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Nigerian govt is determined to boost tax system – Adeosun

Since the middle of 2014, when the price of crude oil fell dramatically, Nigeria’s finances became challenged. This is not hard to explain: we’ve historically depended on crude oil for as much as 70 per cent of government revenues, and 90 per cent of foreign exchange earnings. The outcome – pressure on government’s finances – was by no means unusual. A similar fate befell most oil-rich countries around the world.

Osun rerun: APC now paying voters N100,000 per vote – PDP alleges

FORMER media aide to immediate past Senate President, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan has signified his interest to contest for the national publicity secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP during the party’s national convention slated for December 9th in Abuja.The aspirant who is currently a member of the Editorial Board of Thisday Newspapers is bringing his wealth of experience of 25 years of robust journalism into the position if elected.

Buhari's govt begged Maina to join Change Agenda-- Family

…Nigerians losing faith in Buhari – Akin Oyebode
The family of the embattled former chairman of the Presidential Task Force on Pension Reform, Abdulrasheed Maina has described their son as a messiah who was begged by President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration to join the Change Agenda, with the assurance of security protection even as Maina has reportedly fled to Niamey in the Niger Republic.

2019: How APC is buying PVCs of IDPs – PDP cries out

By Chiedu Johnson

Nigeria’s main oppositon party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is on a quest for rebirth having been miraculously rescusitated from its near interment state, all thanks to the surgical intervention of the Supreme Court. Now hope is renewed that the party can indeed fulfil its role as the main opposition party or even a viable alternative to the ruling government.

Buhari calls for youth participation in anti-corruption crusade


President Muhammadu Buhari undertakes the political ritual of Independence Day broadcast to the nation this Sunday morning, in a speech that highlights major strides in the pet themes of the administration: anti corruption, war against terrorism, economic revival and infrastructure development.

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