Nigeria news today headlines update Monday 7th January 2019

Nigeria news today headlines update Monday 7th January 2019

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target=_blank>Still On Amina Zakari And IGP Idris

Perhaps, two of the major stories in the country last week, were reports on the continued stay in office of the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, having been due for retirement on January 3 and the new assignment given to Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) commissioner, Mrs. Amina Zakari, as head of collation centre for
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target=_blank>2018: One Bank Down As Sector Endures The Good And The Ugly

Lagos – The banking sector endures the good, the bad and the ugly in the Year 2018. The year opened for the Nigerian banking sector on a promissory note as banks reeled out their plans for a promising year. The year 2018 was very challenging and equally eventful for the Nigerian banking sector as Skye Bank
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target=_blank>Okoi Obono-Obla And The Anti-Corruption War (2)

Dan Amor In 2004 following TI’s categorization of Nigeria as the third most corrupt country in the world, the Olusegun Obasanjo administration, instead of looking inwards and soberly reassessing its anti-corruption programme to find out why the campaign had neither secured credibility even among Nigerians nor yielded any  positive dividends worth commending, decided to lambast
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target=_blank>Days After Christmas, Traders Groan Over Unsold Christmas Hampers

Lagos – Products which are unavailable in certain seasons of the year are termed as seasonal goods.  A common example in this context is Christmas hamper, as Christmas is celebrated once in a year. In this regard, traders usually stock hampers in their shops mostly in the month of December. Unfortunately, this is what most traders
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target=_blank>Banks’ Shareholders Still Mourn Loss Of Investment In Skye Bank

Shareholders of banks in the country will not forget the year 2018 in a hurry. The year saw them losing their investment in Skye Bank when the N10.69 billion shareholders’ fund suddenly disappeared with the takeover by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the emergence of a bridge bank, Polaris Bank. Also, their investment
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target=_blank>Haunting Echoes Of A Sage (2)

A summary of Professor Sam Aluko’s interview, in February 2004, with TAYO ODUNLAMI of The NEWS magazine was published, in this column last week. In the first part of that interview, the distinguished Professor of Economics, responded to questions on the potential impact of Naira devaluation, fuel pricing, privatisation and foreign investment. In Part (2)
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target=_blank>ABUAD Marks 9th Year Of Commencement Of Uninterrupted Academic works

Tunde Olofintila Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti, ABUAD,literally rolled out the drums last Friday (January 4, 2019) to celebrate the 9th Anniversary of the commencement of uninterrupted Academic works in the 21st Century University which has earned itself a name in the league of world Class Universities, its short history of existence notwithstanding. It has become
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target=_blank>The Call For State Of Emergency In Zamfara

The endorsement by Governor Abdul’aziz Yari of demand for declaration of a state of emergency in Zamfara State is a development that signposts official frustration of security breakdown in the state. Considering that the governor had once lamented his helplessness to reverse the collapse of law and order in the state, his more recent decision
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target=_blank>Implementing Nigeria’s Road Concession Policy

The physical infrastructure which is the backbone for the development of any nation comprise; roads and bridges, power generation plants, power transmission and distribution networks, water and sanitation networks, seaports, airports, and railways.  The colonial period marked the evolution of modern transport system in Nigeria with the development of networks of road, rail and water
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Backward Integration, Core Of Our New Expansion – Einarsson, Promasidor MD

Recently Promasidor Nigeria launched into the Nigerian market a new product called SunVita. In a chat with DAVID AUDU, the Managing Director, Anders Einarsson, spoke on the expansion project and it benefits to the Nigerian economy. Excerpts: Can you give us a background of what Promasidor embodies as a brand in Nigeria? Promasidor is an […]
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