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8 Dec 2015
PROFESSOR Okereke makes the point that more could have been done to rehabilitate the Igbo. I believed that Chief Awolowo’s capping of all Igbo account at £20 is unjust and even today, where money could be proved to be theirs should be returned to them.
8 Dec 2015
SO far the foreign exchange ban has led to some improvement in the local production of the items.
8 Dec 2015
The shocking news that heralded the current Buhari administration was that many states were broke and could not pay salaries and emoluments of workers.
8 Dec 2015
SIR: More than five months into the presidency of Muhammadu Buhari (PMB), Nigeria is experiencing agonising fuel shortage and price increases. Probably out of ignorance or deception, many Nigerians around me are saying, “They don’t want him to succeed.”
7 Dec 2015
THERE are millions of African children with disabilities, and a majority of them grapple with enormous disadvantages as a result of their condition. The most common of these challenges is an almost automatic deprivation of basic opportunities, such as access to education and healthcare and mobility.
7 Dec 2015
IT is a tough time to be upbeat about Nigeria, no doubt. When the senses are assailed by the mind-boggling figures allegedly stolen through all kinds of schemes, the first reaction is disbelief and hope that another country, not yours, is the subject of discussion.
7 Dec 2015
PROFESSOR Titus Okereke has written an excellent book even if at times it is an unhappy book. His own irrepressible personality shines through the book – he is a friendly man, a thoughtful person who is willing at times to follow the consequences of his thinking.
7 Dec 2015
7 Dec 2015
The instant uproar by workers union against a seeming tentative suggestion by state governors to trim down the minimum wage came as no surprise. The questions immediately thrown up by that suggestion have always been begging for answers.
7 Dec 2015
SIR: The Government Integrated Financial Management Information System, GIFMIS, is an IT-based system for budget management and accounting that is being implemented by the Federal Government of Nigeria for the improvement of public expenditure.
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7 Dec 2015
THE footprints of Godwin Ifeanyi Emefiele are visible on the economic policies and developments, which have had the most impact on Nigerians in the year 2015.  With little talk or drama, the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria has against all odds, effectively led clear-sighted efforts that have defined the economic landscape in 2015.
7 Dec 2015
THE Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) following its meeting which took place on Monday and Tuesday November 23/24 took decisions to relax the hitherto suffocating tight stance of monetary policy which had been long anticipated by the informed and patriotic economist and knowledgeable public commentators.

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