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Shettima, Fashola Carpet TV Legal Analysts, Promoters Of Parliamentary System

ILORIN – Vice President Kashim Shettima, and Babatunde Raji Fashola, former governor of Lagos State and Minister of Power, over the weekend knocked lawyers who are in the habit of appearing on television to give legal opinions on matters of national importance, saying that good lawyers appear more in court or are in their chambers

SERAP Gives Govs Seven Days To Disclose Details Of SIEC Members, Others

LAGOS – The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has called on Nigeria’s 36 state governors to promptly disclose details of chairmen and members of their State Independent Electoral Commissions (SIECs), including their qualifications and political affiliations, if any, and the mechanisms of their appointment. It said if they failed to do this in seven

Nigerian Newspapers: Top Stories For Today (03/06/24)

Read the full details on our digital edition when you join our WhatsApp Communities here. Here are the major headlines for today: NASS Last-Minute Moves Fail To Stop Labour’s Nationwide Strike… NLC, TUC Industrial Action, Premature, Illegal, FG Warns… Darkness, Fuel Scarcity Loom As NUEE, NUPENG, Others Join… Aviation Unions Vow To Shut Down Activities

Nigeria Clears 98% Of Blocked Funds, Remaining $19m – IATA

LAGOS – Nigeria has cleared about 98 percent of the total blocked funds of foreign airlines with $19 million still trapped in the country. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) stated this on Sunday at the commencement of its three days 80th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and World Air Transport Summit, holding in Dubai, United

NASS Last-Minute Moves Fail To Stop Labour’s Nationwide Strike

…NLC, TUC Industrial Action, Premature, Illegal, FG Warns …Darkness, Fuel Scarcity Loom As NUEE, NUPENG, Others Join …Aviation Unions Vow To Shut Down Activities At All Airports ABUJA – The last minute moves by the leadership of the National Assembly on Sunday failed to stop the organised labour from embarking on a nationwide strike, which

South Africa: Economics Above Politics

South Africans voted in national and local elections on May 29, exactly one year after Nigeria inaugurated its current president. Since 1994, this election has been the most significant post-apartheid election and the most unpredictable in the country›s 30 years of democratic rule. The ruling African National Congress (ANC) lost its parliament majority for the

T he Treasury Bill Scam Continues To Flourish

By: Sir Henry Olujimi Boyo (Les Leba) first published in August 2014 Intro: Last week, this column republished ‘Too Much Talk About Dollar Certificates?’ The article responds to concerns held by readers of this column to encourage critical thinking and awareness about the realities of the Nigerian economy. (See www.betternaijanow. com for this series and

X-Raying Lagos Models Of Intermodal Transport Development

After a seeming lull in the commitment of the Lagos State government to the development of other mode of trans­portation to serve as viable options to road, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu with his THEMES+ Agenda has reinvigorated its efforts at firming up the development of the rail and water transportation along the massive repairs, reconstruction and

Revolutionising Taxation: Between Inclusive And Exclusive Tax Policy

The Presidential Fiscal Policy and Tax Reforms Committee held a one-day workshopfor analysts and journalists over proposed reforms to taxation in Nigeria. BAMIDELEOGUNWUSI was there. It has been established that reduction in taxes payable by Nigeria may bring more prosperity to all as more people and companies will pay appropriate tax­es rather than operating an

Cost Of Raising Children In Nigeria: Navigating Soaring Prices Cum Market Challenges

Nigeria, like many other countries, faces the daunting challenge of rising living costs.Families across the nation grapple with the increasing prices of basic goods and services,making it particularly difficult to bear and nurture children. In this analysis, ISAAC ASABORdelves into the factors driving up expenses for parents and caregivers, shedding light on theharsh realities faced

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