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  • Osinbajo
    FG packaging urgent relief for poultry industry – Osinbajo

    Acting President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo has promised that the federal government is packaging urgent relief to address some major issues confronting the agricultural sector, particularly the poultry industry. Osinbajo made this promise during his second meeting with representatives of the poultry industry in a week. According to Osinbajo, the poultry industry has had to contend

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    APC Saved Nigerians From Poverty, Hunger –Minister Of Niger Delta

    Usani Uguru Usani, the minister of Niger Delta ministry, has said that  the current economic crunch, notwithstanding, Nigerians would have been crawling to eat from the waste bins, if the Goodluck Jonathan’s administration had continued in office. With Vice President Osinbajo’s recent visit to the Niger Delta region, will it be appropriate to say government is now

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    Nigeria records 37.14% drop in online fraud

    Nigeria recorded 37.14 per cent decrease in the amount lost to online fraud in the fourth quarter of 2016. The Chief Executive Officer, Electronic Payment Provider Association of Nigeria, Mrs Regha Onajite, said on Tuesday in Lagos that the success was made possible as a result of more collaboration between relevant stakeholders in the industry.

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    7 Reasons Why 2017 Will Be Tougher For Some Nigerians

    Nigeria is being hit by a recession that is characterized by high inflation and limited sources of income. While the recession is just a fairy tale to some, I mean they do not believe it exist, others can see and feel it. They can see it when they look at the mirror and see how

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    Naira devaluation inimical to economic devt, says don

    The Dean, Faculty of Business Administration, University of Uyo, Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, Prof. Leo Ukpong, has warned against naira devaluation, arguing that it will not help the economy to recover quickly from recession. Speaking at the weekend in Lagos, Ukpong who is also a Professor of Financial Economics, said the devaluation of any country’s

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  • Why Nigerians will become poorer with rising oil prices

    Crude oil price has steadily increased beyond $50/barrel after OPEC agreed to cut output by about 1.2 million barrels/day in November 2016. Nigeria’s export revenue prospects will consequently be boosted, if this price trend is sustained, particularly if restiveness is minimised in the Niger Delta. However, much against popular expectation, the more bountiful the export

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    Adeosun behind Nigeria’s economic woes – Group

    Nigerian Youth Entrepreneurship Forum for National Development (NYEFOND), has accused minister of fiannce, Kemi Adeosun of dragging the economy of the country backward. A statement signed by the group’s secretary-general, Victor Nse, said the recent outbursts by the minister were reasons Nigeria’s economy is still in comatose. The statement reads in full: “We have watched

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  • unity bank
    Unity Bank sacks 215 workers

    According to information gathered from sources close to the bank, Vanguard reports the workers were sacked for their inability to cope with the new ideas and strategy of the institution which is part of its reengineering strategy for greater performance. According to the source: ” About 200 new hires were said to have been recruited

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    Buhari in Edo, says Nigeria is overcoming recession

    President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday re-assured Nigerians that the country would be great again, adding that it was recovering from its challenges. The president spoke in Benin City at a rally organised by the All Progressives Congress (APC) ahead of Saturday’s governorship election. He said:  ‎”I assure you that we are going to get out of

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