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Senate Increases Windfall Tax on Banks to 70%

Nigerian Senate raises windfall tax on banks' foreign exchange gains to 70%, targeting redistribution of government-driven profits.

Government Urges Patience Amid Protests, Pledges to Address Economic Issues

The Nigerian government appeals for patience and dialogue as nationwide protests loom, pledging to address the economic issues causing public discontent.

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Senate Increases Windfall Tax on Banks to 70%

Nigerian Senate raises windfall tax on banks' foreign exchange gains to 70%, targeting redistribution of government-driven profits.

Government Urges Patience Amid Protests, Pledges to Address Economic Issues

The Nigerian government appeals for patience and dialogue as nationwide protests loom, pledging to address the economic issues causing public discontent.

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The Federal Government appeals for patience and postponement of the planned nationwide protest, citing ongoing efforts to address economic hardships.