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  • Nigeria, Switzerland agree deal on Abacha’s $321million loot

    Nigeria, Switzerland agree deal on Abacha’s $321million lootPublished on December 5, 2017 By Ifreke Inyang Nigeria has signed a a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Switzerland, for the return of $321million traced to its former Military Head of State, Sani Abacha. The deal was signed on behalf of Nigeria by the Attorney-General of the Federation,

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    Buhari to Nigerians: I’ll need your vote in future

    President Muhammadu Buhari has hinted that he may run again. Buhari dropped the hint jokingly while interacting with the Nigerian community in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire, even though he did not say if he would run in 2019 when the next presidential election is due. The President is in Abidjan for the 5th European Union-African Union

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  • I’m under serious pressure — Buhari

    AS Nigeria hosts International Civil Aviation Organisation, ICAO, President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, said he was under serious pressure from Nigerians to establish a national airline. Buhari also reiterated the determination of his administration to speed up the improvement of aviation infrastructure in the country for the benefit of the country’s economic development. The president spoke

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    Why Nigerians Need to Boycott MTN…

    Recently the Nigerian Senate began a probe of MTN Nigeria and the repatriation of some $14 billion out of Nigeria over a period of 10 years. If these foreign reserves were still in the Nigerian central bank today, the country would have almost $50 billion in foreign reserve capital. It is likely that the naira

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    Nigeria Ranked Sixth Globally In Access To Credit – Jumoke

    The ease of doing business in Nigeria climbed a bit higher. Today, Nigeria is ranked higher, what many don’t know is that; in the area of access to credit, Nigeria ranked sixth in the whole world amongst over hundred and fifty countries . This Revelation was made known by Jumoke Oduwole, a Senior Special Assistant

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    Does Buhari have it?

    When the Union flag was lowered and the Nigerian flag raised 57 years ago there was a sense of euphoria. Many former colonies had to fight a war of independence in which many lives were lost but we were spared that trauma. So it would be fair to say that Nigeria got its independence on

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    OPINION: NIGERIA AT 57 — LONG ROAD TO REAL INDEPENDENCE

    More than any other time in our history, Nigeria’s 57th year of being an independent country separate from the United Kingdom should have been one of service and less of celebration. At 57, our performance in the human development index is pitiable and belies a nation that was birthed with so much hope and promise.

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    Why there are many illegal firearms in Nigeria – Security expert

    A front-line security consultant and former British police officer, Vince Onyekwelu, has said the recent seizure of arms, especially pump-action rifles, by the Nigerian Customs Service, paints a worrisome picture. According to him, the situation could be attributed to the poor management of port authority and port systems in Nigeria. He maintained that the Nigerian

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    Country Pulls Out of 90 International Organizations

    Nigeria has resolved to withdraw from 90 out of the 310 international organizations to which it has financial commitments. The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, disclosed this to State House correspondents on Wednesday after the Federal Executive Council meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari. Adeosun put Nigeria’s annual commitment to all the international organizations

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    Nigeria: Listen to the Army, Don’t Give Your Children to Boko Haram

    The National Council of Women Societies (NCWS) has backed the call by the Nigerian Army urging parents to stop donating their children to terrorists who in turn use them as suicide bombers. The president of the council, Chief Gloria Laraba Shoda, made the call following a plea by the Army authorities that some parents were

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