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The Missing Trillions (1) O I read some of the responses to my article, “Buhari vs Jonathan: Beyond the Election”, and I want to thank...
As a nation, we have had a difficult history with debt. As such, no one can forget the challenging times we went through from 2003 to 2005 trying, in the end, successfully to get relief on our large external debt. Neither the government nor any Nigerian wants a repeat of the country’s past history of large debts.
Nigeria’s former Head of State and leader of the opposition Party, Congress for Progressive Change (CPC) has pointed out that too much political and economic power concentration at the Federal level in Nigeria form the biggest stumbling block to the nations progress and development.
The Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) has alerted the nation of an impending doom as the nation’s Ship of Economic health is heading towards...
Nigeria has achieved impressive economic growth between 1999 and 2010, as the economy grew fifteen fold from US$36 to nearly US$555 billion, according to “The 2012 Gender in Nigeria Report by the British Council, Nigeria”.
A Professor of Professors, many Economists of note passed through him in his days in the University of Ife where he was the first Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences.
Nigeria's economy lost out on an estimated 207.4 billion naira due to an eight day strike this month prompted by a dispute over fuel import subsidies, the national bureau of statistics said on Wednesday.
Eminent Nigerians discuss the best way out of the current economic doldrums, especially as few Nigerians milk the nation in a large scale exploit...
As part of the determination by Goodluck Jonathan's to make his dream real for the the nation, his constituted economic team members are already swinging into action to tell the world the president and his team mean business.
"I am not afraid. It is not good enough to have a brilliant team but they must support each other to deliver results. I am very demanding, it is about execution", Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
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