The Calabar viewing centre tragedy
The recent mishap in a Calabar village, where an electricity distribution cable was severed from a pylon and landed on a viewing centre, killing no fewer than eight of the football fans watching the Europa Championship League semi-final match between Manchester United......
Nigeria beyond oil and gas production!
With the cumulative loss of 4.8 million barrels in the month under review, at the prevailing $55.89 per barrel for Brent crude, Nigeria is estimated to have lost over $271.8 million (N82.8 billion).
ICAN and the source of Nigeria’s economic failure
Notwithstanding ICAN’s long overdue realisation of the undesirable state of the economy, its stated intention is on the surface laudable, because the institute is eminently qualified to demand proper management of the national economy...
Saving Nigeria through education
Education is value. Education is nation’s first line of defence; it is crucial to national security and self reliance. Therefore, it has to be stronger than it is now.
The presidency, National Assembly and public interest
The more intriguing in this connection, has been the stalled confirmation of the Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu who has been acting since 2015.
CBN’s forex policy and death of factories
It is important to acknowledge the point of the Director General of Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), Segun Ajayi-Kadir, who disclosed that the Central Bank of Nigeria’s (CBN) foreign...
Buhari, Turkey and the meaning of democracy
True, Turkey might have successfully leveraged upon its medieval heritage to transform itself into a regional power and influential cultural hub, Nigeria too has all it takes to return to its glorious past.
Three years of Chibok girls
It is like yesterday, but it is three years since Chibok made history with the kidnap of 276 students from the Government Girls Secondary School.