G20: Germany hosts 20 biggest global economies

The G20, the global biggest economies are in Germany holding a summit where various fundamental issues, such as trade, politics, climate change, terrorism, North Korea intercontinental ballistic missile test and a host of other global issues are listed in its agenda. .

The highlights of the summit :

US president, Donald Trump at odds with other global leaders over climate change agreement

Russian president, Putin Vladimir denied being involved in the US 2016 elections

Full list of states owing workers salary : Naija s constituted authority at play.

Eighteen out of the thirty-six states of the federation are technically bankrupt. This is because they have mortgaged their federation account allocations to contractors by signing irrevocable payment orders with various banks. As a result, payment to contractors and other debt instruments are deducted at source and have become first line charge on their lean resources.
The internally generated revenues of these states are also not enough to meet their obligations so they owe workers several months of unpaid salaries.

Buhari becomes a hero if he resigns honourably, says Kola Olapite, economics educator, Republic of South Africa.

Nigerians were gripped by an acute feeling of anxiety to see an end to the former president GEJ's administration which was ravaged by monumental ineptitude and corruption. They danced to the tune of change melody which has turned out to be a mirage in the country by massively voted for PMB at the general elections in 2015.

Buhari should resign honourably.

Nigerians were gripped by an acute feeling of anxiety to see an end to the former president GEJ's administration which was ravaged by monumental ineptitude and corruption. They danced to the tune of change melody which has turned out to be a mirage in the country by massively voted for PMB at the general elections in 2015.

Buhari should resign honourably.

Nigerians were gripped by an acute feeling of anxiety to see an end to the former president GEJ's administration which was ravaged by monumental ineptitude and corruption. They danced to the tune of change melody which has turned out to be a mirage in the country by massively voted for PMB at the general elections in 2015.

Buhari should resign honourably.

Nigerians were gripped by an acute feeling of anxiety to see an end to the former president GEJ's administration which was ravaged by monumental ineptitude and corruption. They danced to the tune of change melody which has turned out to be a mirage in the country by massively voted for PMB at the general elections in 2015.

Buhari should resign honourably.

Nigerians were gripped by an acute feeling of anxiety to see an end to the former president GEJ's administration which was ravaged by monumental ineptitude and corruption. They danced to the tune of change melody which has turned out to be a mirage in the country by massively voted for PMB at the general elections in 2015.

Awujale reveals why he fell out with Obasanjo

The Awujale of Ijebuland, Oba Sikiru Adetona, said that he fell out with former President Olusegun Obasanjo when the latter failed to address the issue of true federalism in the country as president.

The Awujale said though Obasanjo had promised to address the issue of true federalism before the 1999 elections, but on getting to office, he did otherwise.

Awujale reveals why he fell out with Obasanjo

The Awujale of Ijebuland, Oba Sikiru Adetona, said that he fell out with former President Olusegun Obasanjo when the latter failed to address the issue of true federalism in the country as president.

The Awujale said though Obasanjo had promised to address the issue of true federalism before the 1999 elections, but on getting to office, he did otherwise.

Naira faces further pressure against dollar

The naira is seen weakening further against the United States dollar next week amid a crackdown in the parallel market currency traders and the persistent scarcity of the greenback.

Reuters reported that foreign exchange demand by small businesses was set to surge ahead of holiday season sales.

The local currency fell 2.08 per cent week-on-week on Thursday to 480 to the dollar on the parallel market against 470 a dollar last week, while it was quoted by commercial lenders at 314.80 a dollar on the interbank market.

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