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Ministers says members of the elite should marry spouses from low income families to eliminate poverty

INDONESIA'S human development and culture minister Muhadjir Effendy has called on members of the country's rich elite to marry those from low-income families as a means of addressing wealth distribution and combating poverty.

 

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Ekweremadu lashes out at southeast governors saying community policing is a fraud and distraction

FORMER deputy senate president Senator Ike Ekweremadu has lashed out at the five governors of the southeast geo-political zone for accepting the federal government's community policing proposal saying the concept is fraudulent.

 

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Nigeria should draw up guidelines that compel D8 countries to share technology with each other

By Ayo Akinfe

(1) How many Nigerians know that their country is a member of the D-8 Organization for Economic Cooperation, also known as Developing-8. It is an association for development co-operation made up of Bangladesh, Egypt, Nigeria, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Pakistan, and Turkey

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Ogun State government allocates 10,000 hectares to cotton farmers in a bid to boost production

OGUN State government has embarked on a radical cotton production programme involving the setting aside of 10,000 hectares of land for members of the National Cotton Association of Nigeria (NCAN)  to enable expand output.

 

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Electricity minister Saleh Mamman denies they are handing distribution over to Siemens

NIGERIA'S minister of state for power Saleh Mamman has denied that the federal government is planning to hand over the distribution of the nation's electricity to German engineering giant Siemens.

 

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Lagos State enters into deal with private firm to dredge Ijegun port that will take 50% of Apapa's volume

LAGOS State government has entered into an arrangement with engineering and maritime investment company Westron Properties to dredge the new port in Ijegun near Satellite Town that will eventually absorb half of the traffic at Apapa.

 

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Ohaneze Ndigbo says God using the insurgency to punish northern Nigeria for its civil war crimes

PAN-cultural group Ohaneze Ndigbo has reacted to the recent statement made by the sultan of Sokoto saying that God was punishing northern Nigeria for its sins by sending an insurgency to plague them pointing out that it is their punishment for killing 2m Igbos.

 

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Oluwo of Iwo refuses to accept his suspension saying only the governor can suspend a monarch

OLUWO of Iwoland Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi has refused to accept the six month suspension placed on him by the Osun State Traditional Council saying that the body does not have the legal authority to impose sanctions on him.

 

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Despite the fears many southern Nigerians might have, the country actually needs to merge with Niger Republic if we want to develop

By Ayo Akinfe

(1) Many Nigerians continuously wonder how the country is going to get out of its current morass as our national output is about only 10% of what we need to sustain our economy. For me there is only one solution and that is unprecedented industrialisation and the mass production of goods and services. If we grow our economy from the current $400bn to say $4trn, we are home and dry

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