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25 Mar
Recurring reports of Nigerians going missing and later found humiliated or maimed, killed in cold blood and mutilated are harrowing.
24 Mar
Implosion in the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) and attendant suspension of its Lagos branch reaffirm inherent excesses that neither modern unionism nor sane society should tolerate.
23 Mar
The oddity of Miss Cell 2022 pageant, held in Kirikiri prison the other day, was a nasty surprise that showcased the Correctional Centre as lacking in discretion.
22 Mar
As the drumbeat of 2023 general elections gets louder, various characters are throwing their hats into the ring and moving deftly to the rhythm. Even members of the political class and statesmen couldn’t but be shocked by the quality of aspirants ...
ATM withdrawal
21 Mar
Rapid depreciation of the naira has outclassed the economic intelligence and electoral promises of the current administration as it did to its predecessors.
20 Mar
The failure of President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration is manifestly expressed in the basket case that the healthcare profession has become.
18 Mar
That Nigeria of the 21st Century has no credible social security system to buffer unemployment, vulnerable children, offer disability benefits or food assistance to the deprived is harrowing.
17 Mar
Parlous conditions of public schools, in the midst of idle education grants, signpost one of the inherent contradictions of the Nigerian State.
15 Mar
The so-called ‘fraternal squabble’ between two neighbours, as President Vladimir Putin profiled it, is nestling an overarching effect on the global community.
14 Mar
Justice Inyang Ekwo of the Federal High Court Abuja, the other day, sacked Governor Dave Umahi of Ebonyi State and his 17 co-travellers, as reprisal for dumping the party on whose ticket they were elected into office in 2019.
13 Mar
The Eighth Assembly had in 2016 proposed an obnoxious life pension plan for its principal offices, though the bill graciously ended in the trash bin.
11 Mar
It is clearer now that the higher the price of cement, the less affordable for housing and the more people in need of shelter. But to have a firm grip on cement rate will require more than an executive fiat or a casual appeal to market oligopoly.

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