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Buhari fails in his promise to be Minister of Petroleum for 18 months


More than two years after informing Nigerians that he is going to combine the post of Minister of Petroleum Resources and President of the country for only 18 months, the presidency has remained silent on why President Muhammadu Buhari is yet to announce a substantive Minister of Petroleum Resources. Some industry analysts traced the recent brouhaha that engulfed the ministry ...

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Buhari, ministers lure investors with new policies at 72nd UNGA


President Muhammadu Buhari and three ministers on Tuesday addressed the world on new business and investment windows in Nigeria at the ongoing 72nd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), New York. In his emotion-laden speech, Buhari touched several global challenging issues in need of collective attention of the world and called on international investors to see Nigeria as the destination. President ...

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#ResumeOrResign: Day 2 turns injurious, but protesters remain adamant

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First test for the resilience of Nigerian youths calling on President Muhammadu Buhari to either resume work as elected President of federal Republic of Nigeria or resign and go home came on Tuesday as protesters were fired teargas by the Police but they remained unperturbed. The coalition of civil society groups, led by popular musician and ‘Area Fada’, Charles Oputa, ...

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Nigerians divided on FT’s analysis of Buhari’s economic policies in 2 years

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Since the last week’s tailored analysis of Nigeria’s economy under President Muhammadu Buhari by David Pilling, Africa editor of Financial Times of London, suggesting that the economy is becoming worse than the current administration met it, Nigerian economic pundits who spoke to our correspondents have shown a sharp division in their submissions. Pilling had presented near convincing analogy, with a ...

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