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Allen Onyema To Buhari:  You saved Nigeria’s economy by suspending Air Nigeria

oday, we conclude the Allen Onyema interview today. He throws light on the challenges of airlines in Nigeria and what government should do to grow the
industry in Nigeria. He says governments running airlines is moribund, commending the Federal government and President Buhari for suspending Air
Nigeria take off, arguing that the suspension saved Nigeria huge waste.

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Pass economy related bills, Ighodalo tells NASS

In his welcome address at the Nigerian Economic Summit, the Chairman of the NESG, Mr. Asue Ighodalo, said that the Organised Private Sector (OPS) operators were concerned that several Bills meant to stimulate the nation’s economy, by attracting private capital to areas hitherto operated as government monopolies, were yet to be passed by the National Assembly.

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Danger ahead as economy is now on auto pilot

THAT the people perish for  lack of good leadership has been one of the abiding verdicts of history. The Nigerian situation today is proving Horace right. In the last three months, I have found myself in several states, east, north, south and west – Sokoto, Kebbi, Zamfara, Kogi, Abia, Akwa Ibom, Kaduna, Niger, Edo,Imo, Kwara, Oyo, Ogun, and of course, Lagos. There is a common thread linking all of us in this country today, irrespective of the government and the political party in power – a sense of despair about the economy. We needed no Brookings Institute or World Poverty Watch or the British Prime Minister or Bill Gates Foundation to tell us that our dear fatherland has not only become the largest hatchery of people living in abject poverty, the situation is getting worse every minute. We have thousands of economists to do that for us. 

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Danger ahead as economy is now on auto pilot

THAT the people perish for  lack of good leadership has been one of the abiding verdicts of history. The Nigerian situation today is proving Horace right. In the last three months, I have found myself in several states, east, north, south and west – Sokoto, Kebbi, Zamfara, Kogi, Abia, Akwa Ibom, Kaduna, Niger, Edo,Imo, Kwara, Oyo, Ogun, and of course, Lagos. There is a common thread linking all of us in this country today, irrespective of the government and the political party in power – a sense of despair about the economy. We needed no Brookings Institute or World Poverty Watch or the British Prime Minister or Bill Gates Foundation to tell us that our dear fatherland has not only become the largest hatchery of people living in abject poverty, the situation is getting worse every minute. We have thousands of economists to do that for us

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