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30 Jun 2015
SIR: The Guardian on Sunday May 31, 2015 featured the ever-recurring issue of unclaimed dividends. One is inclined to believe that there is no dearth of THINK-TANK to be employed to proffer a lasting solution in order to considerably reduce the huge amounts in the kitty of quoted companies. What is apparently responsible (from my…
29 Jun 2015
Attahiru Jega
29 Jun 2015
“I HAVE served as INEC chairman for five years and it is okay for me. I have given my contribution for success of the country. If I am given any appointment, I will completely reject it. At least, somebody (else) should be given a chance”. True to his statement shortly after the conduct of the…
29 Jun 2015
AFRICAN-AMERICAN writer, poet, singer and actress, Maya Angelou, died in May 2014 at the age of 86.
29 Jun 2015
WHEN the great Nigerian political leader, advocate of human and woman rights and fighter for universal adult suffrage, the Late Mrs.
29 Jun 2015
FOUR weeks after taking over governance in Nigeria, the All Progressives Congress (APC) is unable to set up the basic structure of governance at the federal level.
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29 Jun 2015
A YEAR ago on 5th June 2014, the new Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Godwin Emefiele, outlined his agenda in “Entrenching Macroeconomic Stability and Engendering Economic Development,” focusing on monetary and price stability, financial stability and development finance.
29 Jun 2015
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29 Jun 2015
FORMER Minister of Power, Prof. Chinedu Nebo’s parting advice to the President Muhammadu Buhari administration on how to improve public power supply raises some troubling questions.
28 Jun 2015
Sir: THE news that the richest man in Africa wants to become the owner of Arsenal FC of England is heartwarming. But he has not done anything to bring back the lost glory of Nigerian football; he must first accomplish that goal.
28 Jun 2015
THE discovery, the other day, of a den of kidnappers and fraudsters in Ibadan as well as many other cases of kidnapping in Ikere-Ekiti, Ekiti State, Akure, Ondo State and other parts of the country underscores the growing apprehension over a menace now on the rise in some parts of the country.
28 Jun 2015
AFRICA’S wealthiest man, Aliko Dangote, and his cement company did both the Nigerian people and government proud when on June 7, 2015, Ethiopian Prime Minister Haile Mariam Dessalegn led a large delegation of government officials to open the $600m Ethiopian subsidiary of Dangote Cement located in Muger town with a production capacity of 2.5million metric tonne per annum.

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