Governance

FG appoints Price WaterHouse for forensic auditing of $20bn missing oil money

The Federal Government announced the appointment of Price WaterHouse ...

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Chibok abductions marks beginning of Boko Haram’s demise – Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday expressed optimism that with the global efforts ...

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Chibok: Northern Governors’ Forum approves U.S. offer of military assistance

The Northern Governors' Forum on Wednesday welcomed the U.S. government's offer ...

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President Jonathan commends WEF participants for defying terrorists

President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday commended world leaders and other foreign nationals participating in the ongoing World Economic Forum (WEF) for Africa for attending the ...

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FG, States owe $9.16bn foreign debt

The Federal and state governments owe a foreign debt of $9.16billion, fueling speculation that Nigeria may be returning to the pre-Paris Club debt-forgiven era. However, ...

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FG accepts U.S. offer to trace, rescue abducted schoolgirls

President Goodluck Jonathan on Tuesday accepted a definite offer from the U.S. government ...

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Lagos threatens to sanction churches, mosques over noise pollution

The Lagos State Government on Tuesday threatened to sanction any church or mosque found ...

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Construction of 450MW power plant takes off in June 30

The construction of the 450-megawatt Azura-Edo Independent Power Plant will commence on June 30, 2014, the Co-founder and Joint Managing Director, Azura Power Holdings, Dr. ...

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CBN refunds N13bn to customers – Official

The Central Bank of Nigeria, (CBN) yesterday disclosed that it had refunded over N13 billion to bank customers that had suffered excess charges by their ...

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AMCON’s debt could cause economic instability — Report

A new study has concluded that the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria’s estimated debt at N3.9tn could be a source of macroeconomic instability for the ...

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