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If Trump wins the election, what will the United States look like in the next four years?

Matthew Lee Myers This is a tough question to answer, as Trump has set out very few policy positions, and those that he has set out tend to change rapidly or are internally contradictory. We also have no way to gauge how well he would do at getting his policy …

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Who Will Save Imo From The Hands Of Governor Okorocha – Kenneth Uwadi

WHO WILL SAVE IMO FROM THE HANDS OF GOVERNOR OKOROCHA In the face of misgovernance in Imo I am at lost at the fanfare exhibited by the governor of Imo State Owelle Rochas Okorocha just to celebrate 5 years of stagnant performance. It is all over the news that Governor …

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Restructure Nigeria, To Save It – Reuben Abati

No one should be surprised by the loud and widespread support that has attended the latest call by former Vice President Atiku Abubakar that Nigeria needs to be restructured. In his words, “our current structure and the practices it has encouraged have been a major impediment to the economic and …

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8 Awkward Places Nigerian Ladies Snap Profile Picture

As we all know that most Nigerian ladies are so obsessed with taking pictures just to flaunt their styles on social media. By the reason of this obsession, some take pictures in any environment they find themselves not minding how awkward these pictures look. Here are the awkward places many …

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Why the FG’s current limited deregulation may still fail. – Doyin Okupe

Deregulation of the downstream oil sector is a right step in a right direction. But it does not have to come with hike in fuel price. The Hon Minister of state announced that anyone can bring in PMS, but must source the Forex at secondary markets. Yet the government, after, …

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Buharinomics, Fuel Price Increment and the Concept of Governance -Olugbemiga Afolabi

Let me be blunt from the beginning. The Buharis government has no known and articulate economic blueprint on how to manage and restructure the Nigerian economy to benefit the mass of the people. From the president himself (Buhari), his Vice (Osibajo), Minister of Finance (Kemi Adeosun), Central Bank of Nigeria …

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One Year After; Where Is the Nigerian Economy Heading? – Uzoma Ngozi

Nigeria’s overdependence on oil is one reality that President Buhari’s government has to grapple with if it will survive the crash in the global oil prices. The good news is that every challenge posed to this administration is a prospect for them to make a change, just as they promised …

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The Great Muslim Awakening: Conversion of Conviction or Convenience?

AMSTERDAM — Hundreds of Pakistanis and Afghans have been lining up at a local swimming pool in Hamburg, Germany, to be baptized as Christians. In the Netherlands and Denmark, as well, many are converting from Islam to Christianity, and the trend appears to be growing. Indeed, converts are filling up …

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Fuel Price Hike Protests And Social Media Activism – Olugbemiga Afolabi

The recent fuel price hike as recently announced by the Buhari’s government has understandably generated a lot of comments, opinions, appeals, and reactions on many platforms, especially on the social media. More regrettably has been the tendency and resort to abuse and counter abuse by die hard supporters of Buhari’s …

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The Difference Between 2012 Fuel Subsidy Removal And 2016 Fuel Price – Nelson Ekujumi

Regime Is About Trust Since the announcement and implementation of the increase in the pump price of fuel from N86 and N86.50 per litre to a cap limit of N145 per litre respectively under the President Muhammadu Buhari led administration, one has read and listened to a lot of commentaries …

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