Still on the closure of Abuja airport
As fears grow over the imminent closure of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja, from March 8, 2017, for the resurfacing of its tarmac, it is imperative to, once again, reiterate to the government of the day since......
Who owns the guns?
Ordinarily, the interception and seizure of a truckload of pump action rifles by operatives of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) should be a cause for cheers and commendation...
Bonds to settle debts on the roads
Babatunde Raji Fashola, Minister of Power, Works and Housing may be accused of anything but lack of enthusiasm for the job, the capacity for doing it or constant re-tooling...
Economy: Speaking the truth to power
At the National Defence College, Abuja, the other day, former Governor of Lagos State and National Leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, spoke inter alia: “We have to criticise ourselves when it is necessary....
Under-funding the Police Force emboldens criminals
Inspector-general of Police (IGP), Ibrahim Idris has expectedly complained, with figures to back his complaint, to the House of Representatives Committee on Police Affairs...
As cancer threatens us all
It is cancer when the tumour becomes malignant which is a group of diseases involving abnormal cell growth with the tendency of invading or spreading to other parts of the body.
The DSS and the rest of us
Nigeria's Department of State Services (DSS), still smarting from criticisms of its controversial visibility in routine internal security operations in a democracy, was in the news again the other day for the wrong reasons.
No to electricity tariff increase
Given the difficulties of these times, nothing can justifiably support a tariff hike in the power sector. Practicable ideas on how to revive the economy for sustainable growth are required.