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Ibe Kachikwu

25 May 2016
There are indications that the Federal Government and Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) would resume negotiation today in Abuja over hike in the price of petrol and electricity tariff.
23 May 2016
Last week, two national labour movements (NLC, TUC), after joint deliberations with unnamed civil society organisations, released a communiqué in which the labour movements ...
22 May 2016
In life, rules and guidelines dictate action, direct motion. They tell people what to do and how to do them. When such codes are lacking, chaos rules the day, leading to confusion, a state of affairs that is antithetical to progress.
22 May 2016
Nigeria is broke. Pure and simple. That is all the brusque explanation this government owes the people. And Nigerians must try and understand this hard fact, so that next time there...
17 May 2016
This write-up is prompted by The Guardian’s excellent editorial comment of May 11, 2016 titled “Saudi Arabia’s plans, lesson for Nigeria.” That editorial comment ...
14 May 2016
A human rights group, the Committee for Democracy and Rights of the People (CDRP) has condemned the new price regime announced by the junior Minister of Petroleum, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu ...
10 May 2016
There are indications that the Federal Government will abandon its price modulation policy this week and embrace deregulation.


9 mins ago
Smoke from Canadian wildfires shrouded New York in a record-breaking apocalyptic smog Wednesday as cities along the US East Coast issued air quality alerts and thousands evacuated their homes in Canada.
11 mins ago
Nigeria’S opponents in the FIFA U-17 and U-20 Women World Cup qualifying series will be known today when Africa’s football ruling body, CAF, holds the draws in Cairo, Egypt.
12 mins ago
President Bola Tinubu’s tough talk on the anti-corruption campaign is not new in the wordsmith enterprise. But beyond another empty threat, to him belongs that rare opportunity to make the best of a bad lot – if he is really willing....
21 mins ago
One of the 21 pregnant girls rescued during a raid on a baby factory by troops of the 14 Army Brigade, Ohafia, Abia State, on Sunday, has tested positive to Human Immuno-deficiency Virus (HIV).
21 mins ago
Provost, Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka, Lagos, Dr. Wahab Ademola Azeez, has identified some of the challenges confronting his administration to include poor budgetary allocation, land constraints, insufficient manpower as well as infrastructural facilities for teaching.