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Nigeria’s Student Loan: Taking Off Without a Base?

Nigeria’s Student Loan: Taking Off Without a Base?

By Zikora Ibeh Since late last year, the launch of the student loan initiative has experienced multiple deferrals, with state authorities announcing its commencement at no fewer than three different times,  with the most prospective date—as stated by its...

CAPPA lauds fine on BATN, frowns on industry self-regulation

“Make Tobacco industry pay,” Nigeria, others pressures WHO COP

By Seun Akioye BATN is the major tobacco industry in Nigeria Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA) and other civil society organisations (CSOs) have renewed their demand for delegates to the ongoing World Health Organisation (WHO) biennial tobacco...

Security Chiefs meet Senate but hold no briefing

Security Chiefs meet Senate but hold no briefing

From Eloho  Igbru Following an escalation of kidnapping and banditry across the country, the Security Chiefs on Wednesday honored the invitation of the Nigerian Senate to brief it over the country’s security crisis, however, no meetings held as it...

Tinubulations of 2024

Tinubu to open food windows to tackle rising food costs

By Ademola Adeleye Amidst rising protests from Nigerians over the increasingly high cost of food prices in the country, President Bola Tinubu has promised to open the national food reserves to cushion the effects of the food crisis. Speaking...

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