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2012 budget: Jonathan, NASS and the rest of us

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By Richard Ihediwa

What is happening to the N4.8 trillion 2012 budget passed by the National Assembly? Why hasn’t the President signed it into law? These are  the questions on the lips of many Nigerians especially as every debtor, corporate and individual now blame their inability to pay up on the delay by President Goodluck Jonathan to sign the budget into law so that, as they say, money will start to flow.


The making of the nation’s conscience

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By Lawrence Olaoye

The Aminu Waziri Tambuwal led House of Representatives, from all indications, has not disappointed Nigerians in the last few days. The turbulence that followed the announcement of the removal of fuel subsidy by the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) at the beginning of the year would have spiraled into serious economic dislocations but for the intervention of the green chamber.


Insecurity: worried Senate to the rescue

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By Richard Ihediwa

The Senate resumed plenary on Tuesday with the insecurity in the country occasioned by the series of attacks by the dreaded Boko Haram sect and the anti fuel subsidy protests topping its agenda for the week.


VOX POP: More reactions on yesterday's deadly UN building bomb blast

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Emmanuel Ogbeche
The attack at the United Nations building today is very unfortunate, and a sad development, because it has opened a new chapter of violence in this country. It is regrettable for innocent Nigerians and other workers that have gone there today to do their legitimate duties, only to face this dastardly act. It is a cause for worry and concern to all law abiding and well meaning Nigerians.


Bomb Blast: One week after, IGP Ringim faces criticism over attacks

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By Atureta Adeiza

The nation resumed its passionate patch up of socio-economic activities following last Thursday's bomb blast at the Force headquarters in Abuja. Even as civil service officers and security operators began their normal duties, the atmosphere still remained tense and full of suspicions.

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