• Nigeria’s current economic hardship will be the last – Oyegun assures

    Nigeria’s current economic hardship will be the last – Oyegun assures

    John Odigie-Oyegun, National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress ( APC), has expressed optimism that the current economic hardship being experienced in the country will be the last it will ever go through.

    The APC chairman who gave this assurance at the occasion of his 77th birthday also said the present administration of President Muhammadu Buhari inherited a battered economy from the previous government just as he added that the fall in global price of crude oil was also a challenge […]

  • Economic hardship heightens domestic violence in Nigeria – Survey

    Economic hardship heightens domestic violence in Nigeria – Survey

    A just released opinion poll conducted by Nigeria’s top survey agency, NOIPolls Limited in partnership with Project Alert, has revealed that the current economic hardship in the country has led to a tremendous increase in the incidence of domestic violence across the country.

    The result of the poll released in Abuja on Tuesday, showed that the prevalence of domestic violence is highest in the South West geo-political zone, with eight percent and lowest in the South South zone with 70 percent.

    The […]

  • Economic hardship: Help beg Nigerians – President Buhari tells Muslim clerics

    Economic hardship: Help beg Nigerians – President Buhari tells Muslim clerics

    President Muhammadu Buhari yesterday called on religious leaders in the country to keep calming the people, promising that government was working hard to solve problems of poverty, unemployment and insecurity bedeviling the country.

    President Buhari who stated this when he met with the Council of Abuja Imams at the State House, said his administration decided to agriculture priority so as to create jobs for the teeming army of unemployed citizens and ensure food security in the country.

    He urged the religious leaders […]

  • Jonathan’s administration is responsible for our economic hardship – Emir Sanusi blames

    Jonathan’s administration is responsible for our economic hardship – Emir Sanusi blames

    Malam Muhammad Sanusi II, Emir of Kano has blamed the previous administration led by Goodluck Jonathan for the lingering economic hardship in Nigeria.

    Sanusi, the former Central Bank of Nigeria governor attributes the current hardship to the way and manner previous administration handled the affairs of the nation.

    He stated this when Nigeria’s Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo visited him on Saturday during a working visit to the northern state of Kano.

    Speaking on the economic hardship, Sanusi, however, called on the government to […]