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24 Jun
London-based and leading international financial journalism news network with a strong digital footprint, Financial Times has described Sujimoto Group as the leading luxury real estate player in Nigeria and across Africa citing the company as the foremost luxury real estate developer. The report also hailed the managing director and chief executive of Sujimoto, Sijibomi Ogundele…
23 Dec 2020
The Federal Government is yet to react to the raging controversy over an editorial by Financial Times suggesting Nigeria is on the brink of becoming “a failed state.”
28 Aug 2018
Nigerians have continued to react to the statement published in the Financial Times alleging that United States President, Donald Trump referred to President Muhammadu Buhari as ‘lifeless’. “Donald Trump will welcome Kenya’s Uhuru Kenyatta to the White House on Monday in the second one-on-one meeting the U.S. President has held with an African leader since…
27 Aug 2018
The United States president Donald Trump referred to his Nigerian counterpart Muhammadu Buhari as "lifeless" shortly after a meeting between the two leaders on April 30, Financial Times said on Monday.


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