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Quit whining, no body owes you anything, Fayimi tells Nigerian youths

The Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has urged Nigerian youths to ‘quit whining’ and that no body owe them anything. Fayemi made this known in a lecture titled ‘The Successor-Generation: Reflections on Values and Knowledge in Nation Building’ at the 2017 UNILAG Convocation Lecture in Lagos, Monday. Fayemi who went on
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BEYOND RECESSION: Towards a Resilient Economy by Atedo N A Peterside

My focus will be on “Towards a resilient economy”, because virtually all the actions and policies that are required to help build a resilient economy are the exact same ones that will naturally take Nigeria well beyond today’s economic recession and unto a path of rapid and sustainable economic growth. If you aim for the skies you might end up at the ceiling. Likewise, if you do what is necessary to achieve rapid economic growth, then the chances are that you will at least attain modest growth, even where some plans fail.

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Every Govt has the sacred responsibility of addressing welfare … by Buhari

President Buhari’s Address at the inauguration of Kalambaina Housing Estate, Sokoto November 5, 2016 4:56 pm by ismaila.chafe – Nigeria – ADDRESS BY HIS EXCELLENCY MUHAMMADU BUHARI, PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA AT THE COMMISSIONING CEREMONY OF 500 HOUSING UNITS AT KALAMBAINA HOUSING ESTATE, SOKOTO ON SATURDAY, 5TH NOVEMBER, 2016 It is my
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NJC stings DSS, accuses it of intimidating judiciary 

The National Judicial Commission (NJC) has accused the Directorate of State Services (DSS) of acting outside the bounds of due process and unconstitutionally, in the manner it carried out the arrest of judges in the ongoing anti-corruption exercise. It accused the DSS, being a department of the executive arm of government, of attempt to overawe and intimidate the judicial arm of the government.

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John Paden wrong, Tinubu nominated Osinbajo – Tunji Bello

NOTHING strengthens deceit more than silence. And on an occasion like this, one often wonders why some people twist events and history in order to legitimize a mission. While ruminating over why this should be, it is not impossible to embark on introspection by thinking out so many possibilities that politics is replete with. This line of thought is informed by laughable events of the last few days.

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Alleged copyright infringement: Akin Fadeyi’s lawyer reacts, writes Buhari

We have the instruction of Akin Fadeyi to write you this letter. Our client, Akin Fadeyi is the creator of the anti-corruption media campaign project “Not in My Country”. The ‘Not In My Country’ project has been the subject of a heated media exchange over allegations of copyright infringement and counter-allegations of blackmail between some actors and other concerned citizens who were privy to the ‘Not in My Country’ anti-corruption campaign project and the Hon. Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, Alhaji Lai Mohammed. By this letter, we seek to state our client’s position for the first time in a public space, on the many issues thrown up by the media fray. It is our hope that upon reading this letter, Your Excellency will come to appreciate our client’s status as a partner in the pious goals of this administration and the need to thoroughly investigate the issues surrounding the media report.

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Full video transcript of Trump/Clinton First Presidential Debate

Following the six segments of a 90 minutes first U.S Presidential Debate held September 26th, between the Democratic nominee for president of the United States, Hillary Clinton, and her Republican counterpart, Donald J. Trump, America and the world were immersed in a dramatic debate that saw both sides trying to prove to the Americans why either he nor she would make a better U.S president.

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