Majority of reports and analysis of Tuesday, 23rd October, 2012 on the subject of the Public Hearing on the touchy issue of amendment of the Central Bank of Nigeria Act, 2007 tilted against the proposed amendment.
Daily Archives: October 29, 2012
The House of Representatives Committee on Constitution Review yesterday released 21 target areas. It also announced guidelines for the participation in the amendment by stakeholders even as it said that it will flag off public session in the 360 federal constituencies next week.
The people of Okun Owa in Odogbolu Local Government area of Ogun State have everything to smile for, as they can now boast of potable water. They are full of thanks to the British American Tobacco Nigeria (BATN) Foundation, the organization that recently donated a 20,000-litre capacity solar powered borehole to the
Bring on the Chipolopolo, the defending champion, it is an easy prey, Eagles must pick a medal in South Africa, the Abia State former governor, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu believes the Nations Cup Draw is a good deal.
From EMMANUEL UZOR, Onitsha She is not a new face in the Nigerian movie…
Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Technical Committee Chairman, Barrister Chris Green, has punctured the speculations in some quarters that West Brom Albion’s striker, Osaze Odewinge, has been axed from the senior national team, following his non-inclusion in the qualifiers by Coach Stephen Keshi. Green,
Renowned gospel singer, Patty Obasi is dead. He died last Friday after a protracted battle with kidney failure. Obasi shot into national limelight with the launch of his popular album Nwa Mammy Water. His two kidneys were said to have failed and he was recommended for a transplant operation in India this year but could not
Nigeria has over the years remained dynamic in the pursuit of its foreign policy objectives outlined in Section 19 of the federal constitution As a reminder, they are the following:“Promotion and protection of the national interest; promotion of African integration and support for African unity,
Nigeria’s power sector privatization programme appears to be swelling rapidly as a bubble heading towards a burst. Daily Sun learnt all has not been well with the programme so far as allegations of graft and favoritism have continued to trail the conduct of officials of the Bureau for Public Enterprise