Tag: Federal government of Nigeria

Nigeria Is Heading For Bankruptcy OBJ Raises Alarm, Says Nigeria Debt Now Stands At N24.947 Trillion

Former president of Nigeria Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has raised an alarm over the increasing debt profile of the country while the present administration has continued to borrow more money to…

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What manner of President does Nigeria need

Easily given to ceremony than substance, it is no surprise that Nigerians seem carried away yet again by the enactment a few weeks ago of the “Not-Too-Young-To-Run” Act. By ‘Nigerians’…

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FG begins haulage of petroleum products by rail

The Federal Government through the Nigeria Railway Corporation NRC says it will this week commence haulage of petroleum products across the country by rail.     The first trip according…

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Senate moves to ensure minors are not kept with criminals in Nigerian prisons

The senate today ruled that minors and underage suspects are not kept in the same environment as adult criminals.     Reacting to a motion moved by Senator Victor Umeh…

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GE led Consortium Signs Interim Phase Agreement with FG for Rail Concession

Following its award of preferred bidder status by the Federal Government of Nigeria in May 2017, the International Consortium led by GE last Friday in Washington D.C, signed an agreement…

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N7.8 billion, $378 million recovered through whistleblower policy – FG

The Federal Governments whistle blowing policy is yielding results as N7.8 billion, $378 million and 27,800 pounds have so far being recovered, says Finance Minister Kemi Adeosun who briefed reporters today Wednesday…

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FG set to employ 200,000 health personnel

Given the short fall in the number of workers in the country’s health sector, the Federal Government has disclosed that it is set to recruit 200,000 Nigerians under its Community…

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FG to Nigerians: 4,500MW daily of electricity guaranteed

The Federal Government has assured Nigerians that from 2018, the country will have access to a minimum baseline daily power supply of 4,500Mega Watts (MW).  This will be realized through…

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