NIGERIA’S FINANCE MINISTER ADVOCATES INCLUSIVE GROWTH AT G20 SEMINAR IN PARIS

Nigeria’s Finance Minister Kemi Adeosun called for sustainable and inclusive growth for Africa at a high level G20 Finance Ministers seminar held in Paris Thursday night. 

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FG TO UPGRADE CUSTOMS EQUIPMENT TO INCREASE EFFICIENCY

The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, has restated the commitment of the current administration to empower the Nigerian Customs Service to enhance its performance and increase revenue generation.

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NIGERIA: THE ECONOMIC UPSIDE

 By Kemi Adeosun

 Nigerians voted for change and to attain that change there is a need to do things differently, in the recognition that doing what we have always done will only result in more of the same.

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FINANCIAL DISCIPLINE… MAKING EVERY NAIRA COUNT.

Discipline... it is all in the detail.

Economists have long found Nigeria to be something of a conundrum. The macro picture has always appeared compelling - large population, oil reserves, mineral reserves, endless tracts of arable land, land and sea borders for regional domination. Indeed the absurdity of our under performance is only surpassed by our ability to accurately quantify our losses and missed opportunities.

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FG SAVES N2.293BN MONTHLY, REMOVES 23,846 NON-EXISTENT WORKERS FROM PAYROLL

Through the ongoing BVN-based staff audit and enrolment to the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS), the Federal Government has removed 23,846 non-existent workers from its payroll.Consequently, the salary bill for February 2016 has reduced by N2.293 billion when compared to December 2015 at which time the BVN audit process commenced.

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