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The toxic waste ship saga

Part of the reorientation campaign should be focused on encouraging Nigerians to buy and use new products, especially those of good quality made in Nigeria. It is safer and cheaper in the long run. The encouragement of credit and hire purchase systems will help in no small measure.

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Living Extra Constitutionally

The refusal to transmit the letter should have been viewed for what it was: a gross misconduct on the part of the president, punishable by removal from office through impeachment. Since the Constitution did not make the transmission of a letter optional, the president and his handlers should have known the grave effect of neglecting to write and forward that letter. And having failed to do so, the National Assembly should have followed the next logical prescription of the constitution by commencing an impeachment process.

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Gen. Aliyu’s Observations On Banking Reform

THE comment made by the National Security Adviser (NSA), General Aliyu Mohammed Gusau against activities of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Economic and Financial Crime Commission (EFCC) is coming at a time when Nigerians are wondering if the government is not in touch with the business community and the economic reality of our time. The CBN reforms no matter how well intentioned has dealt a serious blow on the economy.

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Curbing oil theft

THE arrest of a Greek-owned oil vessel on Wednesday, March 31st 2010 at the Lagosgbene Creek of Brass, Bayelsa state by operatives of the Joint Military Task Force came as welcome news. It shows that our security personnel in the strategic oil producing zone of our country are still very alert and alive to their responsibilities.

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Curbing oil theft

THE arrest of a Greek-owned oil vessel on Wednesday, March 31st 2010 at the Lagosgbene Creek of Brass, Bayelsa state by operatives of the Joint Military Task Force came as welcome news. It shows that our security personnel in the strategic oil producing zone of our country are still very alert and alive to their responsibilities.

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Capital Flight

THE Nigerian economy is no doubt facing serious challenges. One of the challenges it is grappling with is capital flight which might soon assume the proportion of haemorrhage as Nigerians and corporate bodies are moving funds massively out of the country as well as changing from naira to dollar since September last year.

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