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Sunday Magazine

6 Oct 2009
TO say that the Niger Delta militant activities since 2006 have had serious negative effects on the country's economy is stating the obvious. Nigeria relies, for over 80 percent of all its income, on the exportation of crude oil and natural gas from the Niger Delta. As such, the region's oil wealth is absolutely crucial to the sustenance of the country.
19 Sep 2009
Form our focus last week on Africa, we move this week to Nigeria as a particularly exemplary national instance of our continent's integration into millennial capitalism. This provides us with a great opportunity to clarify the notion of the occult economy and its many bewildering expressions.


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Eight years ago, amidst a wave of anticipation, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa solemnly placed his right hand on a Holy Bible in the heart of Asaba, the bustling Delta State Capital. In his usual calm, cool and collected style, he pledged to faithfully execute his duties, protect the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, and,…
5 hours ago
Five persons on Saturday drowned when a car plunged into a canal along River Niger in Kogi.
8 hours ago
The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, says he is the most sued minister in the cabinet of President Muhammadu Buhari.
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The Jigsaw command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), has deployed 700 personnel for the inauguration of the state Governor-elect, Malam Umar Namadi.
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Some legal practitioners in Ondo State have given pass mark to President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration in the area of judiciary.