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Electoral Fraud Litigations Cost N70b, Say Politicians

Written on April 2nd, 2009 by
Categories: Electoral Reform Project

DAILY INDEPENDENT April 2, 2009 Electoral Fraud Litigations Cost N70b, Say Politicians By Sule Lazarus and Otei Oham, Abuja   Politicians told lawmakers on Wednesday that from available statistics to them, about N70 billion has been squandered... Read More | Share

Nigeria becomes World’s Worst Market on bank losses

Written on April 1st, 2009 by
Categories: Nigeriawatch

Nigeria becomes World’s Worst Market on bank losses Janice Kew and Michael Patterson Nigeria’s stock market, Africa’s best performer during the past decade, posted the biggest declines worldwide in the first quarter as bad loans to... Read More | Share

Osun: Appeal court orders retrial of Aregbesola

Written on March 31st, 2009 by
Categories: Elections 2007

  --- PUNCH Osun: Appeal court orders retrial of Aregbesola’s petition By Sunday Aborisade, Ibadan Published: Tuesday, 31 Mar 2009 The Court of Appeal sitting in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, on Monday asked the President of the Court of... Read More | Share

De-marketing: Stockbrokers Indict Bank MD

Written on March 31st, 2009 by
Categories: Nigeriawatch

VANGUARD De-marketing: Stockbrokers indict Bank MD Written by Omoh Gabriel, Business Editor Tuesday, 31 March 2009 LAGOS — STOCKBROKERS in the country yesterday indicted the Managing Director of one of the top five... Read More | Share

The Halliburton bribe takers – By Dapo Olorunyomi and Mojeed Musiliku

Nigerian heads of state: Sani Abacha( 1993-1998), Abdulsalami Abubakar,(1998-1999), Olusegun Obasanjo(1976-1979, 1999-2007). Photo: NEXT http://www.234next.com/csp/cms/sites/Next/News/5395403-147/The_Halliburton_bribe_takers__.csp The Halliburton... Read More | Share

Why public tertiary institutions cannot access N20.8 billion, by ETF boss

Written on March 29th, 2009 by
Categories: Higher Education in Nigeria

  GUARDIAN   Thursday, March 26, 2009     Why public tertiary institutions cannot access N20.8 billion, by ETF boss PROFESSOR Mahmud Yakubu is not a new name in the tertiary education sub sector in Nigeria. During the one year... Read More | Share

From the Archives – Consolidation in the Nigerian Banking Sector: Brand Scenarios & Implications [Alder Consulting]

Written on March 28th, 2009 by
Categories: Nigeriawatch

    http://www.alder-consulting.com/n25bcap/implications.asp  Consolidation in the Nigerian Banking Sector: Brand Scenarios & Implications   ... Read More | Share

Dangote, Otedola rivalry: NSE suspends Nova over AP shares

  For background, see:  https://nigerianmuse.com/20090326003702zg/nigeriawatch/officialfraud/star-information-ap-s-case-against-aliko-dangote-and-nova-finance-securities   TRIBUNE AP Shares Price Manipulation proved: NSE suspends... Read More | Share

Nigeria has 54,434 public primary schools, 7,129 junior secondary schools

Written on March 26th, 2009 by
Categories: Education for Nigerians (EFN)

PUNCH Nigeria has 54,434 public primary schools, 7,129 junior secondary schools By Victor Sam, Abuja Published: Thursday, 26 Mar 2009 Statistics from the new Roadmap for Nigerian Education Sector has shown that there are 54,434 public primary... Read More | Share

Star Information – AP's Case Against Aliko Dangote and Nova Finance & Securities

  ADVERT IN THE NATION of Monday, March 23, 2009, pages 4 & 5       AFRICAN PETROLEUM PLC (RC 4119) AP House, 54/56 Broad Street PO Box 512, Lagos, Nigeria PMB 12690, Lagos, Nigeria Tel: 2600050-7 Telex: 288690 AYEPEE NG Fax:... Read More | Share

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