In a significant shift in Nigeria’s economy, the era of fuel subsidies has come to an end, resulting in an increase in fuel prices across the country. The removal of subsidies is expected to have far-reaching implications for Nigerians, particularly when it comes to managing their finances effectively in this new economic landscape. With rising fuel costs, it is crucial for individuals and households to adopt prudent money management strategies to navigate these challenging times. In this article, we will explore practical tips and insights to help Nigerians make informed financial decisions and save money in the wake of fuel subsidy removal.
ou’ve probably heard about it too much — the storied divorce between Morrocan football star, Achraf Hakimi, and his wife, Hiba Abouk. Following an alleged infidelity tale, the couple recently went to court to legally split their union — and finances. There, it was revealed that Hakimi kept most of his fortune in his mother’s name, which meant he had little to contribute. Now, the $24 million-rich player might end up receiving more divorce proceeds from his wife, thanks to the decision to keep his money with a special bank: his mother. Hakimi’s story broke the global internet more than any of the goals he’s ever scored, but it also highlighted an important conversation for women: the connection between money and divorce.