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Owei Lakemfa

17 Aug 2019
To eradicate poverty and reduce unemployment in the country, the Federal Government has been charged to provide enabling policies for business and build adequate infrastructure to boost productivity and fast-track development.
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The Federal government has resumed the payment of allowances to former Niger delta rebels under an amnesty scheme, a spokesman said Wednesday, after low global crude prices plunged the oil-rich country into a financial crisis.

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