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  • Nigeria: Buhari Under Fire for Reneging On Promise to Reveal Looters, Recovered Assets
    [Premium Times] Nigerian social critics and legal practitioners on Monday expressed disappointment over President Muhammadu Buhari's failure to make good on his promise to reveal details of stolen assets recovered from corrupt officials.
  • Nigeria: Poll Rates Buhari Very Low in Economy, Job Creation
    [This Day] Abuja -The public opinion poll conducted by NOIPolls Limited on a monthly series of presidential approval rating to appraise the job performance of President Muhammadu Buhari since assuming office revealed that the President has been rated an average job approval of 64 per cent, while he was rated very poorly on job creation, 14 per cent; and handling of the economy, 21 per cent.
  • Nigeria: Many Killed As Biafra Members Protest
    [Premium Times] No fewer than seven persons have been confirmed dead following protest by members of the Movement for the Actualisation of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), in Asaba on Monday.

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Strategic Research and Analysis

  • I categorically disagree with Prof. Hanke -  Naira maybe ebbing but not a junk currency I categorically disagree with Prof. Hanke - Naira maybe ebbing but not a junk currency
    The power of life and death is in the tongue                                                                                                               -                                                                                 
    - Proverb 18:21

    Words, images and remarks are powerful. Again, spoken words have consequences.  One...
  • Another Corruption Summit in London: How many is enough? Another Corruption Summit in London: How many is enough?


    Another corruption summit will again take place in London. This time around the chief organizer and town crier is David Cameron’s Great Britain. The last one about two years ago was initiated by G8 and we are still waiting for solutions and results.

    “Police Minister, Judith Collins will represent the Prime Minister at the London Anti-Corruption Summit being hosted by UK Prime Minister David Cameron on 12 May 2016. The...
  • Nigeria’s Igbo-Americans drafted in National Football League (NFL) 2016 Nigeria’s Igbo-Americans drafted in National Football League (NFL) 2016

    Many Nigerian Americans of Igbo heritage were drafted in American National Football League (NFL). If you consider the chances of making it into NFL with regards to the percentage of Nigerian Americans population in USA, then you will begin to reckon and recognize how much greatness these young men have accomplished.  NFL is the richest and most image driven sports association in the world.



    Germain Ifedi
    Ifedi...
  • Donald Trump’s Rises and Conservatism falters, falls? Donald Trump’s Rises and Conservatism falters, falls?
    As liberalism and leftism grow leaps and bounds with the help of the leftist Senator Bernie Sanders of Democratic Party, we cannot say that is applicable to conservatism of Republican Party in the era of Donald Trump.



    The presumptive GOP presidential candidate, Donald Trump has never claimed to be grounded in conservative philosophy. Rather he always showcases his political pragmatism and populism   which the conservative...
  • Chuka Umunna defends Obama against racial slur from London mayor Chuka Umunna defends Obama against racial slur from London mayor
    Mayor of London, Boris Johnson calls Obama “part-Kenyan president" and Chuka Umunna condemns his remarks as “beyond the pale.” 




    The red face mayor of London, Boris Johnson has taken insensitivity to an extreme level by demeaning President Obama with racial and unpleasant statement by labeling him a “part Kenyan president" of United States.




    President Obama was on official visit in Britain...
  • Rising China’s Currency (Yuan) and Nigeria’s $6Billion deal Rising China’s Currency (Yuan) and Nigeria’s $6Billion deal



    Guess what Chinese government officials probably did once they concluded the deal with Nigeria; they may have joyfully popped their champagnes and toast to the victorious renminbi (Yuan), the Chinese rising currency.





    Just for a second, try to put on the back of your mind the so-called $6 billion loan given to Nigeria by the clever Chinese and contemplate on what China is gaining. 

  • Igbo young geniuses – Ekeh and Nna - Triumph in New York Igbo young geniuses – Ekeh and Nna - Triumph in New York
    If I can make it there
    I'll make it anywhere
    It's up to you
    New York, New York - Frank Sinatra





    Igbo Nigerian-Americans have finally arrived and now they are making it in New York. They are living the American dream in the Big Apple. Yes, another Igbo American teen is repeating a history made previously by another Igbo teenager in New York.  She is Augusta Uwamanzu-Nna, who was recently accepted by...
  • CBN Interest rate at 12%: Erratic monetary policy and illiquidity CBN Interest rate at 12%: Erratic monetary policy and illiquidity

    The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the country’s supremely reserve bank has made a decision of hiking the interest rate from 11% to 12%. It was puzzling to many financial and monetary observers because it was less than three months that CBN reduced the interest rate from 13% to 11%. Then it appeared that the monetary policy was gearing towards enhancement of liquidity, but the latest u-turn has thrown cold water to the pursuit of liquidity.
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