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Inter-Tribal Conflict: Leaders must unite against criminality — Senate

FG’s facing paucity of funds, Lawan cries out, seeks PPP to build critical infrastructure

By Henry Umoru PRESIDENT of the Senate, Senator Ahmad Lawan, has raised the alarm that President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration was facing very serious paucity of funds at present. Speaking yesterday in Abuja while declaring open a-five-day interactive session organised by the Senate Joint Committee on Finance and National Planning Stakeholders on the details of the
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PPP, health, accountability, transparency

Africa’s Public-Private Partnerships in Health Campaign: Improving accountability and transparency

By Wofai Ibiang African leaders have consistently neglected their country’s health sector despite several pledges to improve it. A Brookings Institute report highlighted that as of 2015, Africa accounted for one percent of the global health spending, even though the continent bore 23 percent of the world’s disease burden. In 2001 the leaders of 52 African countries
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16% completion of 2nd Niger Bridge: The facts on ground

FRESH hope on Niger Bridge Passing through the River Niger Bridge from Asaba, capital of oil-rich Delta State to Onitsha, the commercial nerve-centre of Anambra State, penultimate Wednesday, it was difficult to recognise that major works are ongoing on the much trumpeted Second Niger Bridge, which groundbreaking was performed by former President Goodluck Jonathan.

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