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Nigerians getting poorer because of FG’s borrows for wrong reasons – Peter Obi

Are you borrowing for productivity or are you borrowing for consumption? My worry here is that we are borrowing for consumption.

Group blasts CBN over Nigeria’s dwindling economy

the failure of the CBN Governor, Mr Godwin Emiefele, is beyond imagination, saying that the government turned deaf ears when there was a public call for Mr President not to reappoint him for a second term in office.

VAT controversy and the possible solution

By Kabiru Adisa FCA Undoubtedly, Nigeria is evolving and passing through significant phases in her existence. The challenges...

Stop borrowing for consumption — invest in profitable ventures, Peter Obi tackles FG

He asked the government to use the funds wisely, saying what develops a nation is education, health and things that can pull people out of poverty.

Religious misconceptions amidst secession plan: mere personal quirks, not religion-based

It's best Muslims toiling to bring to an uncertain halt the so much justified agitation which many are seeing as the last comforting resort, search their souls through the prism of abominable inequalities that birthed, moralized and normalized the secession quest.

Nigeria losing $30bn annually from revenue leakages — Reps

“Some expected imports that were funded by foreign equipment loans and other direct allocations of foreign exchange for foreign exchange valid transactions were neither translated to imports nor their import duties paid to the Nigerian Customs Service.

Cryptocurrency: Dogecoin surges more than 25%, market cap grows to $54 billion on Coinbase listing this week

In early May they fueled the crypto asset’s rally to its all time high of 67 cents, per Coin Metrics. His appearance on SNL, in which he called dogecoin “a hustle,” just as easily sent the price crashing back down.

Bitcoin plunges as Tesla, ARK reiterates support

In the midst of the crypto sell-off on Wednesday, Musk tweeted a 'diamond hands' emoji though, used in social media to signal a position is worth holding on to.

Bitcoin rises 5.6% to $49,337.72

Bitcoin, the world's biggest and best-known cryptocurrency is up 77.9% from the year's low of $27,734 on Jan. 4, and down 24% from the year's high of $64,895.22 hit on April 14.

Nigeria experienced decline in remittance inflow by 28% in 2020 ― World Bank

“The decline in flows to Sub-Saharan Africa was almost entirely due to a 28 per cent decline in remittance flows to Nigeria.

African cryptocurrency exchange process $3.2bn in three years

Dogecoin was down 18.85 per cent. It had a live market cap of $60,978,133,650, a circulating supply of 129,545,137,245 DOGE coins, and its max. supply was not available.

Bitcoin loses market share

Bitcoin is valued above $58,000 and accounts for about 46 per cent of the crypto market. This is down from the 70 per cent share of the crypto market it held at the beginning of the year.

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I might not get married – Burna Boy

My mum hates it so much when I tell her I’m never getting married. She turns Red!

We inherited insecurity from PDP – APC

the party insisted that the records are there and the facts still reveal that the same PDP was in power when all the triangular demons of Boko Haram, banditry and kidnappers regrettably turned Nigeria into a theatre of criminals and criminality.

70-year-old arrested for defiling 7-year-old girl in Bauchi

The zonal police image maker stated that the victim’s father, one Alhaji Habu, reported the case to the police, saying that, “the suspect was caught red-handed defiling my seven-year-old daughter.”

Buhari in Riyadh for future investment summit

President Buhari, alongside other world leaders, will participate in the opening ceremony of the event on Tuesday and the three-day plenary sessions focused on the theme for the 5th edition of the summit, “Invest in Humanity”.