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Muhammadu has said that the Economic and Recovery Growth Plan launched by his administration in 2017 is creating the enabling environment for growth, security and economic revival.

In a goodwill message to the Government and people of Liberia on behalf of on the occasion of the 172nd independence anniversary of the West African nation, Buhari said his administration had realized the futility in continuing to subject the Nigerian to the vagaries of its mono-product dependence and has instituted policies aimed at the diversifying the national which are yielding positive results.

“Our government had to adopt appropriate measures including diversification and reforms to address such underlying causes exemplified by our continued dependence on a single-commodity, crude oil, lack of fiscal buffers, leakages, corruption and high governance costs.

“Furthermore, in our efforts to stimulate the economy, our government initiated bold policy interventions that are beginning to yield positive results,” he said.

The Nigerian President, who was honoured at the occasion with Liberia’s highest award, the “Most Venerable Order of the Knighthood of the Pioneers of the Republic of Liberia with Grade of the Knight Grand Cordon”, said he accepted it on behalf of all Nigerians and as a tribute to all our country men who paid the supreme price in aid of Liberia’s unity and stability.

He thanked the people of Liberia for the award and expressed his resolve to continue to strengthen cooperation within the sub region:

“This gesture can only strengthen my resolve to rededicate myself to the service of my country, for the prosperity of our people in the sub-region,” he added.

The President encouraged his Liberian counterpart to take decisive actions to further stimulate the economy of the country: “Mr. President, Liberia under your leadership may wish to learn from our experience by taking courageous steps to diversify its economic base by developing the productive sector that would complement earnings from rubber, iron ore and the increasingly dwindling funds from Development Partners.

“In this regard, the need for proper management of human resources and in agriculture, solid minerals and other sectors such as tourism where the country has comparative advantage, cannot be overstated.”

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Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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EFCC issues warning to Nigerians, Yahoo boys

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The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, has again warned Nigerians over money doublers.

The anti-graft agency on Sunday warned Nigerians to avoid wonder banks and money doublers.

EFCC also advised Nigerians to stay away from businesses without offices, adding that no one; even politicians are not exempted from being arrested if found committing any economic and financial crimes.

The anti-graft agency issued the warning during a question and answer section on its verified Twitter page on Sunday.

The post read: “Nigerians beware of wonder banks, beware of “Money doublers”!

“Flee from business entities with no office location! Don’t be pushed by greed!

“It is better to act wisely than to regret action. We also have what it takes to arrest and prosecute ANY Nigerian politician who has committed economic and financial crimes.”

EFCC added that Yahoo boys are a ‘Curse’ to henceforth will continue to be hunted until they desist from fraudulent act.

“Yahoo boys are actually A “CURSE” to the country and need to be stopped spreading at once

“For purpose of education and information, internet fraud is a form of cyber crime punishable under several Sections of the Cyber Crimes (Prohibition Prevention, etc) Act, 2015.
A jail term of 7 years awaits the convict or a fine of N5m,” the post added.

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Update: MEET OSUN STATE COMMISSIONERS/ SAs and Their Portfolio IMG 20190625 203459 870

Egbemode Funke – COMM FOR INFORMATION AND PUBLIC ENLIGHTENMENT

Ogunfolaju Sola Oyehan – SA COMMERCE AND INDUSTRIES

Ajisefini Abiodun – SA CULTURE, FESTIVAL AND TOURISM

Folorunsho Bamisayemi – COMM FOR BASIC LEARNING AND EDUCATION

Adewole Adedayo – SA AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SECURITY

Akande Oluwafemi – ATTORNEY GENERAL AND COMM FOR JUSTICE

Adeleke Adebayo – COMM FOR SPECIAL DUTIES

Olamiju Olasiji – COMM FOR HEALTH SERVICES

Yinusa Olalekan – COMM FOR BUDGET AND ECONOMIC PLANNING

Isamotu Rafiu Olasunkanmi – SA HEALTH SERVICES

Oluremi Omowaiye – COMM FOR SPECIAL INTERVENTION, GOVERNMENT BUSINESS AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION

Agunbiade Nathaniel – COMM FOR COOPERATIVES, COMMERCE AND INDUSTRIES

Sola Oladepo – COMM FOR WATER RESOURCES

Ibitoye Felix – SA MINERAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Adebisi Obawale – COMM FOR ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL DISASTER

Tadese Raheem – SA HIGHER EDUCATION

Adeosun Rasaq – SA POLITICAL & INTERPARTY AFFAIRS

Oladimeji Olanubi Segun – SA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND CHIEFTAINCY AFFAIRS

Bakare Akande – SA LEGISLATIVE MATTERS

Jamiu Olawumi – SA INFORMATION, PUBLIC ENLIGHTENMENT AND STRATEGY

Olaniyan Hussein – COMM FOR PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE, WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION

Badmus Rahmon Lekan – SA YOUTH, STUDENTS AND SPORTS

Bola Oyebamiji – COMM FOR FINANCE

Olumide Babatunde Olawale – COMM FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Lawal Yemi Azeez – COMM FOR YOUTH,STUDENTS AND SPORTS
Akeju Taiwo – SA WATER RESOURCES

Giwa Lateefat – SA WOMEN AFFAIRS, POVERTY ALLEVIATION

Kareem Akande – SA CABINET OFFICE

Oyegbile Rufus – SA LANDS & HOUSING

Olaboopo Olubukola – COMM FOR WOMEN AFFAIRS AND EMPOWERMENT, POVERTY ALLEVIATION

Kolajo Aderemi – COMM FOR AGRICULTURE AND FOOD SECURITY

Babalola Idiat – COMM FOR FEDERAL MATTERS

Lawal Tajudeen – COMM FOR LOCAL GOVT AND CHIEFTAINCY AFFAIRS

Muminu Adekunle – SA AND TRANSPORT

Olaonipekun Henry – COMM FOR LANDS, PHYSICAL PLANNING AND HOUSING

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