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This is the Official Site of the Federal Ministry of Water Resources, Nigeria. The Ministry has been established to formulate, develop and co-ordinate National Water Resources Policies for the Government and people of Nigeria…

 

 

 

 

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  1. Tendai Huchu is a Zimbabwean writer greatest identified for his novels
    The Hairdresser of Harare and The Maestro, The Magistrate & The Mathematician. He’s closely
    concerned within the annual Ake Arts and Guide Festival which can be taking place at Abeokuta from the fifteenth to the nineteenth of
    Novemer, 2016.

    Howdy Tendai, introduce your self

    I’m a dude from a small mining city referred to as Bindura in Zimbabwe, who occurs to have
    written two novels, The Hairdresser of Harare and The Maestro,
    The Magistrate & The Mathematician (the latter is printed in Nigeria by Farafina).

    When do you know, you’d develop into a author?

    By my early 20s I kind of knew I needed to supply tales to have
    interaction with concepts that fascinate me. I by no means referred to as myself a author, I simply wrote, and,
    for me at the least, the observe is extra necessary than any labels that may
    be hooked up to it. I solely began utilizing the time period for myself lengthy after different individuals had began calling me that.

    What would you say conjures up your writing course of?

    Life conjures up me, the act of turning the mundane and extraordinary into
    artwork is a good supply of pleasure. I additionally draw power from studying and interesting with the works
    of different writers. I’ve stated earlier than I consider myself ninety
    nine% a reader and solely 1% a author.

    What has been the spotlight of your profession so far?

    I truthfully can’t level to a single factor, however
    I consider the final word triumph resides in the need to stand
    up in my garret most mornings and sit at my desk for hours creating.

    The act, the doing of the factor, the solitary striving that occurs when nobody else is watching, is crucial a part of what I
    do. What issues to me is the artwork type, anything exterior of that’s
    mere noise.

    Being a part of the Ake festival, what do you
    hope the festival achieves in enabling studying in our communities?

    Lola Shoneyin and her crew have performed a unbelievable
    factor in bringing collectively so many artists and readers collectively
    in an area that encourages the trade of ideas.
    Something that makes literature extra seen on the
    forefront of public consciousness is a superb factor, notably in a digital age the place there are such a lot of different distractions.
    The festival actively engages with faculties and I feel this dimension may
    be very, crucial, as a result of if we will win over the youngsters then we will have
    a base to develop sooner or later. I’m a man who makes
    up issues for a dwelling, and that i can solely marvel on the type of organizational challenges that the guys at Ake face to result in one thing of this magnitude
    and complexity. We should always all have fun this
    outstanding achievement.

    What influence do you hope your books and writings have in Africa and the world at massive?

    I’m skeptical of claims that literature nonetheless has any overt affect in society.
    Zimbabwe pre-1890 was not a literate society and that i view the written phrase as
    an alien artwork type, simply one which I occur to have adopted and am captivated with.
    I can solely hope that my work, at a fundamental degree, offers some pleasure to some
    readers – something exterior of that may
    be a bonus.

    Who’re your position fashions within the literary sector?

    Writers of all stripes (novelists particularly) make for very
    poor position fashions. If you’re taken with my artistic influences, the listing is simply too lengthy to say, however chief amongst them is the Russian creator
    Fyodor Dostoevsky.

    Phrases of recommendation to younger and aspiring writers?

    Do your personal factor. Don’t care a lot about what different folks assume or what they’re doing.
    This factor is a solo-sport – you alone versus
    the white clean web page, day after day. Love what you do.
    Dare to be totally different. Fail, fail and fail once more, you don’t have anything to worry.

    Might the Pressure be with you.

  2. Nigeria’s minister of finance, Kemi Adeosun, has said the country
    has no other choice than to turn to international financial institutions for loans to finance critical
    infrastructure projects.

    Adeosun on Thursday, January 19, at the 14th Daily Trust Dialogue,
    said this is following the inability of the federal government to generate enough
    revenue to meet its obligations.

    She said that with a huge monthly personnel expenditure of about N210bn, coupled with additional debt service burden of N120bn,making a total of N330bn every month, it had become difficult with the low receipts from oil to generate enough revenue to
    meet these obligations as well as fund capital
    projects.

    READ ALSO: 8 urgent issues before the Senate on resumption

    The budget has a huge deficit of N2.36tn (or 2.18 per
    cent of the country’s Gross Domestic Product), a figure
    the president said would be financed through borrowing.

    The finance minister said the realities on ground had made it
    imperative for Nigeria to get the loan if it must survive the economic crisis.

    She said: “So, when we start the argument, should we borrow, should we not? The truth is that we have no choice. If you are waiting for the oil price to recover, the prognosis is that it’s not going to go back to $110 per barrel any time soon.”

    “So, to get the economy growing, we have no choice but to look for low-cost funds and put that infrastructure in place, because it is the infrastructure that will unlock the economy.”

    The minister lamented that if the country had adopted the steps being taken now to reduce expenditure through efficiency in spending
    when oil price was $110 per barrel, Nigeria would not have
    slipped into recession.

    Recall that in November 2016, the Senate
    had unanimously rejected Buhari’s 2016-2018 external borrowing rolling
    plan through which the sum of $29.9bn was requested.

    It asked the executive to provide further details on it.

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  6. THIS IS SHAMEFUL AND UNACCEPTABLE.
    I WILL NOT HOLD BACK MY ANGER AT THIS POINT.

    As the President of the Association of Nigerians in Hungary, I may have no option than to fully mobilize and stop the Hungarian government from giving Nigeria 54 million euro as loan just TO STUDY RUBBISH when our people are groaning from economic recession!!!!!

    A population of 180million borrowing from a country of less than 10million people!!!
    The Federal government of Nigeria could as well go and borrow money from the Lagos state government.

    Whoever mooted this idea need psychiatric examination. No apologies.

    Don’t we have Engineers at our Ministry of Water Resources??? How much of that money will be pocketed?

    How much will be spent on the project??

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