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Top Breaking News in Nigeria This Afternoon Sunday, 14th of June 2020

1. The spread of #COVID19 has been linked to large gatherings- NCD  The NCDC Task Force has called on citizens to refrain from attending any event that has more than 20 people. The agency says those attending a banquet and party are putting the lives of people at risk. Please, do not attend any gathering with more than 20 people. When out, maintain 2 metres between you & the next person You‘re putting lives at risk by attending concerts. Your life is in your hands.  2. Nigeria will go bankrupt with curr

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Top Breaking News in Nigeria This Afternoon Sunday, 14th of June 2020

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Ex-emir Sanusi Reveals Bombshell, Says Nigeria Will go Bankrupt With Current Governance Structure

The former emir of Kano , Muhammadu Sanusi, has said that Nigeria may go bankrupt based on this current structure of governance in the country. TheCable reports that Sanusi spoke at a webinar hosted by Emmanuel Chapel, with the theme mitigation of the economic impact of Covid-19 and the path to recovery. It was gathered that Sanusi, who has repeatedly called for the review and reduction of the cost of governance, said the country’s current structure of governance is unsustainable. He said it's become necessary

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Ex-emir Sanusi Reveals Bombshell, Says Nigeria Will go Bankrupt With Current Governance Structure

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Don't Say You Were Not Informed: All Citizens Should Participate In This National Debate

As a citizen, Before you proceed with this post, don't forget to follow this page, by clicking the 'follow' button above, to get informed on rising issues in Nigerian economy. It could recalled that, few weeks ago, during a webinar organised by the Emmanuel Chapel, themed, 'Economic stability beyond COVID-19', Mohammed Sanusi, the former CBN Governor, had pointed out that the governance structure in the country had set it up for bankruptcy; he asked the vice-president what the current regime would do differently

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Don't Say You Were Not Informed: All Citizens Should Participate In This National Debate

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Breaking News in Nigeria this Evening, Saturday 20th of June 2020

1. Healthcare to receive 126billion Naira from the 2020 budget - Osibanjo says. The Vice-President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has disclosed that the health sector will benefit 126billion Naira out of the 500billion Naira initial stimulus fund included in the 2020 Budget. He said the government was hopeful that the response to the COVID-19 pandemic to revamp healthcare facilities would be sustained. According to a statement today being Saturday by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Laolu Akan

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Breaking News in Nigeria this Evening, Saturday 20th of June 2020

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Breaking News in Nigeria This Morning, Saturday, June 20, 2020

1. Nigeria runs expensive govt, there’s need for national debate — Osinbajo. The Vice-President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, has said Nigeria needs a national debate to examine the issues around the size and cost of governance, which has often been described as expensive and unsustainable. He explained that it could be difficult for the government to do something about its cost by itself but that it is something that must be done. Osinbajo said these while fielding questions by a former Governor of the Central

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Breaking News in Nigeria This Morning, Saturday, June 20, 2020

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Breaking News in Nigeria This Morning, Today being Sunday 21st of June 2020

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, NCDC has confirmed 19 new Covid-19 fatalities in the country with the death toll now over 500. NCDC has also confirmed 661 new Covid-19 infections in 14 states as the total number of confirmed cases in Nigeria jumps to 19,808 1. Governors Intervene In Doctors’ Strike, Promise To Resolve Grievances The Nigerian Governors’ Forum (NGF) has intervened in the ongoing nationwide strike by members of the National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD). Following a meetin

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Breaking News in Nigeria This Morning, Today being Sunday 21st of June 2020

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Senator Shehu Sani descends on Osibanjo for calling for a debate

Senator Shehu Sani has called out Vice President Osibanjo for requesting for a debate over Nigeria running an expensive government. Vice President Osibanjo who attended a webinar organized by Emmanuel Chapel, while fielding questions by Muhammad Sanusi who is a former Governor of Central Bank said that there is a need for a national debate. Osibanjo said that the unsustainable and expensive size and cost of governance will need a national debate to be able to address it. Senator Shehu Sani has erred his res

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Senator Shehu Sani descends on Osibanjo for calling for a debate

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Breaking News in Nigeria this Afternoon, Saturday 20th of June 2020

1. Nigeria runs an expensive Government, there is need for a national debate - Osibanjo says. The Vice-President Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, has said that Nigeria needs a national debate to examine the issues around the size and cost of governance, which has often been described as expensive and unsustainable. He explained that it could be difficult for the government to do something about its cost by itself but that it is something that must be done. Osinbajo said these while fielding questions by a

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Breaking News in Nigeria this Afternoon, Saturday 20th of June 2020

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Benue: Catholic Priest Mobilizes Barbers To Give Free Haircuts To Internally Displaced Children

In continuation of ShareWithIDPs Challenge, Fr. Ukeyima a.k.a Tor KSS assembled barbers from Makurdi to give haircuts to children IDP camps. He, along with his team have been visiting different IDPs camps and distributing food stuff. Emmanuel Chapel in Lagos sent in a truck of food stuff to be given to 1000 households. Rev. Fr. Solomon Mfa has shown tremendous support to IDPs of herdsmen invasion and those that have been displaced by flood. This kind gesture has been carried out by him despite the unfortunate

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Benue: Catholic Priest Mobilizes Barbers To Give Free Haircuts To Internally Displaced Children

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Top News In Nigeria This Morning, 14th June, 2020

1.Nigeria’s governance structure set up for bankruptcy — Sanusi The immediate past Emir of Kano and former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Muhammad Sanusi, has said it is inevitable for Nigeria to be bankrupt with its current governance structure, which he described as too expensive and unsustainable. The outspoken economist, who has repeatedly complained about the cost of governance in the country, said with the fiscal crisis the country is facing and looking at where Nigeria is headed post-CO

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Top News In Nigeria This Morning, 14th June, 2020

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See What Sanusi Said Pertaining Nepotism in Relation to Corruption

See What Sanusi Said Pertaining Nepotism in Relation to Corruption 19/07/2020 Muhammad Sanusi in recent times came out to air his view on the effect of nepotism in it relation to corruption in the country. Nepotism is the favoring of relatives or personal friends because of their relationship rather than because of their abilities. Sanusi additionally encouraged Nigerians to focus on merit, saying ineptitude is a piece of the nation's issues.  The ousted Emir of Kano and previous Governor of the Central Bank

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See What Sanusi Said Pertaining Nepotism in Relation to Corruption

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Osinbajo: Why It May Be Difficult to Cut Down on the Expensive Nigerian Government Structure

This article discusses why Osinbajo thinks that it may be difficult to cut down on the expensive government structure in Nigeria. During a question and answer session in a webinar hosted by Emmanuel Chapel, titled, ‘Economic stability beyond COVID-19’, on Friday, the vice president explained why Nigeria may be running an expensive government size and why it may be difficult to cut down. He explained why responding to the questions asked by a former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria and immediate p

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Osinbajo: Why It May Be Difficult to Cut Down on the Expensive Nigerian Government Structure

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Top News Headlines In Nigeria This Afternoon, Saturday, June 20, 2020

1. Osinbajo says there’s need for national debate to deliberate on Nigeria’s expensive governance. The Vice-President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo, has said that there is a need for Nigeria to call for a national debate to look into the numerous issues around the size and cost of its expensive and unsustainable governance. Osinbajo narrated that cutting the cost of governance is something that must be done but it could be difficult for the government to do it by itself. The Vice-President said these while answer

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Top News Headlines In Nigeria This Afternoon, Saturday, June 20, 2020

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Nigeria’s Governance Structure Set Up For Bankruptcy — Sanusi

The instant previous Emir of Kano and former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Muhammad Sanusi, has once more stated it is inevitable for Nigeria to be bankrupt with its modern governance structure, which he described as too steeply-priced and unsustainable. The outspoken economist, who has again and again complained about the price of governance in the country, stated with the fiscal disaster the u . s . is dealing with and searching at the place Nigeria is headed post-COVID-19 crisis, it had come t

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Nigeria’s Governance Structure Set Up For Bankruptcy — Sanusi