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23 Feb
Implications of Nigeria’s debt burden are much more severe than official justifications would aim to palm off from notoriety.
22 Feb
Impending review of the premium currently paid on vehicle insurance in Nigeria appears necessary after some 18 years gap. But an upward adjustment solely for an increase in revenue
21 Feb
The introduction of a new tax of N10 per litre excise duty on all non-alcoholic, carbonated and sweetened beverages by the Federal Government expectedly stirred up an interesting controversy between the government and the Manufacturers Association...
20 Feb
The newly appointed Commissioner of Police in Lagos State, Abiodun Sylvester Alabi comes to his job with sufficient experience and reforms initiatives to make the difference that the people have been yeaning for in running a professional and ethical policing system.
18 Feb
Reports that parents are being fleeced practically by schools in many parts of the country, under the guise of various levies and charges are disheartening.
17 Feb
The Super Eagles’ outing at the just concluded 33rd African Cup of Nations (AFCON) was a flash in the pan that ended disastrously.
16 Feb
The recent show of power between Ibadan Electricity Distribution Company (IBEDC) and Oyo State Government is merely symptomatic of the deep crisis in the power sector generally
15 Feb
Amid an inexcusable shortfall of petrol fuel supply in Lagos and the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja, the importation and distribution of bad fuel, with monumental consequences to many users, is adding insult to the injury of Nigerians.
14 Feb
No alarm can be louder than that sounded the other day by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), warning about real possibility of the 2023 elections not taking place by reason of insecurity.
13 Feb
It is no surprise that during this year’s annual stakeholders’ national review and planning meeting on Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention (SMC) implementation
11 Feb
Africa is again being hunted by the spectre of coup d’états that we thought had receded to the background of political events given the growing endurance of democratic politics in the continent and institutional underpinnings for peer review.
10 Feb
The growing concern being expressed by Nigerians and medical authorities over the high rate of leprosy cases in the country should not be treated lightly.

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