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JOINT COMMUNIQUE ISSUED AT THE END OF THE EMERGENCY MEETINGS OF THE NATIONAL EXECUTIVE COUNCILS OF THE NIGERIAN LABOUR CONGRESS, THE TRADE UNION CONGRESS AND CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS HELD ON FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2016

NLC IN A RALLY The emergency meeting debated extensively the implications of government’s unilateral increase in prices of petroleum products, noting government’s disinclination for consultation on issues of public interest and its obsession with protecting product marketers at the expense of the Nigerian public. The meeting expressed concern about government’s neo-liberal policies which it considered…

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CBN SENSITIZES TARABANS ON INITIATIVES

CBN Governor By Sabiu Kabuga, Jalingo The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Thursday commenced a three day sensitization programme in Jalingo, the Taraba State Capital. The sensitization, tagged ‘ CBN Fair’ was aimed at enlighten the low income people especially women, youths, farmers, enterprenuers and financial providers about initiatives of the CBN. The Taraba CBN…

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GANDUJE IN UAE FOR INVESTMENT MEETING

Gov. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano State and Kano based business tycoon, Alhaji Tajuddeen Aminu Dantata seated among hundreds of participants at the opening of the Annual Investment Meeting organised by UAE Ministry of Economy yesterday.

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THE CONTRIBUTION OF AGRICULTURE TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA.

BY IBRAHIM JIMOH IHIMA, The agricultural sector in Nigeria has witnessed one of the most positive transformations. The Eric Ashby‟s Commission Report on Post School Certificate and Higher Education of the early 1960s has stressed the importance of agriculture to the Nigerian Economy in its preamble thus “Three out of every four our Nigerians work…

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As The Federal Government Reduces The Fuel Price

On 19th January, 2015, effective 18th January, 2015, the Federal government led by Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan reduced the petroleum pump price by N10- per litre (from N97 to N87). This reduction is necessitated by the fall of petroleum price in the world market. Read the politics of fuel price in Nigeria.

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