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NHIS, Nigerians

NHIS covers less than 5% of Nigerians ― Reps

Say scheme, can’t account for billions of public funds By Tordue Salem – Abuja The House of Representatives Joint-Committee on Insurance & Actuarial Matters, Health Services and Health Institutions, has disclosed that despite a steady guzzle of billions of public funds in 15 years, the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) has captured less than five
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Nigeria, Moody's

Nigeria’s public finances increasingly ‘fragile’ in ‘sluggish growth environment ― Moody’s

Moody Cooperation, commonly referred to as Moody’s has revealed that Nigeria’s public finances are increasingly fragile in a “sluggish growth environment.” The global business rating organisation also rated the government of Nigeria negative from stable in its recent ranking released 4th December 2019. Moody’s, however, retained Nigeria’s B rating, stressing that its decision to affirm
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Moody's, Nigeria

Moody’s changes outlook on govt of Nigeria’s rating to negative from stable

Affirms the B2 ratings Moody’s Investors Service (“Moody’s) has today changed the outlook on the government of Nigeria’s ratings to negative from stable. Concurrently, Moody’s has affirmed the B2 long-term local and foreign currency issuer ratings, the B2 foreign currency senior unsecured ratings, and the (P)B2 foreign currency senior unsecured MTN programme rating. The new
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Social media, SERAP, FG

Social Media Bill: What FG should do to abusers ― SERAP

Victor Ogunyinka The Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) has advised the Federal Government to Enhance the capacity of the judiciary to apply existing legal mechanisms (e.g. Libel and Defamation) to misuse of social media. SERAP explained that social media has been a tool for disseminating information and engaging citizens and there are existing mechanisms
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