Category: Politics

Israeli Defense Minister Resigns Citing ‘Lack of Trust’

 

Israel’s defense minister has announced his resignation, citing a lack of ‘trust’ in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.Moshe Yaalon posted on Facebook that he told Netanyahu Friday that “following his conduct in recent developments and in light of the lack of trust in him, I am resigning from the government and the Knesset (Israel’s parliament) and taking a time out from political life.” Continue reading “Israeli Defense Minister Resigns Citing ‘Lack of Trust’”

Difference between 2012 and 2016 price

Difference between 2012 and 2016 price

Since the announcement and implementation of the increase in the pump price of fuel from N86 and N86.50 per litre to a cap limit of N145 per litre respectively under the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration, one has read and listened to a lot of commentaries from various quarters either innocently, ignorantly or mischievously trying to equate former President Goodluck Jonathan’s policy of removal of fuel subsidy which resulted in the increase in pump price of petrol from N65 to N141 per litre and President Buhari’s policy of liberalizing the downstream sector which resulted in the increase of pump price of fuel from N86.50 to a cap limit of N145 per litre as one and the same.

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There is no fuel and you shaking hands!Lawal to Kachikwu at FEC Meeting

There is no fuel and you shaking hands!Lawal to Kachikwu at FEC Meeting

The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Mr. Babachir Lawal, on Wednesday took a swipe at the Minister of State, Petroleum Resources, Dr. Ibe Kachikwu, over the current fuel crisis in the country.Lawal slammed the minister at the Council Chamber of the Presidential Villa, Abuja shortly before the commencement of a meeting of the Federal Executive Council presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari. Continue reading “There is no fuel and you shaking hands!Lawal to Kachikwu at FEC Meeting”

US Congress wants Nigeria’s $480 million loot used as aid for Boko Haram victims

This News just came in handy at a crucial time ,when our beloved country seem to be facing a hard time. Reading this piece and digesting every part of the article makes me really come to a conclusion that this is what the country has been reduced to. If US lawmakers can help us make good decisions, its good they do as our lawmakers seem confused and only after their take home. Continue reading “US Congress wants Nigeria’s $480 million loot used as aid for Boko Haram victims”

Turning prisoners into entrepreneurs would save the UK £1.4 billion annually -Reports

What if, instead of lamenting the high unemployment rates for people released from prison, society gave ex-offenders the chance to start their own businesses?A new report from the Centre for Entrepreneurs (CFE) think tank, suggests that the UK, whose prison population has more than doubled since the 1990s, would save as much as £1.4 billion every year if it turned its former prisoners in to entrepreneurs. Continue reading “Turning prisoners into entrepreneurs would save the UK £1.4 billion annually -Reports”