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Nigeria: Wike Snubs Media, Presents N.5 Trillion Budget
Nigeria: Wike Snubs Media, Presents N.5 ...

Nigeria: Wike Snubs Media, Presents N.5 Trillion Budget

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State on Christmas eve presented the 2019 Appropriation Bill of around half a trillion naira to the state House of Assembly for necessary legislative action without inviting the press for the presentation ceremony. Wike does not seem to be enjoying getting the press... read more »

Opinion: Shocking Fact - Why Nigeria's Power Sector Privatization is not Succeeding
Opinion: Shocking Fact – Why Niger...

Opinion: Shocking Fact – Why Nigeria’s Power Sector Privatizati...

Despite the fact that privatisation was necessary, the wicked 1999 Constitution actually planned its failure by bringing up agencies, controls and over Lordship that must kill it. So the federal government Electricity Power Sector Reform Act in 2005 (EPSRA 2005) which led to the creation of... read more »

Nigeria: Angry Youths Disrupt Oil Production As Akwa Ibom Crisis Takes Toll On American Oil Major
Nigeria: Angry Youths Disrupt Oil Produc...

Nigeria: Angry Youths Disrupt Oil Production As Akwa Ibom Crisis Takes Toll...

The unfolding political crisis in Akwa Ibom State, one of the big oil states in Southern Nigeria that has been relatively very peaceful till the advent of a seeming czarist regime in 2007, could trigger off some dangerous economic consequences for Nigeria if not contained urgently. Though what is... read more »

Nigeria: 38 Groups On Warpath Over Agricultural Biotechnology
Nigeria: 38 Groups On Warpath Over Agric...

Nigeria: 38 Groups On Warpath Over Agricultural Biotechnology

The move by the Federal Government of Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari’s watch to sway the citizenry to accept agricultural biotechnology has drawn the ire of 38 civic groups in the country. The groups have also denounced the release of Genetically Modified Cotton into the country The... read more »

Nigeria: Return Our Stolen Asset, Not Give Doomsday Prophecy On 2019 - Presidency to HSBC
Nigeria: Return Our Stolen Asset, Not Gi...

Nigeria: Return Our Stolen Asset, Not Give Doomsday Prophecy On 2019 –...

PRESIDENCY WANTS HSBC TO RETURN OUR STOLEN ASSETS, NOT GIVE US DOOMSDAY PROPHECY ON 2019 The Presidency wishes to make clear to all Nigerians, and particularly the global banking giant HSBC which said the second term of President Muhammadu Buhari would stunt the economy, that what killed... read more »

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Nigeria: Buhari Replaces Adeosun with a Northerner

Nigeria: Buhari Replaces Adeosun with a Northerner

Following the resignation of Nigeria’s Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun over the forgery of her NYSC exemption certificate, Buhari has replaced her with a Northerner, Mrs Zainab... read more »

Africa: Africans deserve to know details of deals their leaders sign with China

Africa: Africans Deserve to Know Details of Deals their Leaders Sign with China

China’s footprints are all over the African continent, signing deals with many countries. However, the finer details of China-Africa loans are often kept secret. There are concerns... read more »

Opinion: Alhaji Atiku Abubakar’s Response to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo

Opinion: Alhaji Atiku Abubakar’s Response to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo

My attention has been drawn to a letter written to Premium Times in response to an essay on restructuring authored by me. Faced with an avalanche of public condemnation for his 360-degree... read more »

Opinion: Chris Ngige Fights for Oppressive Multinational ExxonMobil Instead of Oppressed Nigerians Workers Femi Aribisala.

Opinion: Chris Ngige Fights for Oppressive Multinational ExxonMobil Instead of Oppressed N...

The message Chris Ngige delivered to ExxonMobil loud and clear is that it does not have to be subject to Nigerian laws. It can operate here in Nigeria as a law unto itself. Last week, I... read more »

Opinion: ExxonMobil Should Not be Allowed to Show Contempt for the Supreme Court of Nigeria - Femi Aribisala

Opinion: ExxonMobil Should Not be Allowed to Show Contempt for th...

To Chris Ngige, Minister of Labour and Productivity. EXXONMOBIL Should Not be Allowed to Show Contempt for the Supreme Court of Nigeria!! The message must be sent to ExxonMobil loud and clear that,... read more »