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NNPC’s $20.9bn Oil Revenue Declaration Misleading – Reps Committee

The Finance Committee of the House of Representatives has accused the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) of releasing misleading figures of earnings from oil to Nigerians, saying while it was declaring shortfall in revenue, it has also been remitting income to the Excess Crude Account which is exclusively for excess income.

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ABOLISHING REGIONAL GOVERNMENTS WAS A MISTAKE By James Pam In a nation-wide broadcast on 24 May, 1966, Gen. J. T. U. Aguiyi-Ironsi, Chairman, Supreme Military Council, announced the abolishment of the then existing three Regional Governments of Southern Region, Eastern …

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Deconstructing El-Rufai

Former Minister of Federal Capital Territory, Nasir Ahmad El Rufai’s relentless criticism of the administration of President Goodluck Jonathan and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) seems to have become a regular feature of some Nigerian media in recent times.

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The Nationality question

Permit me to begin this contribution with two incontrovertible assertions. Firstly had we successfully answered what has come to be collectively known as the ‘’Nationality Question’’ in the ’50s and ’60s there would have been no civil war in 1967

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No Aide Will Mislead Jonathan — Gulak

Apparently faulting the claim of former President Olusegun Obasanjo that aides of President Goodluck Jonathan are misleading him, the Special Adviser to the President on Political Matters Ahmed Gulak has rebuffed the allegation, saying that the President is capable of identifying good advice from his hordes of advisers.

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The Al-majiri problem

THE root cause of the Al-Majiri in Nigeria, is due to the fact that the Nigerian Muslim intelligentsia, have failed to adopt the modernist scholars’ interpretation of Holy Koran Chapter 4 verse 3 and in preference chosen to hold on to the old orthodox school’s interpretation of the above-mentioned verse.

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