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Over the years, the utilisation of various social media platforms such as Twitter and Tik Tok has gained prominence in the political sphere as many politicians seeking office use the


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The completion and commissioning of the Dangote refinery is a defining moment for the Nigerian, African and, indeed, the global

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Oloibiri National Oil Museum: 40 Years After

Long before the creation of Bayelsa State on 1 October 1996, the Oloibiri oil museum tower was built by the

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Blue Economy, Green Economy: What Economy?

'Growing alternative economies will give Nigeria the opportunity to make the most of its wealth of natural resources, develop human

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Cashless Policy and the Cashless Banks of Nigeria

'Nigerians queue for long hours at the ATMs, struggling to get their hands on the new notes with little or

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The CBN & the Cashless Economy Humdrum

Since the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) made another vain attempt to reintroduce the ill-conceived policy of pegging the withdrawal

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Who Has Seen the New Naira Notes?

This is a hard time for Nigerians. We are not only grappling with worsening fuel scarcity but also the scarcity

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Building Nigeria’s Future on Shea Nuts

Nigeria is sitting atop a massive shea nut goldmine. 60 per cent of the world’s shea trees are in the

By Abachi Ungbo 6 Min Read

Working to Drop the Poverty Trophy

The earlier we learn the lessons of the past few decades, that Nigerian governments are not purveyors of national transformation

By Olugbenga Jaiyesimi 12 Min Read

Are the New NNPC Ltd and PIA Not Sources of Crisis?

While the oil-producing communities of the Niger Delta wallow in abject poverty and are deficient in infrastructural development because of

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