FG projects N120tn as three-year consumption expenditure

FG projects N120tn as three-year consumption expenditure

FG projects N120tn as three-year consumption expenditure The Federal Government has projected an average of N120tn as consumption expenditure by Nigerians on which value-added tax will be charged between 2023 and 2025. This is according to the Medium Term Expenditure Framework and Fiscal strategy paper developed by the Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning. According to the report, consumption expenditure on which VAT will be charged will likely increase from an average of N35tn in 2023 to N40tn in

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Noah Dallaji Legacy Project Football Talent Hunt Lived Up To Billing…How Lua Lua, Fadiga, Appiah, Okocha, Nwankwo, Amokachi, Eguavoen, Babayaro, Peter Okoye, Dakolo, Waje, others stormed Bauchi (photos)

The 2nd edition of the ACTDF, an initiative of the Noah Dallaji Legacy Project in Bauchi, lived up to the billings as ex football superstars, celebrities, mentees and huge crowd of football fans thronged the Tafawa Balewa stadium to exhibit and witness history in the making. The roll call of ex international football superstars, music and movie celebrities in attendance were  Lua Lua, Fadiga, Appiah, Diouf, Okocha, Nwankwo, Amokachi, Babayaro,, Eguavoen, Babangida etc Others include Peter Okoye of PSquare, Waje,

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Why Project Managers are Critical to Africa’s Future

Photo by NESA by Makers on Unsplash   With a rapidly growing population and economy, Africa is poised to take on massive infrastructure upgrades, and they’ll need talented project managers to lead the charge. If you want to see the future of project management, look to Africa. The world’s second largest continent by both land mass and population is home to the world’s largest free-trade zone and is experiencing significant population growth and urbanization. These trends, in turn, are driving

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Mambilla Project won’t benefit from Abacha loot ― Presidency

The Presidency says it acted in error by adding the Mambilla project among those to benefit from the $311 million loot by late former Head of State, General Sani Abacha, which was recently returned to the country from the US and the Bailiwick of Jersey.   Garba Shehu, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, had earlier announced that the project along with second Niger Bridge, Abuja-Kaduna-Kano expressway, and Lagos-Ibadan expressway would be the beneficiaries.  

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