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Nigeria and beggar bowl leadership approach

    Nigeria and beggar bowl leadership approach

BY JEROME-MARIO UTOMI As a nation, Nigeria and most of her federating states are currently faced with serious socio-economic issues/survival dilemmas. Although this in my view has been on overtime

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Southern, middle belt leaders: No more loans for Nigeria — it’s a disputed project

    Southern, middle belt leaders: No more loans for Nigeria — it’s a disputed project

The Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance for Self-determination (NINAS) has urged global financial institutions to stop giving loans to Nigeria. NINAS, which is a multi-ethnic alliance comprising southern and middle belt

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Obaseki: Nigeria in financial trouble — FG printed N60bn to share in March

    Obaseki: Nigeria in financial trouble — FG printed N60bn to share in March

Godwin Obaseki, governor of Edo, says Nigeria is in huge financial trouble. Obaseki said the federal government printed N60 billion as part of federal allocation for March. Speaking at the

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DMO: Public debt increased by N692bn in three months — hits N32.91trn

    DMO: Public debt increased by N692bn in three months — hits N32.91trn

The Debt Management Office (DMO) says Nigeria ended the year 2020 with a public debt stock of N32.91 trillion. This means that public debt increased by N692 billion in the

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NBS: Nigeria’s public debt increased by N6trn in one year

  NBS: Nigeria’s public debt increased by N6trn in one year

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) says Nigeria’s total public debt stock as of third quarter of 2020 (Q3 2020)

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DMO: Nigeria’s debt hit N22.7trn in Q1 2018

  DMO: Nigeria’s debt hit N22.7trn in Q1 2018

Nigeria’s total debt rose slightly by 4.5 percent to N22.7 trillion in the first quarter of 2018, the country’s debt

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