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Sanusi: A Class or Classless Warrior?

A few months ago, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi could do no wrong. In the eyes of the international commentariat, he was a no-holds-barred central bank governor with a snappy dress sense. He had whipped the Nigerian banking system into shape by shaming wrongdoers and forcing the banks to pay for their own bailout. He won plaudits

Beyond Fuel Subsidy: What Next?

Why SURE is not a sure route to Infrastucture Development By JAYE GASKIA INTRODUCTION: At the height of the tremendous mobilisation and organising efforts aimed at preparing Nigerians for resistance and persuading the government to change its policy course on subsidy removal, I had written a paper in December 2011, titled ‘Governing by stealth: exploding

What Nigerians Should Know About Fuel Subsidy Removal

By SANUSI MUHAMMAD   The issue of fuel subsidy reared its head into Nigeria’s polity as a canker-worm poised to destabilize the entire country if not handled with absolute care, utmost patriotism and genuine application of wisdom. Nigeria may have been loosely constituted in origin and content but we owe it a duty to ourselves,

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