Beating Back Beijing – U.S. in charm offensive on Africa
Harris will be in Ghana from March 26 to 29, and then in Tanzania from March 29 to 31. Her final stop is Zambia, where she will be from March 31 to April 1. She will meet the three countries’ presidents and plans to announce public and private sector investments.
Silicon Valley Bank collapse: When imagination fails, blame it on diversity
Besides the fact that, much like in the Ohio train derailment case, no investigation has turned up any evidence that DEI was even remotely related let alone a contributing cause, it just appears that Kessler read SVB’s blurb about its diversity and his aggrieved Caucasian male mind immediately began to reach around his white and patriarchal world to make a connection that has no basis in reality.
Blame-game! When a chief priest sacrifices lambs
“The President is not a micromanager and will not, therefore, stop the Attorney-General and the CBN Governor from performing the details of their duties in accordance with the law.
An orphaned currency – A puerile effort at joint circulation
With about two months to the end of Buhari’s administration, Nigerians aspire for a future where the nation’s economic woes will be a thing of the past.
“Do not interfere with currency-swap,” Buhari, CBN restrained
Arewa Youths said that looters of the commonwealth of the people have lost out while Ohanaeze Youths insisted that vote buyers and election riggers have been relegated just as Oduduwa Youth held the view that kickbacks will be very difficult now, corruption greatly limited and chance for money laundering made slimmer.
Scrutiny as old notes deposited at CBN
Depositors, suspected to be fronting for politicians to lodge money on their behalf, are educated by the anti-graft agencies on their actions.