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Mon, 03 Jul 2017
By Ismail Mohammed, AbujaA group, Joint Northern Youth Forum, yesterday condemned in strongest terms the disrespectful manner the Coalition of Northern Youth responded to an unconfirmed remark wrongly attributed to the billionaire investor Alhaji Aliko Dangote.Dangote was alleged to have described the ultimatum issued to Igbo to vacate the North by Arewa youths as reckless and a manifestation of frustration and joblessness.In a statement signed by the groups director of Media and Publicity, Ashi 
Mon, 03 Jul 2017
By Ikeogu Oke This is one of my several interventions in the public space urging the National Assembly to recognise the need to put national interest first in its actions. One of the previous interventions was entitled Of Power Probes and National Interest and published in most of our dailies. It was inspired by the National Assembly trivialising power probes in my opinion and making what I considered to be unfounded allegations about the countrys power sector reform. Also, the allegations could 
Mon, 03 Jul 2017
By Ofonwuk JimmyThe very first step towards unlocking the economic growth potential of a state or organization is to create a strategic economic vision. This, perhaps, derives its effectiveness, functionality and usefulness from the trite saying, Failing to plan is planning to fail.The monumental implication of an exercise of this magnitude is to provide a guide to the Chief Executive of such institution. Therefore, any leader who fails this first litmus test could be said to be groping in the d 
Mon, 03 Jul 2017
By Ifeanyi OmokweBy the time Dr Abraham Nwankwo stepped down as the Director General of the Debt Management Office (DMO) last week, the office had become one of the most critical institutions of the Federal Government driving the economic reform agenda of the President Muhammadu Buhari administration.Not only has it initiated a new debt management template which has seen a slight increase in external borrowing to keep the domestic market liquid, but it also rolled out some innovative debt instru 
Mon, 03 Jul 2017
By CHIKA IZUORA, LagosPrices of Diesel has continued to extend the declines since last week as recent strategic intervention of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has led to a 42 percent fall in the price of the Automotive Gas Oil (AGO) across the country.A national survey by Oil and Gas Forum, NNPCs weekly TV programme, indicated that in the last few weeks, the price of diesel has fallen steadily from between N175 and N200 per litre as at June 18, 2017, to as low as between N155 

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Mon, 03 Jul 2017
By YUSUF BABALOLA, LagosA United Kingdom-based publication, Guide to Port Entry, has accused government officials of allegedly seeking bribes and gratifications before clearing vessels for berthing at Lagos seaports. The publication is the most accurate and comprehensive port information resource which assists crew in planning port calls to over 11,400 global commercial ports and terminals.The report features more than 3,300 pages of port information and over 5,600 port plans and mooring diagram 
Mon, 03 Jul 2017
By ANTHONY AWUNOR, AbujaThe Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) has stated that despite the fact that the passenger Bill of Rights unequivocally states what the Airline must do to help secure the quality of Travel and Consumer rights of their passengers, Nigerians are yet to know these rights.Director general of NCAA, Captain Murtah Usman who disclosed this pointed out that Nigerian air passengers often are not aware of their rights when they are left stranded by an airline unlike their Eur 
Mon, 03 Jul 2017
By Bukola Idowu, LagosAlthough it started out on a note that was not encouraging, analysts say the Nigerian economy has fared better in the first half of 2017 than it did in the past two years due the policies put in place by both the fiscal and monetary authorities.The first half of the year has seen inflation begin to ease by the second quarter. Negative growth of the Gross Domestic Product also decline with many projecting that the economy would record positive growth by the end of the second 
Mon, 03 Jul 2017
By BUKOLA IDOWU, LagosNigerias foreign exchange reserve in the first half of 2017 grew by 16 per cent despite the several interventions of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) at the foreign exchange market standing at $30.271 billion as at June 29, 2017 according to latest data on the website of the apex bank.The reserves which stood at $26.097 billion at the beginning of the year rose by $4.2 billion by the end of the first half of the year, a figure that shows a 14.8 percent improvement from a y 
Mon, 03 Jul 2017
By OLUSHOLA BELLO, LagosThe Nigerian equities market recovered last week from previous weeks loss as investors resorted to bargain hunting in stocks that had depreciated in prior trading sessions. Consequently, the All Share Index gained by 995.34 points or 3.10 per cent to 33,117.48 points, increasing the year-to-date gains to 23.23 per cent.Also, market capitalisation improved by N344 billion to close at N11.452 trillion. Capital market analysts attributed the rally seen in the market to posit 

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