Fortunately, these come directly into the core mandate of the Nigerian Peace Corps (NPC), whose bill is awaiting presidential assent since December 2016!
The infrastructure imperative
Sir: If there is a consensus right now in Nigeria, it is on the need for investment in infrastructure in order to reduce the cost of doing business in the country and making Nigerian businesses competitive.
The truth therapy: Setting the nation free
It will be illusory for one to bask in the assurance that “the truth shall set them free” without considering the hard demands of a liberation pursuit. Whereas truth may obtain for the guilty the jury’s leniency......
A letter to the breeds
Bad mouthing, drawing-the-lips-in-scolding-and-seathing should not be a thing to boost the progression but rather rapidated the regression.
Benevolence in practice
SIR: Brotherliness may take different forms. It is a moral concept that flows from spiritual source. Call it an idea or a principle. There is brotherly love which begets various advantages.
The soldiers’ assault on Chijioke
Sir: The assault of some soldiers on citizen Chijioke Uruaku is a case of lynching. It was the alchemisation of brutality as a language of supremacy.
Reinventing the NDDC
The new operational structure for the NDDC should primarily insulate its management and board from overbearing political control.
Olayinka: An academic like no other
I never believed I could live up to 20,” he disclosed with a tinge of stoicism. “Heeya!, were you so sickly when you were young?” this writer asked empathetically
Two dogs and a bull
As unfair, fraudulent, barbaric, foolhardy as when two soldiers were caught on tape beating, dehumanising a handicapped man in Onitsha only for wearing a military camouflage.