Sunday, 24th October 2021
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5 hours ago
Alarm being sounded over the hazards and health risk posed by locally-made insecticides deserve some attention by government and relevant health agencies.
2 days ago
The concern of the Lagos State Government over building collapse and related issues of building plans and permits is never in doubt, going by the government’s prompt responses
3 days ago
The wise saying that experience is the best teacher perpetually asserts itself in the affairs of men. It is about the school called life.
4 days ago
Today marks the first anniversary of the demonstration of rare courage and people power that shook Nigeria like never before. And whatever those sporadic shootings at unarmed protesters in Lekki...
19 Oct
By its original mandate, the Justice Doris Okuwobi panel of inquiry into the #EndSARS protest in Lagos State is supposed to conclude its hearing today.
18 Oct
The police and other security/law enforcement agencies in the country owe a duty to Nigerians to unravel the forces behind the wave of violent crimes, including murder and arson that have engulfed practically...
17 Oct
Nigerians may have been spared another agony arising from fuel scarcity and its unpleasant effects, following the suspension of the strike action threatened by tanker drivers the other day...
15 Oct
The Nigerian military deserves praises for the resilient manner they have carried on in the war against terrorism, banditry and Boko Haram Islamist insurgency in many parts of the north, while at the same time still struggling to put an end to various...
14 Oct
The work-a-day drudgeries of the Nigerian state exude the deep contradictions of the polity. The challenges are expression of the foundational crisis of state over which we have been advocating ‘federalism’ as the answer.
13 Oct
If Nigeria must turn the corner of its multifaceted predicaments, President Muhammadu Buhari and his handlers should chase less of shadows and face the substance squarely.
12 Oct
Resolve by the Miyetti Allah cattle breeders to appease Southern governors against anti-open grazing law seems a commonsense approach in negotiation among stakeholders.
11 Oct
The plans by various groups to form a ‘Third Force’ as an alternative to the two major political parties, should be appreciated against the abysmal failure of both the Peoples Democratic Party ...
10 Oct
Going by suggestions by the Attorney General of the Federation and feelers from the Department of State Services, the Federal Government may have decided to file charges of terrorism

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