Friday, 24th March 2023
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17 Sep 2016
This is the time in which you need to find more creative ways to get and stay happy this weekend and the many to come, so I will be sharing with you, my version of a survival guide to the weekend or how to thrive during the weekends in a recession!
16 Sep 2016
To cushion the effects of recession and boost household income, many Nigerians, according to second quarter figures from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), are exploring opportunities in primary agriculture...
15 Sep 2016
President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday challenged participants of the 2016 Cabinet Retreat on the economy to formulate pragmatic proposals on how best to tackle Nigeria’s economic recession.
14 Sep 2016
That we are losing export proceeds of about 800,000 barrels of crude oil a day due to the militancy in the Nigeria Delta could have been predicted by a layman who followed closely the hard rhetoric and the ethnic, religious, among others,.....
12 Sep 2016
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) yesterday unfolded policies to reduce hardship of Nigerians and the current economic recession.
12 Sep 2016
These were indeed some of the veiled media depictions of the recession in Nigeria. But is the ongoing recession frenzy in Nigeria warranted? The truth is that recession is not an aberration.
10 Sep 2016
It’s no longer news that Nigeria’s economy is in recession. Recession is a period of general decline, accompanied by a drop in the stock market and increase in unemployment.
9 Sep 2016
There have been interesting arguments over Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun’s observation that “recession is just a word,” and NAN MD, Bayo Onanuga claiming that reports of hardship in the land is exaggerated propaganda.
9 Sep 2016
The harsh economic climate in the country is having its toll on the telecommunications sector. The earnings of telecommunications operators dipped significantly as over 60 million telephone lines became inactive at the end of the second quarter.
9 Sep 2016
The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, who spoke yesterday at an emergency National Council on Health in Abuja, confirmed the development.
9 Sep 2016
Dr. Abraham Nwankwo who represented the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, assured Nigerians that government was dealing with the economic challenges and the issue of corruption.
9 Sep 2016
In its determination to remain committed to the delivery of democratic dividends in spite of the current economic recession ravaging the nation, the Ogun State Internal Revenue Service said government initiatives led to increased revenue...


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Award winning author and writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, has made her entry into children’s literature with the book titled “Mama’s Sleeping Scarf”. Chimamanda made this known via her Instagram page with the caption "So delighted to announce that I’ve written my first children’s book, Mama’s Sleeping Scarf. It is a celebration of the joy in…
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Super Eagles on Friday in Abuja lost 0-1 to the Guinea Bissau senior national team, following a 29th minute goal by Mama Samba Balde in their Match Day 3 clash in the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier.
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As the world marks the 2023 World Tuberculosis Day today, March 24, the Nigerian Thoracic Society has appealed to the government to do more in tackling Tuberculosis in order for the country to be delisted from the group of high-burden states.
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The Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) has raised concern over the continued rise in the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere with devastating global consequences.
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The Cross River State Director of Public Health Mr Jonah Offor has said that the state is having a shot fall of about 4000 tuberculosis cases out of the 8,000 cases expected to be notified.