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5 Aug
Contrast the Nigerian story with South Korea, which began building a steel industry at about the same time as Nigeria.
5 Aug
Nigerian Academy of Letters is foremost Nigeria’s Academy of intellectuals at home and outside the shores of our country.
5 Aug
The redoubtable Adams Oshiomhole, two-time governor of Edo State, was elected national chairman of APC in 2018.
4 Aug
The reported death of a member of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Chioma Eunice Igweike, who was allegedly abducted and later found dead with vital parts of her body missing has added to the long list...
4 Aug
Recently at a forum on the challenges of underdevelopment in Nigeria, I have canvassed that a key constraint to the development of Nigeria, is a crisis in the capacity for defining things, and crisis in the capacity for logic.
4 Aug
Young Nigerians may not understand the enormity of Chief Obafemi Awolowo, the first Premier of the defunct Western Region (now Ekiti, Edo, Delta, Lagos, Ogun, Osun, Ondo and Oyo states).
4 Aug
In the last three decades, none of the US administrations have been as much clueless and directionless about their Middle East policies as the Biden administration.
4 Aug
Due to horizontal diversification and value addition, Indonesia is now the 26th largest exporting country; as at 2015 total export volume stood at $161 billion while import at $139 billion, this meant $21.7 billion of positive trade balance.
3 Aug
There is no gainsaying that university institutions are scattered across the country in drove, yet students are not learning in them, instead they languish and are frustrated at home. ...
3 Aug
In 1732, the British physician and intellectual, Dr Thomas Fuller (1654-1734), opined in in his striking treatise, Gnomologia: Adages and Proverbs: “Be you never so high, the Law is above you”...
3 Aug
Certainly, the fruits of the Buhari presidency are not only sour and bitter but poisonous. They are killing citizens all over the country without any respite in sight.
3 Aug
One of them is Pfizer. Pfizer reported a 92% operational growth in revenue to $81.3 billion for the full year 2021, compared with $41.7bn for the full year 2020 mainly from Comirnaty which is a COVID-19 vaccine...

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