Buhari Administration Policies Latest News
The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved the increase in Value Added Tax (VAT) rate to 7.2% from his previous 5%, though it would still need the nod of the National Assembly.
In a report signed by the group's chairman and its chief operating officer, Philip Edeawor and Charles Eze, the AN said it gathered feedback on the policy initiatives and level of implementation.
The ministry charged with the responsibility of providing solutions to the plight of millions of Internally Displaced Persons as well as coordinate humanitarian affairs and social development in the country.
Dagogo who represents Degema/Bonny at the House of Representatives said the oil company's contemptuous disregard for laid down rules has gravely undermined the economy of the country that is reliant on oil revenues from the region
ASUU's national president Biodun Ogunyemi said the present administration have only succeeded in paying lip services to challenges faced in Nigeria's education sector.
President Buhari's victory in the election meant that the opposition, or those behind the security crisis, never bothered to deactivate or decommission the killer groups they unleashed on the country.