Transport Minister, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi has taken to Twitter to announce that the Itakpe-Warri rail line has been completed. According to him, President Buhari will commission the project.
We hope that once the commissioning is over, the rail line begins operations. The completed rail line is expected to boost economic activities in that axis.
A blogger has claimed the price of goods in Nigeria are about to crash. He claimed for example that:
Soon you will be buying that techno phone you bought at N80,000 for N12,000.
Please read what he wrote in this link and tell us if you think he is right.
The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) said it generated N1.341 trillion as revenue for the year 2019, exceeding the target of N937 billion by N404bn .
You can just imagine how much more Customs would have gotten if other ports like Calabar Port and Port Harcourt Port are working optimally.
Anyway, see link up there for more details about the extra N404 billion. Kudos to Customs. Public officials, Nigerians must feel the positive impact of this 404 billion o.
Senator Prof. Sola Adeyeye, while speaking in an interview in Channels Television, compared Nigeria’s current budget with that of Havard, Egypt and South Africa. And the findings will shock you. Read below:
For a nation of about 200 million people, we just passed a budget of $29b, a bit more than the budget of Harvard University for one year.
Egypt with only about a hundred million people passed a budget of about $90b. South Africa with only about 34 million people, that is about 17 percent of the population of Nigeria passed a budget of about of $130b.
We are in a mess. We are pathetically poor and Nigerian politicians are acting as if things are honky-dory. They are not!
Read more of what he said here:
So, Egypt with no oil, has higher budget than us. Havard with no millions in population has higher budget. South Africa, with only 17% of our population has higher budget than us.
How do we expect these entities to take us seriously?!
Minister of Power has raised alarm over people who he said are stopping Nigerians fron getting more power.
The minister has suspended some people. Is this just power play, or is it real?