Monthly Archives: August 2018

German Chancellor Angela Merkel Urges Ghana To Do More To Fight Corruption

German Chancellor, Angela Merkel wants Ghana to do more in the fight against corruption. She said although Ghana is taking steps to stop corruption, it must put in more effort to root out the canker. Speaking at a meeting with President Akufo Addo at the Jubilee House on Thursday as part of her one day visit, Angela Merkel said though

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Controversy Trails Dr Saraki’s Presidential Declaration

Since Thursday August 30th when Dr Bukola Saraki declared his intention to run for the president of Nigeria, there has been several reactions on SM by his adversaries and supporters alike. See also Just In; Bukola Saraki Declares For Presidency Bukola Saraki claimed he was under pressure from the Nigerian youth to contest for president of Nigeria, however, the pioneer youth

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Just In; Bukola Saraki Declares For Presidency

As had been previously speculated, Senate President Dr Bukola Saraki formally declared his intention to run for presidency today August 30 2018. In a 26 point message, Dr Saraki stated his reasons for vying for the First position in Nigeria. “Protocol 1.​ Let me say, once again, how wonderful it is to see so many talented and purposeful young people

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See The Nigerian Youth Who Designed And Sew Theresa May’s Outfit To Nigeria

  Theresa May, the British Prime Minister may have come to Nigeria on Wednesday and gone back. She may have had a private meeting with Buharri. She may also have had exclusive meetings with Dangote, Elumelu and Otedola, and discussed the potentials for the Nigerian private sector. She may have met with Ambode in Lagos and expressed desire for sustainability

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Ghana: Body To Study How Government Can Tax Churches To Be Established

Religious leaders and the Government of Ghana have agreed to set up a body that will ensure that religious institutions pay taxes on the income they generate. On Wednesday, 29 August 2018, President Nana Akufo-Addo met with members of the clergy at the seat of government, the Jubilee House, to discuss issues of national interest and to solicit their views

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