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NOA Urges To Promote Made In Nigeria To Grow The Economy

The Acting Director General of the National Orientation Agency, (NOA), Mrs. Ngozi Ekeoba has urged Nigerians to key into the present administration’s Change Mantra by promoting Made-in-Nigeria goods for the growth of the economy and the development of our country. 204 more words

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How Micropayments Can Drive the Future of the Nigerian Economy

One important aspect of micropayments is the fact that its definition varies from person to person. Generally, micropayments are regarded as financial transactions involving very small sums of money. 806 more words

The Minister of Finance & The step towards International Development

A few days ago, the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, on behalf of the Federal Government, opined that the economic challenges currently facing the country are surmountable without it having to take any loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). 1,192 more words

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Lagos, here I come!

Good evening, my people, my people!

For these few days I have been away, I missed everyone but am not sure anyone here is missing me… Hahaha! 343 more words

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Fayose: I’m Not Interested in the Presidency

The Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Ayo Fayose, has ruled himself out of the campaign for a joint presidential  ticket with the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Ali Modu Sheriff, saying he is not interested in being the president or vice-president of the country. 372 more words

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PRESIDENT BUHARI HAS TOLD NIGERIANS THAT HIS ADMINISTRATION WOULD NOT FAIL THEM, WELL SPOKEN. WE BELIEVE HIM AND HIS GOVERNMENT'S WILLINGNESS TO WORK FOR THE NIGERIAN PEOPLE.

Even if fighting corruption has taken much of president Buhari and his administration time, sincerely this process needs more time to get the problem eradicated in the country, the government is doing quite well on that. 392 more words

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Address by President Muhammadu Buhari at the National Economic Council Retreat

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I am delighted to have the opportunity to address this distinguished and all-important retreat on the Nigerian economy. The purpose of this retreat as outlined in the Retreat Concept Notes is to generate immediate, medium and long-term viable policy solutions to the economic challenges facing us at both the Federal and State levels.

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