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It’s time to execute Orosanye report — NECA

It’s time to execute Orosanye report — NECA

By Agbonkhese Oboh Nigeria Employer’s Consultative Association, NECA, has said current economic realities have made it important for the Oronsaye report to be implemented and deliberate efforts made to plug leakages in governance. NECA’s Acting President, Mr. Taiwo Adeniyi, made the points at a post-Governing Council briefing, on Thursday, at NECA House, Lagos. Although Adeniyi
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Buhari seeks confirmation of nominees as Justices of Supreme Court, others

Beyond Oronsaye report: Buhari pays lip service to cost of governance

By Olu Fasan LAST month, on May 1, President Muhammadu Buhari ordered the implementation of the Oronsaye Report on the rationalisation of federal parastatals and agencies six years after it was submitted to his predecessor, President Goodluck Jonathan. Recently, in his Democracy Day speech, President Buhari said he approved the implementation of the report because
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Oronsaye Report

Resort to Oronsaye Report not enough

FIVE years after assuming power, President Muhammadu Buhari has initiated moves to implement one of his 2015 campaign promises: reducing the size of the Federal Government. The twin blows of Coronavirus pandemic and the steep crash of crude oil price which left Nigeria with little money to spend may have compelled this. That is unfortunate.
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Buhari seeks confirmation of nominees as Justices of Supreme Court, others

COVID-19: Job cuts loom, as Buhari falls back on Oronsaye report

There were widespread fears of imminent job cuts in the public sector yesterday as President Muhammadu Buhari, in response to COVID-19 realities, approved  implementation of a report submitted by the Stephen Oransaye Presidential Committee on Restructuring and Rationalization of Federal Government Parastatals, Commissions and Agencies during the Goodluck Jonathan administration.

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Letter to my countrymen: This confab must succeed, By Atedo Peterside

Every now and again I read Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, in the newspapers, where he is speaking in his capacity as Co-Chairman of the National Assembly Committee on the Review of the 1999 Constitution. Usually, he is making a spirited defence of some “important” positions on national issues which his Committee might be taking. I feel sorry for Senator Ike Ekweremadu because it appears nobody is really interested in joining issues with him on anything, including even his favoured six-year single term for a President and our 36 Governors. It is almost as if close to 170 million Nigerians at home and abroad have conspired to ignore him and his Committee.

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