Nigeria’s Jonathan Must Contain Islamists After Attacks Kill 176
The attacks by Boko Haram haven’t affected oil from Nigeria’s Atlantic coast, where companiesincluding Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Exxon Mobil Corp., Chevron Corp., Total SA and Eni SpA pump more than 90 percent of the country’s crude output. …
Nigeria needs to quit oil refining business
By CHEGE MBITIRU Nigeria President Goodluck Jonathan is treating the country’s corruption- infested and notoriously inefficient oil industry as a voodoo surgeon would a gangrened leg: sprinkling herbs instead of amputating. Mr Jonathan has ended petrol …
NNPC: refineries to operate 90% capacity in 2013
Oniwon also disclosed that if the pipelines are left intact and not vandalised, the bridging cost of N5.80 will not be borne by Nigerians and it will go a long way in revamping the Pipeline Product Marketing Company (PPMC) depots across the country.
‘Economy lacks capacity to create new jobs’
By Collins Nweze 7 hours 13 minutes ago DESPITE Nigeria’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of $240.7 billion last year, the country still lacks the capacity to engage new employees. The Managing Director, Financial Derivatives Company Limited (FDC), …
The economic danger signals are here, let us act now!
It has come and gone but the memory will linger in the minds of Nigerians for a long time to come. It has opened the eyes of those governing and the governed to a lot. A clear message was passed toNigeria leaders that it is no longer business as usual …