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Bilateral Business Relations With China Good For Nigerians – Kusamotu

Barrister Ayodele Musibau Kusamotu is the Principal Counsel at KUSAMOTU & KUSAMOTU, an international legal firm in Lagos, with offices in Abuja and Onitsha. In this interview with CHINWENDU OBIOHA, he speaks on sundry national issues, including the advantages of Nigeria’s bilateral relationship with China, ways to get out of recession and what can be

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Nigerians To Enjoy PMB’s Economic Impact Soon – Kusamotu

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Osun State, Prince Ayodele Kusamotu, has urged Nigerians to exercise patience with President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration, saying they will soon feel the positive economic impact of his government this year. Kusamotu made this known in Ikirun while meeting with the people of Boripe/Odo-Otin/Ifelodun federal constituency. The

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Nigerian Petroleum Industry Bill May Be Passed in April, 2017

  The long-awaited Petroleum Industry Bill will be presented for third reading on April 25, 2017, Senate President Bukola Saraki has promised. Last week, the joint petroleum committee which consists of members of the committees on petroleum (downstream and upstream) and gas submitted its report to the Nigerian Senate, marking the farthest step in reforming

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Xenophobia: Nigeria, South Africa Move to Prevent Future Crisis

Foreign Affairs Minister Geoffrey Onyeama told newsmen at a forum in Abuja last weekend that Nigeria and South Africa have set up a 24-hour early warning system to protect Nigerians from unwarranted attacks. Onyeama said that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs discovered that the Nigerian Union in South Africa did not have any access to

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Lagos State Defies Court Order Demolish Lekki Waterfront Community

As early as 5.30 am, Sunday, April 9, armed officials of the Lagos State Task Force stormed Otodogbame, a waterfront community in the Lekki area demolishing structures and shanties.The latest demolition came barely three weeks after a wave of demolition, despite a subsisting court order, rendered an estimated 5,000 people homeless. Although the demolition was

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Illegal Immigrants Kicked Out of European Union Countries

Not less than 250 Nigerians have been deported from different European countries since January 2017 including the 50 that were repatriated last Thursday from eight countries for immigration-related offenses. The Foreign Affairs Minister, Onyeama, disclosed that the issue of migration had become a priority for most EU countries. He said it was pertinent to engage

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Nigerians, Other West Africans Sold in Libyan “Slave Markets”

  The United Nations migration agency has reported that migrants from West Africa are being bought and sold openly in modern-day slave markets in Libya.Trafficked people passing through Libya have previously reported violence, extortion and slave labor. But the new testimony from the International Organization for Migration suggests that the trade in human beings has

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