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Ajaero, Your Demand of N1 Million Minimum Wage Is A Big Joke

The call from Joe Ajaero, the President of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), for the government to review workers’ monthly wages is something a responsive government should consider, even without being prompted by the threat of strike actions, particularly given the over 100% year-on-year inflation rate in the country. However, for the president of the […]

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Now That NNPC Will Submit Receipts of Oil Sales To The CBN, What Next?

President Bola Tinubu’s directive for the Nigeria National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC) to submit receipts of crude oil sales to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is not only bold but also signals the end of the era where the oil company served as its own auditor. The opacity of the NNPC has long posed

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Olayemi Cardoso of CBN

Cardoso, CBN Policies Cannot Unilaterally Tackle Inflation

The recent promise by the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Yemi Cardoso to introduce anti-inflation policies sounds like the “usual political talk”, it lacks the sufficient economic substance that is needed to fight Nigeria’s 27-year debilitating 28.9 percent inflation, which is largely driven by food. Nigerians have grown weary of such rhetoric. Speaking

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Tinubu signs Access to Higher Education Bill into law on June 12

Tinubu, You Are The Chief Security Officer, Act Like One

The recent 60 million naira crowdfunding on Twitter for kidnappers, aimed at securing the release of Alhaji Mansoor Al-Kadriyar’s six children, casts a shadow on President Bola Tinubu’s Foreign Direct Investment drive. Despite his previous assurance at an international event that all business bottlenecks had been removed, this incident demands swift action from him as

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