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Devaluation: Nigeria Revives Second Tier Foreign Exchange Market To Subsidize Cabal

Wednesday, May 25, 2016
The Nigerian government has revived the 80s foreign exchange market system; a hallmark of the Babangida economy. The Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, challenged with a contracting economy headed to recession, in a partial announcement yesterday introduced the new policy of a flexible exchange rate regime to make foreign currencies more accessible, ... Read more

Climate Change: A Battle Of Interest Between Industrialized Rich Countries And Africa

Wednesday, May 25, 2016
There is a battle of interest between industrialized countries and Africa on how to alleviate the effects of climate change leading to different conferences being held. The much publicized were the Conference of Parties ndash; known as COP15 ndash; held in 2009; the United Nations, UN, climate talks in Warsaw, Poland, tagged the COP19 ndash; ... Read more

Bring Back Our Old National Anthem

Wednesday, May 25, 2016
quot;Nigeria We Hail Thee quot; (1960-1978), words by Lilian Jean Williams, a British expatriate and music by Frances Benda was Nigeria 39;s first anthem in use until 1978 when the government changed it, reasons best known to them. This is an anthem that those born in the 80 39;s down to this day have no knowledge of. Here it goes:[ ... Read more

Dissecting David Cameron’s “Fantastically Corrupt”

Tuesday, May 24, 2016
To say that Nigeria is corrupt is to state the obvious. Perhaps this is not as disturbing as having individuals who should aid in ameliorating the menace scorn the affected behind their back with the same scourge from which they suffer. It is even more worrisome when such individuals who do the mockery are those who occupy very important diploma ... Read more

Fight Against Corruption And Free Speech

Tuesday, May 24, 2016
From onsetI seek to make my humble submission that free speech or what is generallyregarded in our clime as freedom of expression (Section 39 (1) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria of 1999 as amended) is a desideratum and a necessaryrequirement for waging successful battle against such social menace ascorruption. Pres ... Read more

FG Claims Untrue: Fuel Price Can Never Drop

Tuesday, May 24, 2016
There are several categories of Nigerians today who accepted the fuel price hike: some are the fanatical and diehard partisans; these will literally eat nails if the President tells them to. Then there are the plain hypocrites: these include a former labor leader turned governor, a former presidential vice candidate and pastor and the northern e ... Read more

The Proliferation Of Mentally Challenged People On Our Highways!

Monday, May 23, 2016
I have travelled wide but Nigeria remains one of the few countries where mentally challenged people are allowed to roam about on our major roads. In view of this, the driver is faced with the dilemma of 39;navigating 39; our ever present pot holes and the mad people who work freely along the kerb of our highways. These mad people can ... Read more

Anthropology Of Hypocritical Governance In Nigeria

Monday, May 23, 2016
quot;Close One Yesterday quot; One more day in the struggle Have to get up and juggle You done know, want a little sugar inna de pan Me nah see fi trouble, no man Oh oh oh Said I had close one yesterday Jah put an angel over me, be strong Hold a firm meditation One day things must get better, don 39;t you go down Keep your head above ... Read more

Governor Okorocha Hostage Mission

Monday, May 23, 2016
This article was published in 2012/ 2013 this is just to refresh the memory if Imolites that I saw all what is happening now in time. Enjoy the reading. In the words of Aristotle, ldquo;Men are good in one way, but bad in many rdquo;. The irony of life is that it makes the great small and weak and the small great and strong. To prevai ... Read more

Strike Cannot But Low Oil Price Has Changed Basis For Subsidy

Saturday, May 21, 2016
Going on strike because of jumbo politicians rsquo; remunerations without basis make sense; not for increase in the price of petrol right now. Those waiting on the queue to buy petrol for days and nights at local petrol stations paid much more than the price increase. They would rather spend that time judiciously and buy at the present price. Th ... Read more

Fuel Subsidy Magic

Saturday, May 21, 2016
Most evaluation of the fuel subsidy situation in Nigeria will quickly reveal the trails of betrayal and mysticism of white magic. Hell yeah that is the story of Africa in a nutshell. A place that flows with milk and honey though many indigenous people are forced to run away from the lands due to so-called poverty. Those that benefit the most fro ... Read more

Has Justice Sector Done Well?

Friday, May 20, 2016
On May 29th 2016, the current President Muhammadu Buhari will symbolically mark one calendar year as a democratically elected and inaugurated government. The one year anniversary is understandably a time of deep introspection and intense reflection on the many areas of achievements, failures, challenges and prospects of the administration ... Read more

IPOB; Niger Delta: HURIWA Asks Buhari To Explore Peaceful Negotiations

Thursday, May 19, 2016
The leading democracy focused Non-Governmental Organization-HUMAN RIGHTS WRITERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA (HURIWA) has faulted government pro-milirary approach to growing resource control agitations in the oil rich Niger Delta region. HURIWA thinks that President Muhammadu Buhari should immediately order an end to the unnecessary mil ... Read more

How Kachikwu Confessed To Hoarding Fuel, Sold Nigeria To The Black Market

Friday, May 20, 2016
Did you notice that as soon as the hiked fuel price was announced, stations that had not sold petrol in 10 months suddenly opened their gates to motorists? The reason was simple: as anti-corruption as the Buhari government prides itself to be, the past 11 months of this administration saw the oil cabal make billions of dollars by diverting suppl ... Read more

Customer Service: An Imperative For Continued Organisational Existence

Thursday, May 19, 2016
As soon as I walked into the venue the inscription on the wall read, ldquo;Customer service is not a department but an attitude rdquo;. For a while I was disturbed and immediately thought all those who had successfully built careers in this field through the years were confused and had wasted not just their time, but their lives. Not at all bec ... Read more
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Niger Delta: Militants blow up NNPC

Saturday, May 21, 2016

Nigeria’s energy sector was again dealt a huge blow on Friday when suspect ...
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National Labour Congress suspends s

Sunday, May 22, 2016

National Labour Congress held an emergency meeting on Sunday 22 May 2016, with i ...
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The Niger Delta Avengers

Sunday, May 22, 2016

[B]By Reuben Abati[/B] Niger Delta Avengers is the name of a new group of milit ...
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Another Chibok girl Serah Luka resc

Friday, May 20, 2016

The Nigerian Army said Thursday that   that another girl of the Government Secon ...
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The Discord In Osinbajo’s Stance On

Thursday, May 19, 2016

President Muhammadu Buhari has never hidden his disdain for devaluation. He reit ...
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Expect more attacks on oil installa

Sunday, May 22, 2016

[B]The[/B][B] [/B]renewed attacks on oil and gas facilities in the Niger Delta r ...
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