Posts Tagged ‘Wall Street Journal’

WSJ: PDP Demands NASS Inquest Into Reported Secret Burial of Troops

by Ikokwu Ikembaon August 2, 2019
…Berates Presidency For Politicizing Security Issues The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) calls on the National Assembly to immediately open an inquest into the shocking report by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) asserting the secret burial of 1,000 Nigerian soldiers, allegedly killed in the anti-insurgency war in the Northeast. The party demands that the National Assembly […]

BREAKING| Nigeria Lags Behind Peers in SWF Savings

by Ikokwu Ikembaon June 17, 2019
Almost six years after the Nigeria Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) commenced operations, total savings into the country’s Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF), presently at $1.5 billion, remain abysmally low, compared with some other African countries. A report by the NSIA at the weekend showed that while the Libyan Investment Authority has about $66 billion, the Revenue […]

Nigeria Ranks 3rd in The World as The most Expensive Country to Produce Oil

by Breaking Timeson June 17, 2016
With a cost of production of $28.99, Nigeria is now the third most expensive country to produce oil in the world. Nigeria stands behind UK and Brazil, who produce a barrel of oil at $44.33 and $34.99 respectively. According to Wall Street Journal’s survey of 12 notable oil producers, production in Nigeria is more expensive […]