Governance & Political Economy – May 2015 Highlights

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Missing $20bn: Reps panel wants PwC probed – Punch

PDP crisis: Party secretary attacks Bode George, Others – Punch

Govt. Queries Subsidy Claims, Denies Owing Marketers $200b – Punch

PDP NWC Blames Campaign Team For Jonathan’s Defeat – Punch

Nigerian troops have Boko Haram terrorists on the run – Guardian

Senate passes bill criminalizing female genital mutilation – Guardian

Govt. Queries Subsidy Claims, Denies Owing Marketers $200b – Punch

PDP NWC Blames Campaign Team for Jonathan’s Defeat…. – Punch

Aviation can contribute 10% to economy–Meggison – Punch

Jonathan, Buhari’s transition committees meet, deny friction – Guardian

Tambuwal, lawmaker differ over autonomy for state assemblies – Guardian

APC govt will ask looters to return money- Nasr El-Rufai – Punch

Transparency Coalition of Nigeria wants EFCC insulated from political control – Guardian

FG not cooperating with our transition committee, APC insists – Punch

Military imposes curfew in Maiduguri over attack. – Guardian

Jonathan government incurs N5tn domestic debt in five years – Punch

National assembly to employ 2,445 aides for legislators – Business Day

Unpaid salaries: Strike imminent in 18 states – Punch

Corruption: Buhari may discard AGF’s guidelines for EFCC – Punch

AGF Backs NDLEA over Attempt to arrest Kashamu – Guardian

UNICEF urges Buhari to protect girls from B’Haram – Punch

Buhari consults marketers, others on fuel subsidy – Guardian

Paradigm shift seen in Nigeria tax system after May 29 – Business Day

Restructure NNPC, experts advice Buhari- Punch

Africa loses $300 billion to capital flight yearly – Guardian

Oil and gas players want Buhari govt. to be decisive on PIB – Business Day

FG borrows N473bn in four months to fund budget – Punch

Boosting Nigeria’s Crude Oil Production through Marginal field development – Guardian

Nigeria’s debt hits N12tn – Punch

States risk insolvency as FAAC revenue drought worsens – Business Day

 

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