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18 Nov
The Federal Government, yesterday, admitted to Nigeria’s status as the poverty capital of the world, when it disclosed that 133 million of its citizens are currently living in poverty.
23 Oct
It will take a long time for Nigerians and the entire comity of nations to come to terms with the condemnable reality of a leader who stole so much from his country that the proceeds
5 Feb 2020
The United States of America has said it would monitor the usage of the returned late General Sani Abacha loots to Nigeria. "The funds will be used by the Nigerian Independent Sovereign Authority for three infrastructure projects in strategic economic zones across Nigeria," Spokesperson for the United States Department of State Morgan Ortagus said in…

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