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Osinbajo In Kano To Commission Flyover Bridges, Other Projects


Vice President Yemi Osinbajo on Monday is in Kano State, northwest Nigeria on a one-day official visit to commission some major infrastructure projects. Osinbajo who arrived at the VIP Wing of the Malam Aminu Kano International Airport was received by the state governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, his Deputy, Nasiru Gawuna and senior government officials. The Vice President will use the occasion ...

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Osinbajo says FG will reconstruct Iwo-Ibadan road from Oshogbo


Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has promised that the Federal Government will reconstruct the Iwo-Ibadan road from Osogbo, Osun State capital. Osinbajo said this in Iwo during the launching of a federal government empowerment programme for 30,000 petty traders in the state tagged “trader-mini” through the Bank of Industry. The Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo said the empowerment programme in which each ...

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Osinbajo, Fashola, others seek solutions to housing deficit

housing deficit

Nigeria currently has 17 million housing deficit and would require building one million housing units yearly to bridge the gap in 20 years Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, and the Minister of Power, Work and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola, will be leading other international experts, chief executives of real estate companies and mortgage institutions to seek solutions to ...

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Osinbajo attacks Jonathan again, says, “$3 billion embezzled under you could have built 7 major roads”


Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo has fired yet another shot at ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, saying the $3 billion allegedly frittered away through the strategic alliance contracts could have been used in constructing seven major roads. The alliance contracts are often derided by industry experts as the biggest organised scam in the history of Nigerian oil industry. The alliance contracts were between the ...

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Real estate investors reacts to the new land use charge law

new land use charge law

Real estate investors and developers have faulted the new land use charge law Lagos State passed recently by the state’s house of Assembly, saying it is anti-property investment. The new Land Use Charge Law (LUCL) 2018, which applies to real and landed property in the state, seeks to consolidate all property and land-based rates/charges into a single property charge and ...

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Osinbajo says that repositioning of Africa’s economy will attract investors

repositioning of Africa’s economy

“Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has called for a repositioning of Africa’s economy such that investors will be attracted because investment depends on the perceived advantages.”- Y Naija Osinbajo made this call while interacting with a committee of African Ambassadors to Indonesia led by the dean of the group, Ms Alice Mageza of Zimbabwe, on the sideline of his two-day working visit to Jakarta. The Ambassadors include ...

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Osinbajo advises AU to review some of its tax laws

Osinbajo advises AU to review some of its tax laws

Premium times reports that the Vice President said for the African Union, AU, to realise its Agenda 2063 objectives, it must review some of its tax laws to help build an integrated, prosperous, globally acclaimed and peaceful Africa driven by its own citizens. Mr. Osinbajo was speaking in Abuja at the opening of the International Conference on Tax in Africa ...

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Osinbajo to open the 3rd International Conference on Tax in Africa

3rd International Conference on Tax in Africa

“The 3rd International Conference on Tax in Africa (ICTA) planned for later this month in Abuja Nigeria, will be opened by His Excellency The Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo.”- BizNis Africa The conference of the African Tax Administration Forum, has its theme as, Building Strong Domestic Tax Regimes in Africa: Strengthening VAT, PIT and CIT. The conference will also ...

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Asset Declaration: Has Buhari fulfilled all righteousness?

Asset declaration/ ' Merging ministries of works/housing with power would not allow for efficiency in the system"

The Nigerian constitution actually makes it mandatory for the President and other officials/officers of the state, especially the elected/appointed officers to declare their assets which include their real estate acquisition and investments while taking over and leaving their offices with the Code of Conduct Bureau. But whether such declaration should be made public for the sake of transparency is a ...

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