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  1. Is President Tinubu's Economic Overhaul Falling Short? Financial Times Raises Concerns

    Nigeria Is President Tinubu's Economic Overhaul Falling Short? Financial Times Raises Concerns

    The London-based Financial Times has expressed doubts about the success of President Bola Tinubu's economic reforms in Nigeria. In an editorial, the publication acknowledged Tinubu's initial steps, such as removing the fuel subsidy and adopting a market-driven exchange rate, as positive moves...
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    Metro Venezuela Using Nigerian Influencers To Wage Twitter War – Financial Times
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    Politics Financial Times is right, Nigeria is sinking fast — Ohanaeze – Vanguard News
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    Politics Nigeria keeps mum about Financial Times’ ‘failed state’ verdict – The Guardian Nigeria News
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    Metro Nigeria close to becoming a failed state, says Financial Times - Punch Newspaper
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    Politics Financial Times: Buhari Could Go Down In History As A General Who Should Have Stayed In His Barracks – Sahara Reporters

    The Financial Times of London has opined that Nigeria under President Muhammadu Buhari is performing far lesser than its potential. The UK-based newspaper said this in its editorial titled ‘Nigeria’s Returning President Has A Chance to Make Amends’, in which it criticised the President’s...
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    Politics Buhari runs govt with no direction –Financial Times

    The Financial Times of London says President Muhammadu Buhari has been running a government that lacks a clear direction in the last four years. The newspaper therefore called on the President to see his re-election as an opportunity to do the right thing. The Financial … Read more via Punch...
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    World Saudi Aramco IPO delayed until 2019, UK officials told – Financial Times

    Saudi Aramco’s listing is unlikely to go ahead this year, according to British officials who have been warned by their Saudi counterparts that the world’s biggest flotation was expected to be delayed. Read more via Financial Times – Get more World News
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    World FT Reporter Dies After Crocodile Attack In Sri Lanka

    A talented FT reporter, Paul McClean, has died during a beach holiday in Sri Lanka after what is believed to be a crocodile attack. Paul McClean joined Financial Times two years ago as a graduate trainee His body was identified by friends with whom he was traveling with. The final cause of...
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    Politics Nigeria's President is Missing in Action- Financial Times Blasts Buhari

    The Financial Times has published an article criticizing Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari. The article was written by Columnist David Pilling. According to the article, Buhari, "a septuagenarian president," has been out of action, receiving medical treatment in London for an undisclosed...
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    Business PZ Cussons Profits Slide Due To Nigeria's FX Crisis

    PZ Cussons profits in the year ending in May,2016 has dropped by 5.5 per cent but the management very hopefully of the recently-introduced floating currency regime i Nigeria. PZ Cussons' pre-tax profit of Imperial Leather soap and Original Source shower gel fell 5.3 per cent on the year to...
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    Business Nigerian Naira Slides To All Time Low As CBN Monetary Policy Committee Meets

    The naira has hit yet new record lows this morning as the currency continues to slide as the 251st edition of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) underway. The Nigerian currency has dropped a further 1 per cent against the greenback this morning to a new...
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    Business Buhari’s Foreign Exchange Policy Encourages Corruption – Emir Sanusi

    The emir of Kano and the immediate past governor of the Central Bank (CBN), Muhammad Sanusi II, says President Muhammadu Buhari’s endorsement of the CBN foreign exchange policy encourages corruption. Lauding Buhari’s removal of “wasteful and corrupt fuel subsidies”, Sanusi said the current...