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16 Nov 2016
The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, in August 2016, said that 40,000 ghost workers had been discovered with the help of the TSA scheme, thus promoting transparency in governance.
14 Nov 2016
Since its full adoption by the Nigerian federal government on September 15, 2015, the Treasure Single Account (TSA) has been criticised, with much of the criticism biased and hinged on uninformed perspectives.
10 Nov 2016
The Federal Government’s adoption of the Treasury Single Account (TSA) policy is only a little over a year old, but some analysts insist its impact on the administration of public funds has been wide-ranging despite mixed reactions from a cross section of Nigerians. The TSA was initiated by the administration of former President Goodluck Jonathan…
24 Oct 2016
The Federal Government has blamed the low-level implementation of annual budgets and national development plans in the public service on capacity gaps in the country.
20 Sep 2016
Apart from that, Nigerians are also hopeful that the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), would be up and doing in getting rid of internal wrangling that has pitted its majority-led legislative arm against itself.
15 Sep 2016
When the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and sundry groups deplored the inclusion of all federal government-owned educational institutions in the blanket implementation of the Treasury Single Account ...
13 Sep 2016
Former president of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), Dr Olisa Agbakoba (SAN) has called on the federal government to take hold of the banking sector ...
12 Sep 2016
Like most banks now struggling to keep afloat after the Federal Government’s drastic measure of pulling out all its accounts from Deposit Money Banks (DMBs), and transferring same into Central Bank of Nigeria through the Treasury Single Account (TSA), insurance companies rely on government assets for survival. The insurance companies also devise every antics to…
7 Sep 2016
Allegations and affirmed breaches of rules by banks are currently working against their quest to remain the sole administrator of the estimated $21 billion yearly ...
3 Sep 2016
That the Nigerian economy is in a dire strait is no longer news. The statistics released by the National Bureau of Statistics during the week confirmed that the country is in recession. And during the week, we were told why the economy could stay in a prolonged downward spiral mode. Again, the Republican nominee for the…
1 Sep 2016
The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has called for immediate release of N495 billion revitalisation funds for universities. The union also wants the 2009 ASUU/Federal Government of Nigeria ...
28 Aug 2016
When the gains of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration are counted, the implementation of the Treasury Single Account (TSA) policy will make the list. Before the policy, Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) operated thousands of questionable and poorly monitored bank accounts. This bred systemic corruption, compromised revenue remittances and deposit dormancy. But the implementation of…

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