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8 Sep
Research has often been described as the cornerstone of development of any nation. Aside solving practical problems, research leads to the intellectual development of individuals that make up the society.
20 Apr
Players in the financial and oil sector were yesterday, divided over-indebtedness of oil companies operating in Nigeria to the government, amidst the country’s borrowing spree...
17 Aug 2016
The Federal Government has disclosed that many companies operating in Nigeria are not remitting their statutory two per cent profit into the Education Tax Fund.

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Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State on Saturday said even after 62 years of independence, Nigeria is still striving to attain freedom from terrorism and poverty.
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Professor Christopher Imumolen, the presidential candidate of Accord Party, has called on the Nigerian authorities to reduce the stiffness surrounding the regulation of the crucial sector to allow private player inject excellence Imumolen gave this advice while lamenting the lingering industrial action of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) at the DBI Institute, Cappa,…
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British Prime Minister Liz Truss on Sunday conceded she should have "laid the ground better" for last month's debt-fuelled mini-budget, which slashed taxes for the wealthiest and prompted market turmoil.