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Day: September 13, 2022

Economists have said that a combination of orthodox drone technology and the non-conventional tactics could help Nigeria protect approximately 400,000 barrels per day of crude oil. The experts spoke recently at a breakfast session organised by the Lagos Business School, a statement said. The statement further noted that the macroeconomic, fiscal and forex benefits to


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The Senate, through its Committee on Finance, has disagreed with the Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning,  Zainab Ahmed, as well as heads of revenue generating agencies in the country on the proposed  2023 – 2025   Medium Term Expenditure Framework (and Fiscal Strategy Paper. The finance minister at the interactive session held on Tuesday


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Raphael Ede examines the fresh crisis in the Enugu State chapter of the All Progressives Congress and its implication for the 2023 general elections The fragile peace in the Enugu State chapter of the All Progressives Congress was shattered on August 19, 2022, following the announcement of the suspension and expulsion of the state’s party


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Nigeria’s oil production plunged to 972,000 barrels per day in August 2022, as Angola and Libya overtook Nigeria by producing higher volumes of crude during the review month, the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries has said. OPEC disclosed this in its September 2022 report, confirming the figures released recently by the Nigeria Upstream Petroleum Regulatory


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The Lagos State Government has warned owners of all structures on drainage alignments and setbacks to relocate to higher grounds. The state Commissioner for the Environment and Water Resources, Tunji Bello, gave this warning in a statement on Tuesday, adding that many of such buildings have already been marked in Mende, Maryland and Aboru in


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As Nigeria prepares for 2023 one of the major challenges to contend with is the epidemic of insecurity. Violence has been recorded across the country’s six geopolitical zones, further dividing it along ethnic, religious and political lines. Incidents have been notably higher in the North-West and South-East where banditry, terrorist activities, herder-farmer conflicts and secessionist


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The Lagos State House of Assembly has directed the state’s Commissioner for Waterfront Infrastructure, Kabiru Abdullahi, to appear before its Committee on Waterfront Infrastructure unfailingly on Thursday. The lawmakers, during plenary on Tuesday, complained that Abdullahi disrespected the House of Assembly by his refusal to honour an invitation of a House Committee which has oversight


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The Lagos State Cooperative College has advised its members on the need to embrace new approaches and business models in a post-COVID-19 era. The Provost of LASCOCO, Akorede Ojomu, gave this advice on Tuesday at the start of a four-day intermediate training for managers, trustees and members of cooperative societies, held in Agege. He said,


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The Project Director, Broadband Implementation Steering Committee, Abubakar Maina, has disclosed that the Federal Government may fail to meet its target to provide cheaper smartphones in line with the Nigerian National Broadband Plan 2020–2025. This was according to a presentation document he made on the implementation status of the NNBP 2020–2025 to the National Digital


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The Lagos State Government has disclosed its plan to partner with the private sector on the smart city project through the use of innovation and technology. The General Manager of Lagos State Infrastructure Maintenance and Regulatory Agency, Bisoye Coker-Odusote, disclosed this on Tuesday, during a press briefing in Lagos. She said, “Our third annual stakeholders’


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