President Muhammadu Buhari has presented his much anticipated 2019 budget to the National Assembly. One wonders if this would be his last budget speech as he stands for reelection as president in 2019.
Budget Presentation - Why We Booed Buhari - Lawmaker
Premium Times, 20 December 2018
President Muhammadu Buhari was interrupted and booed intermittently by some lawmakers while addressing the joint session of the National Assembly on Wednesday. Read more »
Buhari Presents 2019 Budget to National Assembly
Premium Times, 19 December 2018
All stage is set for President Muhammadu Buhari to present the 2019 budget to a joint session of the National Assembly. Read more »
President Muhammadu Buhari at the 2019 budget presentation to the National Assembly
Concern Over Delay in 2019 Budget Submission
Daily Trust, 5 December 2018
The Federal Government is yet to submit its 2019 budget estimates to the National Assembly, barely three weeks to the end of 2018, Daily Trust reports. Read more »
Lagos Earmarks One Per Cent of Budget for Health Insurance
Guardian, 19 December 2018
Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State has said that one per cent of the state's consolidated revenue in the 2018 budget was set aside for health insurance, to improve healthcare… Read more »
It is the fourth time that Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has rejected the Electoral Act Amendment Bill. While some lawyers and politicians objected, calling for the National ... Read more »
Fewer disruptions in oil production will see a 1,9% growth in Nigeria's economy for 2018, with a 0,8% growth from 2017, the International Monetary Fund has said.
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The government and private sector will collaborate in creating special economic zones, starting first with the textile and garment industry in the hope of spurring the nation's ... Read more »
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