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The upward review in electricity tariff for all categories of consumers but one classified as residential (R1), of between 59.7 per cent and 77.6 per cent announced by the Nigerian Electricity Regulation Commission (NERC)  recently is not only ill timed and totally unjustified but would further impoverished the majority of customers nationwide.

Women protest, demand justice for slain PDP Women Leader

The burning alive of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP woman leader, Mrs. Salome Acheju Abuh, allegedly by blood- thirsty thugs of the All Progressives Congress, APC, and the killing of others during the governorship election in Kogi State recently, is not only barbaric and condemnable but a serious indictment on the nation’s security agencies and we demand they rise up to the challenge of bringing the perpetrators to justice to serve as deterrent.

Thinking through Deep Offshore and Inland Basin Production Sharing Contracts


“We observe that one of the most sustainable ways for the Federal Government to increase its revenue is by enabling new production from Deep Offshore and other locations. Investments, we believe, can be attracted through timely conclusion of ongoing industry reform to guarantee legislative certainty and clarity; ensuring fiscal terms remain globally competitive to maintain investment commitments, and enabling a conducive business environment. With a competitive fiscal framework in place, further income for the Federal Government can be quickly garnered by conducting a new and transparent oil licensing bid round”

Kogi/Bayelsa guber: PDP sends strong message to INEC Chairman, Yakubu


“It should be noted that Bayelsa and Kogi States’ governorship elections are two major elections that will be conducted simultaneously. They are major polls for the INEC, Nigeria and indeed the international community who are already laying in wait to see how much that the country is willing to learn from the mistakes of previous elections. The elections are the first after the contentious general elections of 2019. People would be interested in the outcome of the elections if they must measure Nigeria’s growth on issue of electoral reforms.”

Nigeria: A trudging giant @ 59

“Some would argue that Nigeria has progressed with more hospitals, universities, airports and high rise buildings and keeping the country united. While these proponents may be right, the reality is that countries like China, India, Indonesia and Brazil, whose populations are bigger than Nigeria’s, except for Indonesia, and who were at par with Nigeria in the early 1960s, have all overtaken her. Where are the groundnut pyramids, the cocoa farms and the oil palm plantations? How come that at 59 years the country cannot feed herself? The challenge of insecurity of lives and property, massive unemployment, declining living standards, – the worst since 1960-and total collapse of public infrastructure in the land are inexcusable for a country that is ranked the sixth in global oil production”

Rethinking Buhari’s Next Level cabinet


“Therefore, President Buhari must be in hurry to assuage the expectations of Nigerians who expect him to hit the ground running in a demonstration of his understanding of the challenges of the country. If the period of 2015 to 2019 was Buhari’s learning curvy, he must abhor any form of mistakes or demonstration of ineptitude in the appointment of ministers this time around. If the era of change must be admitted as the period of party patronage, the Next Level regime must be performance driven.

This becomes necessary because Nigerians cannot continue to witness the obvious hardship that has characterized the Buhari administration in the last four years despite the change mantra of the All Progressives Congress (APC) government”.

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