Citing high cost of printing and production of currency notes, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) suspended the printing of small denomination notes for much of 2016.
Outgoing US President Barrack Obama’s administration made what amounted to its last statement on the Middle East crisis when it refused to cast a veto on December 23, last year and allowed the UN Security Council resolution to adopt a resolution condemning Israeli settlement construction policy.
The Federal Government recently revealed that its payroll has been rid of 50,000 non-existent workers, saving the nation a huge sum of N200 billion.
It was widely reported by the newspapers last week that ten thousand mostly used vehicles destined for Nigeria, which were brought through the Cotonou port in Benin Republic, are now trapped at the Seme and Idiroko border posts and are unable to come into this country.
It’s sad how these Chibok Girls emerge one after the other.
Just before Christmas last year, Governors Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos and Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi States together launched Lake Rice to the public.
The Federal Government recently indicated its readiness to commence the building of nuclear power plants to generate electricity in Nigeria.