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27 May 2016
“It is instructive that out of over 300 names listed as having received money from the Office of National Security Adviser (ONSA), all those who offered to refund money were not arraigned in court.
27 May 2016
Following the rising cases of kidnapping from across the nation, the Imo State Police Command, in partnership with the state government, has demolished houses belonging to two alleged kidnap kingpins.
27 May 2016
The lawmaker described the situation as worrisome, adding it was a dangerous development that should not be allowed to continue.
24 May 2016
Other stakeholders, who spoke in support of the bill, urged that the commission should not be subjected to Bureau of Public Procurement (BPP) regulation, arguing that it could serve as disincentive to investors.
24 May 2016
The Minister of Health, Prof Isaac Adewole, yesterday said the nation’s residency programme through which the nation’s medical consultants are produced is current bastardised and a ‘disaster’.
18 May 2016
Nigeria became the 12th African nation to join the voluntary partnership when the president committed the country to the OGP at the Anti-corruption Summit hosted by UK Premier David Cameron.
18 May 2016
The Federal Government has approved six air carriers to airlift Nigerian pilgrims for this year’s hajj.
18 May 2016
Contrary to the Federal Government’s promise last week, it is yet to release about N362.639 billion for capital projects in the 2016 budget for Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs).
18 May 2016
According to the Federal Government, Nigeria should not be importing poultry products as the nation has competitive and comparative advantages to produce to meet local and international demands.
18 May 2016
From the Presidency, tax institute, financial and manufacturers representatives, have come unanimous conclusion that the nation’s tax laws need review, while the entire processes are also due for a revolutionised reform.
18 May 2016
The Federal Government had fully paid the N48.2 billion outstanding petroleum subsidy arrears owed oil marketers in 2015.
18 May 2016
“This is a very huge market and we want to make sure goods and services that are made-in-Nigeria can reach anybody in the world and are sure of the quality at affordable prices.

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