An Appeal to the Soul of VP Yemi Osinbajo: Please End the Climate of Tyranny – Ahmed Sule – As the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, a country with a population of 200 million people (approx.), you are in the enviable position of being not only the second most powerful person in the country but also the most influential Yoruba man and indigene of Ogun State. Source Ahmed Sule Read More
Mr. President, Can You See Your Face? – “In pursuance of the primary objective of saving our great nation from total collapse, I, Major-General Muhammadu Buhari of the Nigerian Army have, after due consultation amongst the services of the armed forces, been formally invested with the authority of the Head of the Federal Military Government and the Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Source Eniola Bello Read More
A Closer Look At Moody’s Report on Nigeria’s Ratings – Moody’s Investors Service, one of the global credit rating agencies, in its most recent report, changed its outlook on Nigeria’s credit ratings to negative from stable. Source Proshare Read More
Absence of Data on Nigeria’s Infrastructure Gap Makes Planning A Nightmare – Olufemi Awoyemi – Nigeria’s productivity hinges on a robust infrastructural framework that can drive efficiency. The Chairman of Proshare, Mr. Olufemi Awoyemi, said this as a keynote speaker at the second edition of the Nigeria Infrastructure Development Awards, NIDA in Lagos. Source Proshare Read More
Oil Jumps On Saudi Surprise – OIR 061219 – Oil prices rose on Friday morning, fueled by optimism about the new OPEC+ deal and the Saudi promise to, once again, overcomply with their production quota. Source Oilprice Read More
2019 Review and 2020 Outlook – LBS Executive Breakfast Session – December 2019 – 2019 was a year of Political Trepidation and Growing Uncertainties. Some Nigerians are happy to see the back of 2019 while others are pleased with the slow economic progress. Source FDC Read More
Why The ECOWAS “ECO” Will Not Work, For Now – Nigeria’s temporary closure of its land borders with neighboring West African counterparts signifies more than just a brief difficulty in meeting the terms of the Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) agreement; it equally underscores why the Sub regional Economic arrangement called ECOWAS, will miss its sub-regional single currency target by 2020. Source Proshare Read More
ECOWAS Single Currency Not Feasible In 2020 – Minister – The 2020 proposed date for the commencement of a single-currency regime for West Africa may not be realised as many countries within the region have yet to meet the criteria for the monetary union. The Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Mrs Zainab Ahmed, who confirmed the development in Abuja, said only Togo had met all the convergence criteria. Source Punch Read More
World Bank Approves 26 Micro Projects In Ogun – In its quest to provide quality social infrastructure and improve the standard of living of the rural dwellers in Ogun State, World Bank has approved 26 micro-projects for immediate implementation in13 communities in six Local Government Areas of the State. Source Vanguard Read More.
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