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Nigeria Undergoes Second Peer Review, By Jibrin Ibrahim

The validation meeting emphasised that it is imperative that Nigeria consolidates its efforts towards: diversification of the economy to reduce the impact of external shocks, encourage private sector-led development, improve infrastructure to create a conducive environment for business development, reduce youth unemployment, right-size and transform the civil-service and combat corruption…
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Adams Oshiomhole: From Cape Verde to Cape Bendel With Love, By Jaafar Jaafar

Governor Adams Eric Oshiomhole is in the news again. Not for a row with a widow but for a vow with a Cape Verdean model. The diminutive comrade leapt his way to an African island where he won the heart of an ex-air hostess and model. The comrade governor wants…
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Abdulmumin Jibrin: the Man the Speaker’s Cap Fits, By Godwin Onyeacholem

Come June 2015, a new Speaker of the 8th House of Representatives in the 4th Republic will be elected to replace the incumbent, Rt. Hon. Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, who many Nigerians believe has had a glorious stint in that exalted office. No doubt, the 360-member House of Representatives that will…
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Strategies To Reset The Frayed U.S.-Nigeria Relations, By Johnnie Carson

As Nigeria prepares for a democratic transition of presidential power on May 29, the United States needs to act fast, wisely and comprehensively to strengthen relations by reaching out to the new government of President-elect Muhammadu Buhari. Nigeria's elections were a political triumph for its people and for the future…
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