Now that Nigeria has a new set of ministers, everybody is waiting for things to start happening in earnest. While some people groan at the inclusion of certain names, others are celebrating that their people are found worthy to be part of Acting President Goodluck Jonathanâ€˜s government.
Abuja â€” Barely 48 hours after they met behind closed doors with ailing President Umaru Yar’Adua, four top Christian clerics, National President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, and Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Archbishop John Onaiyekan, General Overseer of the Living Faith International, Bishop David Oyedepo, Bishop Emmanuel Kure and former Chaplain of Aso […]
International Oil Companies operating in Nigeria are said to have spent a sum of $8.846bn on offshore rig drilling contracts in the last eight years, Riglogix, a comprehensive offshore rig data provider, has said
According to Pentagon reports based on captured documents and interviews with former Iraqi top officials, even at the end of March 2003, Saddam still thought he was the â€œinvincible manâ€. Why? Because thatâ€™s what his ministers and generals were telling him. This shows that there is an exception to F M Cornfordâ€™s famous definition of […]
As part of the fall-out from the financial crisis, business schools are now seen as training grounds for what FDR once called malefactors of great wealthâ€“the more prestigious the business school, the worse the malefaction obviously. Columbia Universityâ€™s Business School Dean, R. Glenn Hubbard, served as chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers under George […]