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Bayelsa commission reports

The Bayelsa State Oil and Environmental Commission (BSOEC) launched its much-anticipated report on 60 years' worth of oil pollution in the state, where local companies now produce ...

Will you be my strategic partner?

The European Union's diplomatic service, the European External Action Service, has earmarked four countries, one from each continent, as 'key strategic partners' as it seeks to boo...

Money and politics delay the latest headcount plan

Facing rows over resources and state finances, the new government isn't prioritising the census

Postponing the planned national census due to run from 3 to 7 May is the latest policy decision by the outgoing administration of President Muhammadu Buhari to be kicked into the l...

Junta leader banks on autocracy

The latest captain to run the country wants militias, censorship and army discipline to save the nation from the jihadists, and he doesn’t want help

Military junta leader Captain Ibrahim Traoré is setting out his programme for victory in the war against militant jihadists, who have taken 40% of the country, killed thousa...

Seck enters a crowded field

Veteran former Prime Minister Idrissa Seck has confirmed his plans to make a fourth bid for the presidency at the 2024 elections.

Asiwaju Tinubu the taxman cometh

Boosting revenues, ending fuel subsidies and the multiple exchange rate regime will be priorities for the new government

The opening gambit of Bola Tinubu's Presidency has been played – almost two months before he moves into the villa at Aso Rock. On 5 April, outgoing Finance Minister Zainab Ah...

Banks count the cost of debt restructuring

The government's debt exchange deal piles up pressure on the banks and the wider economy

After much lobbying and protest, Ghana's pension funds avoided the onerous terms of the government's domestic debt exchange finalised in February. Few others in finance were celebr...

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