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FG’s foreign debt is $27.6bn, not $76bn, DMO replies Falana

The Debt Management Office, DMO, has said Nigeria’s foreign debt was not $76 billion but $27 billion. The...

6.1% shrinking of economy: FG won’t be able to service rising debts, fund budget –MAN, others

Things are tough for average consumer, inflation going up – ManufacturersTackle rising inflation, unemployment, says Lagos chamber of industryChannel forex into productive...

British public debt tops two trillion pounds for first time

Britain's public debt went above 2 trillion pounds for the first time in July as the government ramped up public spending...

Breaking: COVID-19: IMF grants debt relief to 25 countries, excluding Nigeria

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) says it has granted debt relief to 25 countries. Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of...

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$3m bribery: Court sentences ex-Rep Farouk Lawan to 7 years imprisonment

The Court, in judgement that was delivered by Justice Angela Otaluka, found the four-term lawmaker for Bagwai/Shanono Federal Constituency of Kano State, guilty of demanding an aggregate sum of $3million from Chairman of Zenon Petroleum and Gas Ltd, Chief Femi Otedola, to give his company a clean bill of health in the fuel subsidy probe the House of Reps initiated on 2012.

Former President Goodluck Jonathan bags another appointment

Cavendish University Uganda is affiliated with Cavendish College London, Cavendish University Tanzania and Cavendish University Zambia. CUU held its first graduation ceremony in November 2011.

Senate confirms Yahaya as Chief of Army Staff

The confirmation was sequel to the presentation and consideration of the Joint Committee on Defence and Army on the confirmation of the Nomination of Major General Farouk Yahaya for appointment as Chief of Army Staff of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and presented by the Chairman, Senator Aliyu Wamakko, All Progressives Congress, APC, Sokoto North.

2023: We’re working on Igbo presidency —Abaribe, Moghalu

The lazy assertion to secession is the reason why we are not moving forward. The problem is that the government is trying to militarize every agitation. What we need is to return to true federalism when President Buhari exits office in 2023,