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I just want to know your view towards some of the quoted companies who are involved in the power privatisation.The news i read this morning from proshare says that Buhari may reverse the privatisation of power in Nigeria.some of these companies i know is transcorp,fort oil and the financiers i know - fcmb and ubcap.pls i need your contributions because i am not ready to loose the value of my shares again as i have invested heavily in one or two of these stocks i mentioned.
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I just want to know your view towards some of the quoted companies who are involved in the power privatisation.The news i read this morning from proshare says that Buhari may reverse the privatisation of power in Nigeria.some of these companies i know is transcorp,fort oil and the financiers i know - fcmb and ubcap.pls i need your contributions because i am not ready to loose the value of my shares again as i have invested heavily in one or two of these stocks i mentioned.
No fear! All banks are involved in the power privatization. So where does he want to start reversing it from? Except if he wants to cripple the economy before he starts to govern. I doubt if he would do that. He may just have to check where things are not properly done and effect change in there.
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Pls folks,

I just want to know your view towards some of the quoted companies who are involved in the power privatisation.The news i read this morning from proshare says that Buhari may reverse the privatisation of power in Nigeria.some of these companies i know is transcorp,fort oil and the financiers i know - fcmb and ubcap.pls i need your contributions because i am not ready to loose the value of my shares again as i have invested heavily in one or two of these stocks i mentioned.
No shaking, Oga! Status quo likely to be maintained; what might happen would be a renegotiation of the equity stakeholding positions in the power companies to favour the APC goons! Remember Jagaban was interested in the Eko and Ikeja Discos but was blocked out shabbily by PDP goons . Now that power has changed hands, expect a revisit by Tinubu and his other APC goons to these power companies where they originally lost out. No biggie! Just the way we are in this clime when power changes hands, all existing from the top to bottom will have to shift out for the new comers to come in with their own people from the top to bottom, or at best re-negotiate with the new comers
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How #Nigerianstocks performed on Tuesday (Full price list) | NAIRAMETRICS
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CBN cuts foreign spending limit on naira debit cards


April 15 (Lagos) - The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Tuesday reviewed down the spending limit on the usage of the Naira denominated debit cards for transactions abroad, from US$150,000 per person annually to US$50,000 per person annually.





The daily cash withdrawal limit on the card was also fixed at US$300 per person. The central bank stated this in a circular titled: "Usage of Naira Denominated Cards," dated April 13th.

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