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Read the full details on our digital edition when you join our WhatsApp Communities here. Here are the major headlines for today: Experts Question CBN Sack Of Bank Boards, Management… Ask Apex Bank Governor To Explain Details For Action My Commitment To Sustainable Devt In N-Delta On Course — Tinubu FG Committed To Upholding Rights
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Experts Question CBN Sack Of Bank Boards, Management

…Ask Apex Bank Governor To Explain Details For Action Analysts are casting doubts on the sincerity of the Central Bank of Ni­geria (CBN) in the dissolution of the board and management of Union Bank, Keystone Bank, and Polaris Bank. Those who spoke to Daily Inde­pendent at the weekend queried how the CBN could replace the
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Remain Resolute In Defeating Insecurity, CDS Charges Troops

 The Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Christopher Musa, on Sunday urged troops to re­main resolute in defeating insecurity and ensuring en­during peace in the nation. Musa made the call in Abuja in his goodwill mes­sage to the armed forces on the occasion of the 2024 Armed Forces Remem­brance Day. He said the event held an­nually
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Shettima Leads Nigeria’s Delegation To World Economic Forum In Davos

 Vice President Kashim Shettima on Sunday de­parted Abuja to attend the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Shettima will join other political and business lead­ers from across the world for the week-long meeting, which will hold from Jan. 15–19, 2024. The Forum engages fore­most political, business, cultural and other leaders to
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2024 Budget: NiMet To Spend N644.2m On Fumigation, Stationeries, Computers

LAGOS – The Nigerian Meteorolog­ical Agency (NiMet) has budgeted N644.2 million on the cleaning, fumigation, purchase of computers and stationeries for its offices across the country. This was contained in the 2024 budget recently approved by the National Assembly. The budget, which was obtained by our correspon­dent, indicated that NiMet would spend N370 million on
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SERAP Threatens To Sue NASS Over Its N344.48bn 2024 Budget

LAGOS – The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has threatened the National Assembly with lawsuit if after seven days it failed to cut its N344.48 bil­lion 2024 budget. It called on the Senate President, Godswill Akpabio, and Speaker of the House of Representatives, Tajudeen Abbas, to promptly reduce the National Assembly’s budget of N344.85
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Development Versus Debt Peonage

 By: Brian Browne, republished in the Rational Perspectives column in March 2017 Intro: Last week, this column re­published ‘The High Cost of Borrowing: Who is Fooling Who?’The article discusses in­flation, faulty monetary policy, and recommendations that could be of benefit to the system. If you missed this article, it can be found using the link
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Greed, Ethics, And Public Service In Nigeria

 Nigeria, a country with a rich cultural heritage and abundant natural resources, has grappled with the complex interplay of greed, ethics, and public service throughout its history. The nexus between these elements has had profound implications for the na­tion’s development, governance, and the well-being of its citizens. The interplay of greed, ethics, and public service
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Air Peace Set ForAbidjan, Cotonou Flights

LAGOS – Air Peace is set to launch flight connectivity from its Murtala Mu­hammed International Air­port (MMIA), Lagos hub to Cotonou in Benin Republic and Abidjan in Ivory Coast, effective January 22, 2024. This would bring to 10, the airline’s regional des­tinations in less than a de­cade of commencing sched­uled flight operations. A statement by
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Chevron Nigeria Gets NewChairman/ Managing Director

Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL), operator of the joint venture between the Nigeri­an National Petroleum Com­pany Limited and CNL, has announced the appointment of Jim Swartz as the Chair­man and Managing Director of Chevron Nigeria/Mid-Af­rica Business Unit, effective April 1, 2024. Until his appointment, Swartz was Vice President, Capital Projects based in Houston, USA. He brings
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