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The government at all levels has been urged to take action to address food insecurity, as the ongoing economic hardship is still affecting Nigerians. The Oluwaseye Yomi-Sholoye Foundation stated that this development would bring relief to millions.

A former federal lawmaker and member of the Peoples Democratic Party, Farah Dagogo, has urged President Bola Tinubu to increase efforts to improve the country's economy and ease the current difficulties. Dagogo issued the statement through his media aide, Ibrahim Lawal, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State on Thursday. He […]

President Bola Tinubu on Tuesday said the economy is taking a turn for the better and Nigerians will “all smile once again” in the coming months. He noted that some nations have undergone worse economic experiences than Nigeria has in the past few months. Tinubu, who was represented by Vice President Kashim Shettima, made these […]

Enugu State Governor, Peter Mbah, has said that only radical thinking and a creative approach to governance could stimulate rapid economic development in Nigeria. Mbah said this became necessary given the nation’s brand of presidential federalism which excessively vests the nation’s revenues in the centre, thereby hindering bold social and economic development. A statement by […]

Former Niger Delta militant leader and founder of Tantita Security Services Nigeria Limited, Chief Government Ekpemupolo, also known as Tompolo, is worried about the state of the national economy. He is appealing to all Nigerians to be on guard against those who seek to harm the nation's oil and gas economy out of greed. "Our economy is in dire need […]

By Peter Catterall Thousands of delegates from across China will convene in Beijing next week for the start of the country’s annual legislative meetings known as the “Two Sessions”. The tightly controlled voting on legislation already pre-approved by the ruling Communist Party means there will be no major changes. But the meetings do provide a […]

At this stage of the early 21st century, when transparency has evolved from buzzword to business principle, when it’s possible to track anything just about anywhere, you might think it would be a simple matter to choose some everyday product—a cup of coffee, say, or a pen—and trace the paths taken by its parts […]