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16 Sep
Nelson Mandela’s autobiography is titled, Long Walk to Freedom. Our hope is that the deepening contradictions of the skewed Nigerian federation will not be resolved
15 Sep
The gains of the telecommunications sector appear to be gradually eroding with the creeping in of complacency and indolence by the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) and the various operators.
14 Sep
The Federal Government and some state governments can hardly be faulted for their concern on the global devastation so far visited by the COVID-19 pandemic.
13 Sep
The frustration with the palpable failure of a constituted authority to secure the life and property of Nigerians has eventually crept up to the high level of government
12 Sep
Public misgivings over the proposal by the Federal Government to reintroduce tolling in some federal roads should not be dismissed with a wave of the hand, going by downturn in the economy and COVID-19 pandemic that have negatively impacted...
10 Sep
With the recent passing of Sir Victor Efosa Uwaifo, recently, the global music community as well as the creative arts community has lost one of its most illustrious maestros.
9 Sep
In the course of elucidating why and how the practice of true federalism can lift this country from its morass of underdevelopment, this newspaper had focused on the mining sector, with a strong contention that it is best handled...
8 Sep
Two days ago, the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko Muhammad had cause to warn States’ Chief Judges, after summoning and meeting seven of them, to desist from indiscriminate granting of ex parte orders....
7 Sep
The increase announced by the Federal Government on procurement of vehicles particulars and drivers’ licence may have been necessitated by the need to generate more revenue to execute development
6 Sep
Nigeria’s health sector challenge has become a bad ulcer thriving on the medications of doctors’ exodus occasioned by harsh working conditions, poor remuneration, deteriorating facilities, insecurity and the harsh economic realities.
5 Sep
Amidst reports that domestic gas prices in the country are skyrocketing, it is an understatement, and a big shame to say that Nigeria’s huge gas resources are grossly under-utilised, notwithstanding that the country is potentially...
3 Sep
Expectedly, demolition of landed properties by governments all over the country has continued to elicit passion and often controversies largely because people are thrown into serious physical dislocation when forcefully evicted...

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