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Is Osinbajo right that “Nigeria is indissoluble”? - Daily Trust
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Daily TrustIs Osinbajo right that “Nigeria is indissoluble”?Daily TrustThe Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, on Wednesday stated categorically that: “Nigeria is indissoluble,” while addressing State Governors in Abuja. Over the past few weeks, he had been addressing traditional, ethnic, religious and political leaders in a ...Osinbajo Urges Governors To Protect Their Citizens, Says 'Nig
 
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Ghana ahead of Nigeria in aviation hub race - Guardian (blog)
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Guardian (blog)Ghana ahead of Nigeria in aviation hub raceGuardian (blog)Experts are unanimous on the comparative advantages Nigeria has over Ghana in terms of passenger traffic, local airlines and infrastructure, among others. strong>What FG should do, by experts. Ghana appears to be leading in the race for the aviation ...and more »
 
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“Nigeria is indissoluble,” Osinbajo tells governors - Premium Times
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Premium Times“Nigeria is indissoluble,” Osinbajo tells governorsPremium TimesPic 30. From left: Chief of Staff, Alhaji Abba Kyari; Minister of Defence, retired Brig.-Gen Mansu Dan-Ali; Minister of Interior, retired Lt.-Gen Abdulrahman Dambazzau; Speaker, House of Representatives Yakubu Dogara and Acting President Yemi Osinbajo ...Governors tell agitators: Nigeria must remain oneThe Nation
 
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Nigeria to become 3rd most populous country by 2050 – UN report - Vanguard
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VanguardNigeria to become 3rd most populous country by 2050 – UN reportVanguardNew York – Nigeria is projected to be the world's third most populous country by the year 2050, according to a report released by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Statistics by experts show that by2040, Nigeria's population growth ...Nigeria to become world's third most populous country
 
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Nigeria Rolls Out $2 Billion Brazil-Like Social-Welfare Plan - Bloomberg
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BloombergNigeria Rolls Out $2 Billion Brazil-Like Social-Welfare PlanBloombergNigeria is rolling out its first national social-welfare program modeled partly on Brazil's Bolsa Familia in a bid to boost a weak economy and curb poverty by giving cash to its poorest citizens and ensuring their children go to school. The government ...and more »
 
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Otodo-Gbame: Nigeria court rules eviction unconstitutional - BBC News
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BBC NewsOtodo-Gbame: Nigeria court rules eviction unconstitutionalBBC NewsA Nigerian court has ruled that the forcible eviction of tens of thousands of people from a waterfront slum in Lagos is unconstitutional. The judge said the rights of those evicted, such as the residents of Otodo-Gbame, had been violated as there was ...and more »
 
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Transforming Nigeria's companies Registry - Daily Trust
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Daily TrustTransforming Nigeria's companies RegistryDaily TrustThe ease of doing business is one of the major factors that attract investments to a country, in addition to other factors such as capital, market, security, etc. Some years ago, investors looking to do business in Nigeria were easily turned away by ...
 
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World Bank approves $611 million credit for Nigeria's out-of-school programme - Premium Times
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World Bank approves $611 million credit for Nigeria's out-of-school programmePremium TimesMany kids can't be in school because they have to earn to support their families. Related News. The World Bank has approved a credit of $611 million to support Nigeria in bringing back out-of-school children into the classrooms. The bank also approved ...and more »
 
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Nigeria, Germany sign 10 million Euros polio aid agreement - Premium Times
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Premium TimesNigeria, Germany sign 10 million Euros polio aid agreementPremium TimesThe Nigerian government and its German counterpart on Wednesday signed a 10 million Euros aid agreement to eradicate polio in Nigeria. The agreement was signed in Abuja between Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama, and the German ...and more »
 
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Diamond sells stake in Atlas Mara to realise Nigeria ambitions - Telegraph.co.uk
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Telegraph.co.ukDiamond sells stake in Atlas Mara to realise Nigeria ambitionsTelegraph.co.ukRobert 'Bob' Diamond, chief executive officer of Atlas Mara Co-Nvest Ltd. and former chief executive officer of Barclays Plc, poses for a photograph in Davos, Switzerland. Lucy Burton. 21 June 2017 • 4:31pm. Bob Diamond is selling a chunk of his ...Bob Diamond's Africa Bank Ups Stake in Union
 
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