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AllAfrica News: Nigeria
  • Why I Excluded Private Sector From Economic Team - Buhari
    [Daily Trust] President Muhammadu Buhari says he excluded private sector players from his administration's economic management team in order to prevent them from steering government policies to suit their own "narrow interests."
  • Agriculture Nigeria's 'New Oil' - Akabueze
    [Daily Trust] Agriculture is the "new oil" for Nigeria and the only way to get the country out of the present economic downturn, the Director General, Budget Office of the Federation, Ben Akabueze, has said.
  • Aisha Buhari Launches Project On Child Nutrition
    [Daily Trust] The wife of the president, Hajiya Aisha Buhari, has launched a programme called, "Get involved", to prevent death of children from malnutrition.
  • Attracting Foreign Investors to the Forex Market
    [Vanguard] Feelers from last week's foreign investment road-show by Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) indicated that Nigeria's finances and the economy as a whole may be headed to its worst external sector positions.
  • Retired Military Officers Pledge Support for Buhari
    [Daily Trust] Kaduna -Retired military officers have thrown their weight behind President Muhammadu Buhari's administration. They said the support for the president was in view of the "enormity of the problem facing the country".


I have done lots of work with the previous president of Nigeria while I was in the office and all of Africa and we know that without Nigeria fulfilling its potentials and exacting its leadership, it will be greatly difficult for the whole of Africa

Tony Blair. Former British Premiere during his recent visit to Nigeria

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