Business Hallmark Newspaper

Here are some of the reports on today’s edition of Business Hallmark Newspaper:

1. October 1: Nigerians pass damning verdict on President Buhari …say APC is a curse to the nation

October 1: Nigerians pass damning verdict on President Buhari


2. 2023: Plot against Makinde thickens

2023: Plot against Makinde thickens


3. 2023 Presidency: South West goes for broke, insists its presidency or nothing

2023 Presidency: South West goes for broke, insists its presidency or nothing


4. Fear grips Igbo VIPs over mystery killings in Southeast Nigeria

Fear grips Igbo VIPs over mystery killings in Southeast Nigeria 


5. MARKET UPDATE: Market returns 3.23% WtD as investors anticipate Q3 earnings

MARKET UPDATE: Market returns 3.23% WtD as investors anticipate Q3 earnings


6. Courteville Business Solutions to delist from NGX

Courteville Business Solutions to delist from NGX


7. GTCO maintains strong fundamentals in H1 earnings

GTCO maintains strong fundamentals in H1 earnings


8. Analysts forecast further Naira losses as economy worsens

Analysts forecast further Naira losses as economy worsens


9. Uncertainty shadows E-Naira as CBN postpones launch

Uncertainty shadows E-Naira as CBN postpones launch


10. After losing billions, FG mulls lifting ban Twitter ban

After losing billions, FG mulls lifting ban Twitter ban


11. In defence of NGF; Lessons in political communication!

In defence of NGF; Lessons in political communication!


12. Banditry, illegal miners stall push for gold export

Banditry, illegal miners stall push for gold export


13. NNPC begins construction of 50MW Maiduguri gas plant

NNPC begins construction of 50MW Maiduguri gas plant


14. Nigeria’s debt to hit N50 trillion in 2023 …as FG plans more loans

Nigeria’s debt to hit N50 trillion in 2023 …as FG plans more loans


15. Electricity crisis looms over N30bn monthly debt

Electricity crisis looms over N30bn monthly debt


16. Ebube Agu: South East Governors must listen to Ohanaeze

Ebube Agu: South East Governors must listen to Ohanaeze


17. VAT controversy worsens govt revenue crisis

VAT controversy worsens govt revenue crisis


18. Pandora papers: biggest leak of offshore data reveals financial secrets of rich, powerful