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Return of fuel subsidy

Return of fuel subsidy

One of the reasons that President Muhammadu Buhari gave for making himself the Minister of Petroleum Resources was that he wanted to sanitise the oil industry, especially the NNPC.
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Senators’ N13.5 million monthly running cost

The senator representing Kaduna Central Senatorial District in the National Assembly, Shehu Sani, recently revealed in an interview that he and his colleagues in the Upper Chamber of the National Assembly receive N13.5 million as […]
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Retooling Nigeria’s anti-graft war machinery

Retooling Nigeria’s anti-graft war machinery

NIGERIA’s recent downgrade in the Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index has understandably generated great furore, with the government faulting the basis for the grading. But for those who have been living in a fool’s paradise, thinking that, by mere force of government pronouncement, corruption could suddenly be put to flight, this is the time to […] …

Declare full-scale war on human traffickers

Declare full-scale war on human traffickers

In 2017 alone, about 160,000 migrants successfully crossed into Europe but nearly 3,000 drowned in the Mediterranean, according to the International Organisation for Migration, IOM. The most pathetic case was the death of 26 Nigerian girls aged between 16 and 20, whose bodies were hurriedly buried by the Italian authorities without proper identification.
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The proposed sale of recovered assets

The Federal Government is proposing to sell off the assets of suspected looters of government funds. This was disclosed by President Muhammadu Buhari recently. Speaking while receiving some elders from Daura, Katsina State, who had […]
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Mopping up arms for safer Nigeria

Mopping up arms for safer Nigeria

FACED with the cold-blooded murderous consequences of illegal arms circulating in the country, the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has directed police commands in the states and Abuja to start mopping up arms. This is to give effect to the Firearms Act 2004, which prohibits certain categories of arms and ammunition in the hands of […] …

Presidency, NASS must close ranks

Presidency, NASS must close ranks

The problem has even been noticed by international stakeholders such as the International Monetary Fund, IMF, which has called on the Senate to confirm the appointments of members of the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN’s, Board of Directors and Monetary Policy Committee, MPC, members to enable them join in the efforts to strengthen the economy which is just climbing painfully out of recession.
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