Continent Has a Lot to Do On Economic Integration – Mugabe

[The Herald] African governments have a lot to do if they are to achieve an integrated continental economy and create home-grown solutions to continental problems, President Mugabe has said. Africa, he said, was facing numerous challenges in this endea…

[The Herald] African governments have a lot to do if they are to achieve an integrated continental economy and create home-grown solutions to continental problems, President Mugabe has said. Africa, he said, was facing numerous challenges in this endeavour, among them, terrorism and serious labour migration to Europe and the United States of America. President Mugabe made these submissions yesterday during a plenary session of the African Economic Platform (AEP) Summit underway here. "But, I would want to say from a Go

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Govt Tracking Govs’ Use of Paris Club Refunds

[Vanguard] The Ministry of Finance is in the process of releasing about N522 billion second tranche of the Paris Club Refund to states amid controversies over the terms for the releases.

[Vanguard] The Ministry of Finance is in the process of releasing about N522 billion second tranche of the Paris Club Refund to states amid controversies over the terms for the releases.

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FG, Agip, Shell, Others Sued Over Unauthorised Transfer of Malabu Oil Shares

[Leadership] The federal government, two oil giants- Agip and Shell and seven others have been dragged before the Federal High Court in Abuja over the ways and manners the shares of Malabu Oil and Gas were unlawfully transferred to unauthorised persons.

[Leadership] The federal government, two oil giants- Agip and Shell and seven others have been dragged before the Federal High Court in Abuja over the ways and manners the shares of Malabu Oil and Gas were unlawfully transferred to unauthorised persons.

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Canada Supports Nigeria’s IDPs, Others With $119.25 Million

[Leadership] The minister of International Development and La Francophonie of Canada, Hon. Marie-Claude Bibeau has said that Canada will provide $119.25 million in humanitarian funding to crisis-affected people in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen.

[Leadership] The minister of International Development and La Francophonie of Canada, Hon. Marie-Claude Bibeau has said that Canada will provide $119.25 million in humanitarian funding to crisis-affected people in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen.

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Adeosun Gives Conditions for Further Release of Paris-London Club Refunds

[This Day] Abuja -The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, on Monday doused the expectations of the 36 state governors on the further release of Paris-London Club refunds to the states, making it clear that any further payments was dependent on the …

[This Day] Abuja -The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, on Monday doused the expectations of the 36 state governors on the further release of Paris-London Club refunds to the states, making it clear that any further payments was dependent on the current and projected cash flows of the federation.

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Death Row Inmates Lose Execution Challenge

[The Herald] Fourteen condemned prisoners who complained of overstaying on death row, have lost their bid to nullify the death sentences imposed on them after the Constitutional Court threw out their application. The inmates, who have spent between fou…

[The Herald] Fourteen condemned prisoners who complained of overstaying on death row, have lost their bid to nullify the death sentences imposed on them after the Constitutional Court threw out their application. The inmates, who have spent between four and 18 years awaiting their execution, approached the Constitutional Court challenging their pending execution. They argued that the length of their stay on the death row was an affront to their human dignity, freedom from torture, inhuman or degrading treatment or puni

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FG Launches New Immigration Policy Targeting Terrorists, Foreign Herdsmen

[This Day] The federal government has unveiled a new immigration policy known as “Immigration Regulations 2017” to check the entry of terrorists and other trans-border criminals into the country.

[This Day] The federal government has unveiled a new immigration policy known as "Immigration Regulations 2017" to check the entry of terrorists and other trans-border criminals into the country.

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Protesters Besiege Amnesty International’s Office, Give It 24 Hours to Leave Nigeria

[This Day] Abuja -Protesters under the umbrella of Global Peace and Rescue Initiative (GOPRI) yesterday besieged the office of Amnesty International (AI) in Abuja, where it demanded that the international rights group should vacate the country within 2…

[This Day] Abuja -Protesters under the umbrella of Global Peace and Rescue Initiative (GOPRI) yesterday besieged the office of Amnesty International (AI) in Abuja, where it demanded that the international rights group should vacate the country within 24 hours.

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