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The ex-minister who was one of the prominent Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftains during the party’s 16 years reign in power is presently broke.
From the north to the south, from the west to the east, it is a season of lamentations at Christmas for many Nigerians because of the economic recession.
The sizes and contents of Christmas hampers have been affected by the economic recession currently ravaging Nigeria forcing Nigerians to be come innovative.
The CEO of Ultimate Cycler, who has had some good and bad reviews about his schemes recently made a video on Facebook, speaking on the new changes to be made.
Shugaban kasar Najeriya Muhammadu Buhari ya amince da rufe ofisoshin jakadanci a kasashe 9 don adana kudin kasa saboda halin matsin tattalin arzikin da kasar
The federal government has approved the closure of nine foreign missions as part of its measures to reduce the cost of running Nigeria’s foreign representations
President Muhammadu Buhari has on December 19, Monday, said that Nigeria's recession will ease in 2017. Femi Adesina, presidential media aide, revealed this.
A 35-year-old man has been charged to court and bailed at the Igbosere Magistrate Court, for allegedly stealing 1,089 bags of rice worth N6.5 million.
When an economy is experiencing recession it simply means without mincing words that such economy is broke. This cause a ripple effect on everybody in economy.
The General Overseer, Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo, has said that Nigeria and indeed the world would still experience gross darkness in time.
Nigerians, especially Lagos residents are now scavenging dumpsites for scraps, used cans and plastic containers to make ends meet as the recession bites harder.
The United States of America seems concerned about Nigeria’s current state of economy which is best described as a recession as it has advised the government.
It’s no longer news that Nigeria economy is under recession or fact that right now we are not getting any solution from the government to get out of recession.
Nigerians have finally started feeling the harsh effect of the recession eating deep into the country, and may have decided to spend less.