Financing the 2017 budget deficit

Debt Management Office (DMO)

By Goddy Egene Given the challenging environment, it is better for the Debt Management Office (DMO) to begin strategizing on how to successfully finance the deficit in the 2017 budget. All eyes will soon focus on the National Assembly when ...

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The Zoo in Aso Rock


By Adewunmi Emoruwa A Miracle can be described as an illogical occurrence that contradicts prevailing conditions or accepted reality. Nigeria is experiencing harsh times, we are acquainted with the stats. Most recently we are battling with acute cash shortage of ...

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Nobody comes to Abuja to read

Former Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati,

By Reuben Abati   I thoroughly enjoyed reading Pius Adesanmi’s “A Nigerian, Library and Lawmakers” (Sahara Reporters, December 24). I will like to add a footnote to what he has raised: hopefully, the likely beginning of a useful conversation around the ...

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Buhari vs. IPOB: Tugging at Nigeria’s fragile seams

buhari-vs-ipob By S. Okey Mbonu

By S. Okey Mbonu                                                                                                                                                                    Can One Kill an Idea Through Coercion? “Injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere”, and “he who holds a man down stays down” (Martin Luther King).  Slowly but steadily, Nnamdi Kanu’s detention in ...

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Babachir: Buhari should get to the root of it


By Zayyad I. Muhammad Jimeta President Muhammadu Buhari’s stance on corruption is indisputable judging by his government’s genuine and commendable efforts to tame the vice. However, The President’s anti-corruption battle is facing its biggest test with the recent revelations linking ...

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