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For today, Thursday, November 19:


$2.9B arms deal: My story, by Dasuki

Former National Security Adviser, Col. Sambo Dasuki, rtd, whose arrest was ordered by President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday over allegations of fictitious award award of arms supply contracts, yesterday countered the Federal Government. READ MORE....

Buhari sends supplementary budget to Senate, seeks to borrow N2.1trn

The Federal Government has submitted a supplementary appropriation bill of N465.64 billion along with a request to borrow N2.103 trillion for the financial year, 2015, ending in six weeks time. READ MORE...



I have a lot to tell Nigerians, says ex-NSA Sambo Dasuki

What Nigerians should expect from Tuesday's arrest order issued by President Muhammadu Buhari against the immediate past National Security Adviser (NSA), Col. Sambo Dasuki, over alleged arms deals emerged yesterday when he said he was ready to open a can of worms - only when his trial begins. READ MORE....

Buhari wants extra N466b for subsidy, anti-terror war, others

President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday wrote the National Assembly seeking approval for N465.64 billion as supplementary budget for the 2015 fiscal year to among others, pay petroleum subsidy claims amounting to N413,363, 134, 505. READ MORE...



CJN set up fresh Supreme Court panel

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Mahmud Mohammed, is set to set up a fresh panel that will hear tat he will hear the appeal filed by President Bukola Saraki.



Traction not seen after years of mouthing diversification

After several years of shadow boxing, the situaton on ground in Africa's largest economy shows very little has been done in real terms to diversify the economy from oil, create jobs and save for a rainy day. Despite sinking over $5 billion in the Ajaokuta Steel Company Limited, it is yet to be completed.


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