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Nigerians should only vote for a candidate who can tell them how he will get the following 10 private companies up and running 


Ayo Akinfe

[1] NNPC
My stance on this has always been clear. Privatise the NNPC with the government holding say a 25% stake in it. Then expand its operations to cover manufacturing, automobile assembly, food processing, petrochemicals, power generation, railway equipment manufacture, etc. Within a year, the NNPC should be floated on the New York and London stock exchanges with a market capitalisation of at least $200bn

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Iwobi set to sign up to a new three year deal with Everton worth £100,000 a week

ENGLISH Premier League side Everton and Super Eagles midfielder Alex Iwobi are on the verge of reaching agreement on a new three year contract  that will see him earn £100,000 a week.

 

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Nigeria's Five Year Awalokan Industrial Development Plan 2023-2028

Ayo Akinfe

[1] Between 2023 and 2028, a nationwide railway network will be constructed linking all 774 local government areas together

[2] Between 2023 and 2028, Nigeria will move towards allowing each of its 36 federating units to control the resources within their domain. By 2028, they will only have to remit 50% of all monies received to the federal government

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Launch of Nigeria Air put on hold for now after court orders suspension of all action

PLANS by Nigeria's federal government to float the national carrier Nigeria Air have been put on hold for the time being after a Lagos high court ruled that the programme should be suspended in a judgement on a suit filed by local airlines.

 

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Nigerian remains on course for first directly elected female governor after Appeal Court ruling

NIGERIA remains on course to get its first directly elected female governor next year after the Federal Court of Appeal sitting on Yola restored Senator Aishatu Binani as the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Adamawa state.

 

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Nigeria-eligible teenager Saheed Olagunju offered two year contract at Chelsea academy

ENGLISH Premier League giants Chelsea have offered Nigerian teenage defender Saheed Olagunju a two year contract that will make a member of the club's Academy Scholars for the Professional Development Phase next season.

 

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With all three sub-Saharan African nations losing their opening World Cup matches Nigeria has once again been found wanting  in the discharging of her duties as the world's largest black country

Ayo Akinfe

 

[1] Watching the ongoing World Cup and seeing how the likes of Saudi Arabia and Japan have chalked up famous victories against more formidable opponents, just tells you that for a people to scale new heights, they need to have the belief that they can do the unimaginable. Barrack Obama's book The Audacity of Hope summed this up, as did Mohammed Ali when he said: "The will must be greater than the skill."

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CBN governor warns diasporans that the deadline to hand in their old naira notes will not be extended

CENTRAL Bank of Nigeria (CBN) officials have warned diasporans that there will be no extension of the date by which time they have to return their old naira notes and they have to hand ion such currency by January 31 like everybody else.

 

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Aggrieved Northern APC Christians tell their supporters to vote for Obi/Baba-Ahmed

ALL Progressives Congress (APC) presidential candidate Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has suffered a major setback after a group of aggrieved party members opted to support his rival Peter Obi in protest of his decision to go for a same faith ticket.

 

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Aston Villa consider launching £21m bid for Paul Onuachu during the January transfer window

ENGLISH Premier league giants Aston Villa are preparing a bold bid for Super Eagles striker Paul Onuachu during the forthcoming January transfer window with new manager Unai Emery planning to make him his first signing.

 

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