The minister says the search for the girls would continue notwithstanding the change in government. The post Nigerian govt still committed to rescuing Chibok girls – Okonjo-Iweala appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
The federal government will be taking a loan of $2 billion loan from the World Bank and the African Development Bank (AfDB) to assist in the implementation of its policies and programmes for the year. This was made known by the Coordinating Minister for the economy and Minister of Finance,
A National Daily has confirmed that its investigations into the National assembly reveal that the country’s legislative arm is broke. The situation is so dire that payment of monthly salaries to lawmakers, their aides and members of staff, are not being met and the management is worried.
Minister of Finance, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, said on Tuesday that corruption persisted in the country because Nigeria lacked the institutions, systems and processes to prevent it. Okonjo-Iweala made this known when she spoke on the Topic: Preventing Leakages in the Nigerian Economy at the Catholic Caritas Foundation Forum in Abuja. According
Okonjo-Iweala urged youth to ask relevant questions that would help tackle corruption. The post Nigeria lacks institutions, systems, to prevent corruption — Okonjo-Iweala appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.
The rating was based on pressure of falling oil prices on the economy as well as political risk. The post Standard & Poor retains Nigeria’s economy rating at BB-negative appeared first on Premium Times Nigeria.