Monthly Archives: October 2017

Senate Applauds President Over The Sack Of SGF


The Senate says sack of former Secretary to Government of the Federation, Mr Babachir Lawal, has vindicated its position on investigation carried out by its Ad hoc Committee on Mounting Humanitarian Crisis in the North-East. It urged other committees charged with the responsibility of investigating other alleged corrupt matters in the country to expedite action and report to the Senate ...

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MWUN Commends NIMASA on Sustained Industry Peace, Rules Out Picketing

Dakuku Peterside NIMASA

The President General of the Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria, Comrade Adewale Adeyanju has commended the Management of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) led by Dr. Dakuku Peterside for creating the platform for sustained labour stability in the entire maritime sector. Comrade Adeyanju gave this commendation when members of the Union’s National Officers paid a courtesy visit ...

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Driving Automation Among Small Businesses Can Help Meet Nigeria’s Tax Goals

Babatunde Fowler FIRS

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that Nigerian governments’ ability to effectively finance infrastructure and services is constrained by low tax collection, even as its comments on Nigeria’s low tax-to-GDP ratio have highlighted the importance of driving higher levels of payroll and accounting automation among the country’s businesses, especially small, micro and medium-sized enterprises. This was said by Regional ...

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How Police, Others Created Insecurity, Voters Apathy in Anambra Election – Intersociety


The authorities of the Nigerian Security Agencies, especially the Nigeria Police Force, have earned notoriety in creation of fears and insecurity among the citizenry especially during elections in Nigeria. This they do with mischievous intents aided by poor public relations and communications. It has been the case over the years especially in Southern part of Nigeria and the minority settlements ...

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OGD CRIMES: Is Silence Indicative of Concurrence? by Senator Buruji Kashamu

Senator Kashamu Buruji

Amusingly, weeks after I have notified fellow PDP members of the inherent dangers in electing Otunba Gbenga Daniel (OGD) as the National Chairman of our party; he had cleverly refused and/or been unable to make the ordinarily expected point by point rebuttal. Should this silence be taken as concurrence to the committal of these crimes? Being a lover of due ...

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Willie Obiano as Candidate of APGA Uncertain as Court Hears Suit Seeking to Stop Him

Willie Obiano

The candidature of the incumbent governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano, is uncertain as a Federal High Court in Abuja has fixed November 9 for hearing of an application seeking to stop the All Progressives Grand Alliance flag bearer from contesting the November 18 governorship election in the state. Justice John Tsoho on Monday ordered the serving of the court ...

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