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The Guardian Nigeria

Sunday 7 February 2016
Daily Newsletter:

How Top Civil Servants Plotted To Thwart FG’s Zero-based Budgeting

The Guardian learnt that top civil servants involved in the embarrassment might be shown the door soon, a situation that has led to palpable fear.

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Chibok Girls: Stop Deceiving Nigerians, Obasanjo Tells Govt

DESPITE repeated assurances by the Federal Government that the missing Chibok girls would be rescued and handed over to their parents, former President Olusegun Obasanjo says the optimism might end up as a mirage...

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Lai Mohammed

‘Nigerians Misunderstood APC’s Change Mantra’

THE Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, yesterday said that Nigerians largely misunderstood the Change mantra with which his party campaigned and won the 2015 presidential election...

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Again, Boat Capsizes In Lagos, Three Feared Dead

THREE persons were feared dead, yesterday, as Lagos state witnessed another boat mishap...

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Electricity Tariff Hike: APC, Buhari Face Popularity Test

IF tomorrow’s nationwide protest by the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) holds as planned, it would be the first major test of any policy by the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government, since its inception on May 29, 2015...

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Manufacturer’s Assembly Plant

Naira Devaluation: Manufacturers Bemoan Losses, Eye Local Content

THE continued devaluation of the Naira has taken a toll on the manufacturing sector, where profit has been scaled down tremendously due to high exchange rate. The continued devaluation of the Naira constitutes a drain because most production inputs ...

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Former senate president, Ken Nnamani, dumps PDP

Former Nigerian senate president, Ken Nnamani, on Saturday, dumped the People's Democratic Party (PDP), accusing the party of departing from "the path of its noble vision and values".

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Former President Jonathan and PDP leaders
Professor Alaba Cornelius Ogunsanwo
Andres Iniesta
Lagos city marathon2
Ranieri PHOTO: BBC
Abraham Ogbodo