N-Power Batch C: FG Sends Fresh Information to Shortlisted Applicants
The shortlisted applicants of the N-Power Batch C (stream 1) programme have been asked to provide their biometric data According to the ministry of humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development, the information would be used for the final selection The applicants were asked to provide their required credentials and click proceed on the website to upload them Read more:
FCT, Abuja – The federal government, through the ministry of humanitarian affairs, disaster management and social development, has released new information on the N-Power Batch C (stream 1) programme. Legit.ng reports that the information on the website of the ministry, https://nasims.gov.ng/, indicates that all shortlisted applicants are requested to immediately enrol their biometric data to qualify for the final selection stage of the programme. Read more:
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has ordered banks to publish names, BVN of Forex defaulters. Credit: Chris J. Ratcliffe/Bloomberg. Source: Getty Images Legit.ng gathered that the apex bank said the customers’ practice was to circumvent the new CBN policy on the sale of forex for overseas personal and business travel.
. PAY ATTENTION: Subscribe to Digital Talk newsletter to receive must-know business stories and succeed BIG! According to the report, the director banking supervision department of the CBN, Haruna B. Mustafa, who signed the circular, noted that “this trend, if not curbed, portends risk to the integrity and stability of the forex market.” He ordered all banks to publish on their websites, the names and BVN of defaulting customers who present fake travel documents or cancel their tickets and fail to return the purchased PTA/BTA within two (weeks) as stipulated in the customer declaration form signed by them. It was gathered that prior to the order, most banks had written to their customers of their commitment to providing customers with foreign exchange for their personal and business travel as well as payment for overseas education, medical and other eligible invisible transactions. READ ALSO Rising unemployment: 400,000 Nigerians apply for 200 job slots, ICPC reveals The rules that customers have to follow before they can access forex the bank said are: FX shall be sold for Legitimate Travel Purpose Only. Bank customers are required to provide a valid Nigerian passport and a valid visa to an international destination. Only valid travel documents like tickets to an international destination outside of West Africa and Cameroon will be accepted. CBN okays Fintech firm Bitt Inc as eNaira partner TheCable also reports that the CBN said it has engaged Bitt Inc, a global fintech company, as the technical partner for its digital currency, eNaira. Godwin Emefiele, CBN governor, disclosed the development in Abuja, on Monday, August 30. Emefiele listed the benefits of the Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) to include increased cross-border trade, accelerated financial inclusion, cheaper, and faster remittances. CBN reveals why crypto trading is an illegal transaction Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that the CBN insisted that all cryptocurrency trading is an illegal forex transaction in the country. READ ALSO EFCC tells Nigerian banks to query their customers’ sources of income It was reported that the federal high court sitting in Abuja on Tuesday, August 17, granted the request of the CBN to freeze accounts belonging to some technology trading platforms offering local and foreign stocks. The request was filed by former attorney-general of the federation and minister of justice, Michael Aondoaka, on behalf of the CBN. Source: Legit Be the first to get hottest news from our Editor-in-Chief SIGN UP THANK YOU! Check your email and confirm your subscription You are already subscribed to our newsletter! Check your inbox to be the first to know the hottest news TAGS:
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