State of the Nation

‘Lingering fuel scarcity to persist for next two months’ – Kachikwu


Employment Scam: CBN Explains Targeted Recruitment


FACE-OFF: CAN, Ulamas disagree with El-Rufai over preaching bill


Hard times await Osun workers as state gets N6.2m allocation


Buhari Shops for IGP Solomon Arase’s Replacement

President Muhammadu Buhari is currently seeking a replacement for the Inspector General of Police, Solomon Arase who was appointed by the previous administration. The Inspector-General of Police, Mr Solomon Arase would attain the mandatory retirement…


Nigerian Senate Fails To Pass The Gender And Equal Opportunities Bill.


Nigerian government vows to deal with electricity, fuel saboteurs


‘Buhari is not carrying us along’ – Tinubu’s daughter


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37% of Nigerians malnourished – Minister


Oil workers shuts down NNPC offices nationwide

Oil workers protesting Tuesday’s unbundling of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, NNPC, by the federal government have shut down the offices of the corporation nationwide. On Tuesday, the government split the corporation into seven independent…


Saraki Asks Zuma To Ease Travel Restrictions

Senator Saraki pointed out that there was disparity in the opportunities investors from both countries enjoy, stressing that Nigerian wanted greater reciprocity. The Nigerian Senate President also emphasised the need for greater African integration through…


James Ocholi Late minister, wife leave behind 4 children


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Despite Cash Crunch, Public Outcry, Senate President Saraki Takes Delivery Of New N330million Exotic Cars


Cash-strapped Nigeria among low income nations losing billions to unfair tax treaties


Remita deserves praise not legislative terrorism

In its report on ‘Abuse and Mismanagement of TSA,’ the senate has recommended that the Remita payment platform be discontinued and persons responsible for its implementation prosecuted for allegedly committing fraud.   The senate conclusion…


#OtvOPINIONS: Nigeria- Beyond Protectionism and Import Substitution, By Seun Kolade

An export-oriented economy is more ambitious and sustainable in the long term. It is, yes, more challenging, as it requires especially high levels of specialised human capital to drive innovation and change, as well as a high level of physical capital, especially in terms of energy and transportation/communication infrastructures. Yet it is the way of the future, for nations aiming to achieve and maintain competitive advantage.


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Buhari Appoints Physically Challenged Man As Special Assistant


Fayose’s Opposition To TSA policy, Ploy To Conceal Fraud – APC


#‎BabaSitAtHome‬ – The Need For President Buhari to stay at Home

Last week and over the weekend, Twitter was awashed with tweets from Nigerians at home and abroad in response to different thought provoking trends. Among them were ‪#‎BenBruceAt60‬, ‪#‎BuyNaijaToGrowTheNaira‬, ‪#‎LVGout‬ etc. However, ‪#‎WakaWakaBuhari‬ and ‪#‎NeedfulWaka‬ commanded the highest number of tweets. Nigerians took…


Corruption is a sin against humanity, Buhari tells Catholic bishops


Corruption: Past leaders are ‘very shameful’ – VP Osinbajo


#OtvOPINIONS: Petroleum Host Communities Fund, By Victoria Ohaeri


Saraki replies Obasanjo’s blistering letter to the Senate


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