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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
8 Oct
The intractable and hydra-headed Apapa traffic gridlock, which has defied all solutions so far applied, is undoubtedly a depiction of gross inadequacy of the ports in the city
7 Oct
The dust raised by the Declaration of the Southern Governors to the effect that the next President of the country must come from the south is yet to settle.
6 Oct
Against the doomsday scenario trailing unrestrained borrowing by the Federal Government, plans to de-emphasise debt acquisition next year is lofty on its face value; it will become commendable
5 Oct
Information from prison authorities that 114 inmates, out of the 240 who escaped from the Kabba Medium Security Custodial Centre in Kogi State have been rearrested is meant to reassure citizens; but it is not exactly...
4 Oct
Recurring issues of poor investigation and prosecution that have negatively impacted the judicial process and the system of justice administration could not have been raised at a more auspicious
3 Oct
The new Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Dr. Mahmood Abubakar is understandably ambitious with his promise to prioritise the controversial National Livestock Transformation Plan (NLTP).
1 Oct
To use the word ‘celebration’, in reference to the marking of the 61st Independence anniversary of this country today, is a glaring misnomer about which the Nigerian leadership should be ashamed.
30 Sep
The nature of the state is essentially about power relations. Federalism as a state structure implies the presence of power distribution between the union authority and the component units.
29 Sep
Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, a former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and immediate-past Emir of Kano was stating the obvious when he asserted of late that Nigeria’s 35-year economic gains between 1980.....

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