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Pastor Bakare believes he is buhari’s successor



A great deal of predictions have been made with regards to who will succeed President Muhammadu Buhari .

One of the individuals who has emphasized his ambition for the begrudged seat is a famous Nigerian minister, Tunde Bakare .

Pastor Tunde Bakare, the general overseer of the Citadel Global Church is intense about his aspiration to turn into the leader of Nigeria in 2023.

Indeed, the realistic pastor viewed by numerous individuals as a critc and social analyst, has communicated his ability to compete for the official seat.


Talking with a gathering of reporters in Lagos, Bakare said in clear terms that he will succeed President Muhammadu Buhari come 2023.

As one of Vanguard’s reports has its, the minister, notwithstanding, said that his aspiration isn’t a do or die affair.

Bakare said:

“There is something called destiny. I am not one to hide under the umbrella of one finger and make ambition look like vision, I do not camouflage. “It is not a matter of life and death, but you can write it down. As the Lord lives, and as I am given the opportunity, the day will come, like Joe Biden, that I will be the President of Nigeria.” Prior to this, Bakare declared his expectation to run for the administration in 2023.

Bakare who was the running mate of President Muhammadu Buhari in the 2011 political race on Monday, November 2, announced his status to pursue position during his appearance on TV morning show.

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If you don’t like our face, vote us out in 2023- Lawan



Senate president, Ahmad Lawan, has cautioned that there could be turmoil if the Senate is scrapped as being clamored by certain Nigerians.

Instead he told the individuals who are not happy with the representatives in the current ninth Senate to remove them in 2023 if they don’t like their faces. Lawan expressed this on Friday while announcing open, a retreat for top administration staff of the National Assembly and National Assembly Service Commission in Abuja.

He depicted the Senate as a leveler which guaranteed that all pieces of the nation are similarly spoken to, not at all like the House of Representatives where states with higher populaces produce the most noteworthy number of legislators.

The Senate President also faulted the argument of the individuals who wanted to scrap the Senate because of the ridiculous pay they earn as senators.

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European Stocks Edge Higher; Stimulus Still on Agenda




European financial exchanges edged higher Friday, as speculators search for more improvement, notwithstanding clashing reports in the U.S., as the flood in the quantity of Covid cases compromises the worldwide monetary recuperation.

At 4 AM ET (0900 GMT), the DAX in Germany exchanged 0.2% higher, the CAC 40 in France rose 0.3%, while the U.K’s. FTSE record climbed 0.4%.

U.S. Depository Secretary Steven Mnuchin declared plans late Thursday to let a few of the Federal Reserve’s crisis loaning programs terminate on December 31, looking for the re-allotment of some $455 billion designated before in the year.

While this was the primary genuine indication of friction between the Treasury and the Federal Reserve during the Covid-19 pandemic, speculators have responded smoothly, considering the to be as politicking with the projects liable to be reestablished under the new organization.

Helping the tone was the news short-term that Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had consented to restore converses with make another monetary alleviation bundle.

Back in Europe, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde guaranteed a powerful financial upgrade bundle for December, while addressing an European Parliament panel Thursday.

Extra guide is required as the flood in Covid cases all through Europe and the U.S. has brought about the burden of numerous new limitations. Despite the fact that Britain’s wellbeing clergyman said there were empowering signs that the infection bend is beginning to smooth, in the U.S. the territory of California has quite recently forced another time limitation to check the expansion in contaminations and the Center for Disease Control asked Americans not to go over the Thanksgiving occasion.

There was likewise some sure financial news Friday, as U.K. retail deals climbed 1.2% in October on the month, the nation’s customers demonstrating stronger than anticipated.

In corporate news, Sage (LON:SGE) stock fell over 10% after the U.K.- based programming organization’s benefit plunged following a Cloud speculation, while AstraZeneca (NASDAQ:AZN) stock climbed 1% after the pharma goliath’s malignant growth treatment Imfinzi got U.S. endorsement for less regular, fixed-portion utilization.

Oil costs edged higher Friday, proceeding with a generally certain week on developing expectations that OPEC+ makers will freeze their yield at current levels for at any rate an additional three months when they meet toward the finish of November.

U.S. unrefined fates exchanged 0.4% higher at $42.07 a barrel, while the global benchmark Brent contract rose 0.5% to $44.42 a barrel, both excess well over the $40 mark after the additions prior in the week on the rear of immunization idealism.

Somewhere else, gold prospects rose 0.3% to $1,866.90/oz, while EUR/USD exchanged 0.1% lower at 1.1863.

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Unemployment inevitable if government fails to support MSMEs – Commissioner




The Commissioner for Commerce has stated that government’s failure to support SMEs will increase poverty and insecurity in the State.

Mrs. Lola Akande, Lagos State Commissioner for Commerce, Industry and Cooperatives, has expressed that it is basic for the public authority to help SMEs, as inability to do so would prompt a monstrous occupation misfortune and expansion in neediness and instability.

As indicated by a news report by NAN, Mrs. Lola Akande, spoke to by Mrs Helen Adesina, Director of Commerce in the service, offered this expression at the Annual Seminar of the Small and Medium Enterprises Group (SMEG) of the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) on Thursday, labeled “Situating SMEs for Growth in the New Normal”.

Mrs. Helen Adesina uncovered that the significance of MSMEs in any economy can not be overemphasized as they represent 66% of worldwide work and half of GDP, she said SMEs make occupations and put food on people groups’ table.

As MSMEs are as of now confronted with difficulties of income, rivalry from bigger organizations, non-existent economies of scale in crude materials sourcing, it is basic for the public authority to help SMEs, as inability to do so would prompt loss of business, and a remarkable expansion in destitution and frailty.

Mrs. Toki Mabogunje, the President of LCCI, likewise clarified that one of the most key moves towards reflating the country’s economy is supporting SMEs. She said that thoughts on techniques that would help position little and medium business administrators for economical development in the new ordinary ought to be advanced.

She recognized the intercessions by the financial and money related sides of experts in padding the effect of the pandemic on the business network.

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Mrs. Lola Akande, spoke to by Mrs. Helen Adesina, stated:

“The significance of MSMEs in any economy is difficult to be overemphasized, as they represent 66% of worldwide work and half of GDP. SMEs make occupations and put food on people groups’ tables. Tragically, SMEs are especially powerless to collapsing up because of the COVID and post-COVID monetary circumstance.

“These organizations were at that point confronted with difficulties of income, rivalry from bigger organizations, non-existent economies of scale in crude materials sourcing, advertising, deals and dispersion, just as, an absence of important administrative aptitudes and talented representatives.

“Inability to reinforce these weak SMEs with essential devices to defeat this new ordinary will prompt loss of work, a decrease in the spending intensity of the normal resident and at last, a dramatic expansion in neediness and uncertainty.”

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