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Buhari's ‘offer’ To IMF

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The ripples generated by the recent visit to Nigeria by IMF's First Lady, ChristienLagarde, are certainly not about to simmer down. For instance, not a few economic hotheads have expressed strong sentiments against the Buhari administration opening its door to the Bretton wood institution, much less entertaining it.

The Bell Tolls For ‘Form A’

The Bell Tolls For ‘Form A’
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Words filtering out of the meeting between Central Bank Governor, Godwin Emefiele and IMF boss, Christine Lagarde, suggest that tougher times await parents whose children are in school abroad. We gathered, authoritatively, that banks have been directed to stop allowing parents to remit housing and upkeep allowances through the ‘Form A’ window.

'Living By Water, Dying Of Thirst’

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The phrase above is a line taken from a popular song by American country music idol, Don Williams. In that number, he muses about the inscrutable logic of fate that, for instance, makes someone dwelling close to a river find that he/she is reduced a life of thirst. Old Williams' words certainly ring true for the state situated between two famous rivers in Nigeria.

Sacking 'Under The Influence'

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We have certainly not heard the last of the jaw-dropping tales of sleaze, debauchery and absurdities that took place under the fedora hat-wearing former tenant of the Rocky Villa. The one just reaching us borders on farce.

Abubakar Audu's "Last Bus Stop''

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Ever so colourful, AbubakarAudu could move mountains with his sense of humour. To say that he was worshipped by the people of Kogi State would be restating the obvious.

Falana, Too ‘Dangerous’ To Be Minister

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You may have heard that despite vigorous representations by Vice President YemiOsinbajo, Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) Femi Falana was not appointed minister because of “irreconcilable differences.” That is true. It is also true that when Osinbajo persisted, he was asked, “What is special about Falana?

When MTN Crossed The Red line

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While MTN and the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) are bracing up for a court battle, we have been informed that the company’s attempt to negotiate a further reduction, after its fine was reduced from $5.2million to $3.9million, rubbed the Presidency up the wrong way. A source told IC, “MTN wrote the Presidency for audience to negotiate the penalty further.

Madam Minister Did More Than ‘The Needful’

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It doesn’t matter what you say about her, no fair-minded critic can accuse of this former minister of not knowing how to spread butter on her bread. When she wasn’t busy remodelling the airports – which entailed throwing buckets of paint at collapsing walls – she was busy obtaining exotic bulletproof cars or cutting sweetheart deals with foreign airlines on landing slots.

 

President Muhammadu Buhari’s Ministerial List Unveiled

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On Tuesday, October 6, the Senate President Bukola Saraki made public the names of those on the list submitted to it by President Buhari last week. Only three women made it to the list which contains 20 names. They are Aisha Alhassan, Kemi Adeosun and Amina Mohammed.

Saraki Unveils Buhari's Ministerial List

Saraki Unveils Buhari's Ministerial List
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The Edo state Governor Adams Oshiomhole has said he does not see anything surprising in the arrest of Nigeria’s former petroleum minister, Diezani Alison-Madueke. The official insisted that under Goodluck Jonathan’s presidency the economy of the country had been “badly mismanaged,” The Punch reports.

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