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The minister for Finance has revealed a ground breaking feat achieved by the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government, at a crucial time in Nigeria's history.
Nigeria's Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, will yet again visit Lagos state, but this time he comes in company of the CBN Governor, Godwin Emefiele.
Dr Kalu Idika Kalu, a former minister of finance, says Nigeria can resolve its current economic recession challenges if its leadership goes back to the basics.
Governor of Kaduna state - Mallam Nasir El-Rufai has warned that 2017 would not be a year when anything will be left to chance, and all must be accounted for.
An economic expert, Prof Uche Uwaleke, has said the recovering oil price, contribution of banks to GDP will help Nigeria’s economy recover recession in 2017.
In a Facebook live video released by Senator Bruce, the senator warned that if oil prices should crash, Nigeria might find itself in a bigger economic crises.
Nigeria’s inflation has risen to 18.55 per cent, its highest in more than 11 years, according to the latest data from the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).
Just few days after New Year celebration, traders in major market across the state lament low patronage as prices of goods increases by 30 percentage.
Nigeria will get out of recession, and grow its gross domestic product (GDP) by one percent in 2017, according to a global economic report by the World Bank.
The Fiscal Sustainability Plan was further assented to by state governments with the view to enhancing fiscal prudence and transparency in public expenditure.
Pastor Tunde Bakar, founder of the Latter Rain Assembly, has sounded a very crucial note of warning and advise to President Muhammadu Buhari over the economy.
The Nigerian Young Professionals Forum (NYPF) launched a flagship Entrepreneurship Programme, the Young Entrepreneurs & Students Grant Scheme in March 2016
The report said the private jets were either sold out or returned between 2015 and 2016 adding that not less than 31 have been de-registered by the authorities.
Ben Bruce said that complaining about Jonathan's administration and failing to take responsibility for the current reality blocked Buhari from ending recession.
The general overseer of Divine Fortune Assembly in Yenagoa, Bayelsa state, Ken Esekhaigbe said the economic recession was caused by man's greed and corruption.
Mimiko noted that the country is facing very harsh economic conditions and security challenges but that the citizens needed determination to scale the hurdle.
According to the budget presented to the Senate by President Muhammadu Buhari, the EFCC, will also spend N40 million on refreshment and meals in 2017.
Senator Gershom Bassey says President Buhari-led executive and the Senate are determined to put a stop to the economic recession in the first quarter of 2017.
Some Nigerians have accused the federal government of investing in the popular Ponzi scheme, MMM, following reports of scarcity of small naira denominations.
Dr Abbas Tajuddeen representing Zaria Federal Constituency has claimed that over N5 trillion government projects have been abandoned across the country.
Ayodele Fayose, the governor of Ekiti state, has once againg attacked the All Progressives Congress (APC) led federal government on behalf of Nigerian people.
The CEO of Ultimate Cycler one of the new Ponzi schemes has decided to address a particular question asked by many Nigerians about the scheme's principles.