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Pension Fund Assets Record Six Percent Lift

Pension Fund Assets Record Six Percent Lift

🕔06:51, 13.Oct 2017

Available report on Thursday by the National Bureau of Statistics and the National Pension Commission has shown that pension fund assets increased by N862bn to N6.164tn as of December 31, 2016. Analysis of the figures shows a six percent increase

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Report: Buhari Drowning Nigeria In Debt

Report: Buhari Drowning Nigeria In Debt

🕔04:50, 20.Sep 2017

It is yet unknown when the borrowing will stop,with the Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun warning severally that Nigeria cannot afford to borrow more, while Minister of Transportation, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi insists that the government will have to borrow to fund some capital projects.

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Analysts Question Exit From Recession As Currency In Circulation Dips

Analysts Question Exit From Recession As Currency In Circulation Dips

🕔06:33, 12.Sep 2017

Disposable income has been wiped off and low purchasing power is now the order of the day in most households

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The Buhari Magic: Nigeria’s Inflation Rate Drops

The Buhari Magic: Nigeria’s Inflation Rate Drops

🕔12:50, 28.Aug 2017

The National Bureau of Statistics has just released the Consumer Price Index with the inflation rate dropping marginally from 16.1 per cent in June to 16.05 per cent in the month of July. It reads in part, ” The inflation

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Nigerians Are Pathologically Corrupt–Presidency

Nigerians Are Pathologically Corrupt–Presidency

🕔16:45, 18.Aug 2017

“It is as if only the President and the Vice-President are in support of the war against corruption,”he said.

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Nigeria Police Not Corrupt- Spokesman

Nigeria Police Not Corrupt- Spokesman

🕔06:58, 18.Aug 2017

He was reacting to the NBS report that says Police officers directly demanded for bribes

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Recession confirmed. Now what? —  Nonso Obikili

Recession confirmed. Now what? — Nonso Obikili

🕔03:06, 6.Sep 2016

The National Bureau of Statistics just confirmed what most Nigerians already knew. The economy shrunk by 2% year on year to the end of June confirming that we are officially in a recession. The first recession maybe since the 1990s

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