Public Affairs

States and the UBEC Fund – Thisday

The states may do well to access to the idle funds In a bid to help the Nigerian child access good education, especially at the ...

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Recession: Not yet Uhuru – Tribune

The  National Bureau of Statistics’ (NBS) latest overview of national productivity between April and June 2017 has noted a 0.55 per cent positive productivity growth ...

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Corrupt bank executives – The Nation

Sagay is right; those who connived with looters should be prosecuted  When bank executives commit fraud or betray their privileged positions of trust in other ...

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Boosting MSMEs with one-stop shops – The Sun

As part of the efforts to enhance the ease of doing business in the country, the Federal Government has commenced the opening of one-stop shops for ...

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Road concession – The Nation

South-East/South-South governors right in asking for clear-cut policy At its meeting on July 19, the Federal Executive Council (FEC) took the very important and commendable ...

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Stop haphazard pension reforms – Punch

Curious amendments now going through the legislature threaten the gains achieved by the pension reforms. There are at least four bills now before the National ...

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The Lagos police probe panel – Tribune

THE newly-appointed Commissioner of Police (CP) in Lagos State, Imohimi Edgar, has ordered the interrogation and investigation of a Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP), Akinade ...

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Significant nod – The Nation

The Sultan offers support for restructuring as he condemns the quit notice on the Igbo FOR the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar III, it ...

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Limiting domestic/external borrowing – The Sun

The decision of the Debt Management Office (DMO) to set a ceiling for the domestic and external loans that the Federal Government can take in ...

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Women N1.6bn idle fund – Daily Trust

In spite of government’s efforts and determination to empower women and make them active players in the county’s economy, it was disappointing to hear that ...

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