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12 May 2015
AGAINST the background of changing natural realities and the environment demanding proactive action, the move by the Federal Government to review Nigeria’s environmental sanitation policy is a step in the right direction as the country could no longer afford to be negligent on issues of the environment. Minister of the Environment, Mrs. Laurentia Laraba Mallam,…
12 May 2015
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12 May 2015
A nonagenarian, Madam Roseline Ololo, aged 91, has given the Lagos State governor, Babatunde Raji Fashola, a seven-day ultimatum to ensure the return of Metropolitan College and Isolo Secondary School to her, failure of which she will permanently occupy the governor’s office.
12 May 2015
SIR: The spokesman for the APC no doubt has made history for his zealousness in the role as opposition party spokesman, not only in the days of defunct ACN, but with a renewed strength at the birth of APC, even till now.
12 May 2015
ANOTHER avenue to economic diversification is through Foreign Direct Investments (FDI). FDI is expected to grow because of the fresh emphasis on fighting corruption; many investors would seek the high returns for which Nigeria is reputed.
12 May 2015
SIR: APC’s recent press release and the message from Gen. Buhari to the newly constituted transition committee should now put a stop to the rancours and divisiveness among our people on the recent Buhari and AIT saga.
12 May 2015
THE ongoing work by the House of Representatives on a bill seeking to criminalise torture and other inhuman treatments represents a turning point in the effort of government and human rights groups to check impunity and high-handedness in the society. When passed into law, victims of torture can get justice in cases where the law failed to prevent the crime.
12 May 2015
THE virtual unavailability of fuel and electricity especially in the last three months paints an ugly picture of Nigeria as she transits from the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC).
12 May 2015
12 May 2015
THE Nigerian Stock Exchange was founded in 1960 to provide a platform for buying and selling of shares of listed public companies.
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12 May 2015
QATAR has been in the news in recent times on issues surrounding its hosting of the World Cup football tournament in 2022.
11 May 2015

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