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MAN opposes excise duty on soft drinks

Do you support the Federal Government plan to charge tax on soft drinks?

Charging tax on soft drinks is a good choice for the Federal Government, with both health and fiscal benefits. Soft drinks are the major sources of sugar in the diet,...

toll gates on Nigerian roads

Do you support the plan by Federal Government to return toll gates on Federal roads?

I am not in support of the re-introduction of toll gates in Nigeria, I also read about making it cashless. How can the government make tollgates cashless when there is...

Women in Maritime

What should the Federal Government do to empower women in the maritime industry?

There should be more female involvement in key positions in the maritime industry. It is not just about saying that women should be involved, it is about giving them...

pirates robbers

What do you think is the best approach the Federal Government should adopt in addressing maritime security challenges in Nigeria?

Technology is the best approach because you cannot stop what you cannot see. Most times, the ships coming in don’t know where the militants are coming from. But with...

gunmen

What better approach do you think the Federal Government can adopt to curb insecurity in the country?

For the government to tackle insecurity, firstly, a key starting point should be to understand the causes of insecurity as well as to investigate their sources because...

Buhari

Is the Federal Government’s response to the killings of Nigerians in South Africa appropriate?

No. The response has not been decisive enough to send the right signals to the international community that Nigeria values the lives of her citizenry.It is the same...

Customs Intercept 200,000 live ammunitions in Niger

How can the Federal Government curb importation of illegal arms into the country?

The government should make sure that the importers of these illegal arms should be unmasked and brought to justice. This is the only way to give citizens a sense of...

Federal High Court, Abuja

BVN: Judgment on forfeiture of defaulting bank accounts in June

The Federal High Court in Abuja will on Monday, June 11 deliver judgment in a suit by the Federal Government seeking an order of forfeiture of funds in accounts without...

Militants bomb bonny export

Boroh: Niger Delta militants withdraw four-week ultimatum

The four-week ultimatum given by the Reformed Niger Delta Avengers (RNDA), to the Federal Government to reinstate the sacked Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty...

Senate to fast track passage of new minimum wage bill

Senate summons Sirika, others over near-mishaps at airports

The Senate on Tuesday summoned the Minister of State for Aviation, Hadi Sirika, to explain measures being taken by the Federal Government to minimise air mishaps and...

DAPPMAN backs out of decision to shut depots

DAPPMAN calls off 14-day ultimatum over N650bn debt

The Depot and Petroleum Products Marketers Association of Nigeria (DAPPMAN) on Monday called off its 14-day ultimatum earlier given to the Federal Government over N650...

NNPC-FAAC revenue template to be ready next month - Adeosun

Tax amnesty: Adeosun insists on March 31 deadline for VAIDS

The Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun on Tuesday said that the Federal Government would not extend the March 31 deadline of the Voluntary Assets and Income Declaration...