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HYPREP's no-shows

Ogoni activists say most of the companies contracted by the Hydrocarbon Pollution Remediation Project (HYPREP) to carry out remediation work on disastrously polluted Ogoniland have...

    Vol 65 No 10 |
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The Gnassingbé dynasty prolongs its grip on the state

The ruling party won a sweeping majority in parliamentary elections, allowing the Gnassingbé family to continue its 57-year rule

The scale of the ruling Union pour la République (UNIR) victory in the parliamentary elections on 29 April dashes the hopes of opposition parties that the vote might have ch...

Cardoso plans a brave new banking world

Tough new capital requirements by the central bank will mean fewer but busier commercial banks

An improbable revolutionary, central bank governor, Olayemi Michael Cardoso, could preside over the biggest shake-up of Nigeria's financial sector for decades. His announcement las...

    Vol 65 No 8 |
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Faure lobbies Washington

President Faure Gnassingbé is seeking to strengthen his government's ties to the United States and secure US investment under two recent laws. This coincides with a contenti...

Oil broker James Ibori returns to Abuja stage

President Tinubu's ties with convicted fraudster and ex-Delta State governor will boost the ruling party and may cut oil theft

In Abuja, the story is of the rise and fall and rise again of James Ibori, former Governor of oil-rich Delta State, sentenced to 13 years in Britain for fraud and money laundering ...

The junta wants to claim Simandou's mega mine as its legacy

The generals have corralled companies to start up the world's biggest iron ore mine next year after overcoming serial legal and financing obstacles

After nearly three decades of delays and litigation, production at the giant Simandou iron ore reserves is to start early next year, say the main investors.

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