 9th June 2023

Discover the latest Black Market exchange rates and Aboki Exchange rates for the Dollar to Naira conversion on June 9, 2023.

Exchange rates in Nigeria’s bustling black market can be highly volatile, fluctuating by the hour.

Stay informed about the current rates and compare them to the official rates provided by Nigeria’s Central Bank.

Make informed decisions based on the dynamic dynamics of exchange rates.

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A Look at the Rising Subscriber Base and GDP Contribution

Discover the Thriving Telecommunications Sector in Nigeria: Impressive Rise in Phone Subscribers, Growing Internet and Broadband Subscriptions, and Robust Contribution to GDP.

Learn about the Positive Impact of the Regulatory Environment, Advent of 5G, and Other Developments.

Find out how the Telecom Sector is Shaping Nigeria’s Economic Landscape and its Potential as a Global Telecommunications Hub.

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The Nigerian Senate Approves 20 Special Advisers for President Tinubu

The Nigerian Senate Approves 20 Special Advisers for President Tinubu | Senate President Ahmad Lawan reads President Tinubu’s letter on special adviser appointments | Physically Challenged (Empowerment) Act, 2023 and Small Arms and Light Weight Weapons Bill passed | President Tinubu appoints Femi Gbajabiamila as Chief of Staff and George Akume as Secretary to the Government of the Federation

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WHO and EU Unveil Digital Health Certificate: A Boost for Nigeria and Other Nations

Discover how the World Health Organization (WHO) and European Union (EU) join forces to launch a digital health certificate, benefiting Nigeria and other countries.

This collaboration, rooted in European best practices, aims to enhance global digital health standards and interoperability, prioritizing those most in need.

The partnership focuses on promptly and efficiently providing quality health services worldwide.

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