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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.
10 Mar
Executive showboating reached its ridiculous height the other day when state governors started meddling with higher education and rushing to rechristen polytechnics as universities.
9 Mar
The federal legislature recently tagged along with the executive to reject a bill proposing state police in the ongoing constitution amendment.
7 Mar
President Muhammadu Buhari took the nation by surprise recently when he unveiled another round of overseas’ travels amid biting fuel scarcity and attendant crisis nationwide.
6 Mar
The awkward trend of public officeholders getting foreign medical services at public expense is self-serving, immoral and condemnable. It is, therefore, heartwarming
4 Mar
Another private sector donation aimed at tackling insecurity, if altruistic, is a welcome development that should be matched with improvement in the dismal state of affairs nationwide.
3 Mar
Disturbing cases of abusive relationships between teachers and pupils do not mirror Nigerian society as civilised.
2 Mar
A mishmash of business leaders and politicians recently gathered in Lagos, ostensibly to save Nigeria from its present political impasse – some created and others aggravated by the prevailing administration.
Abba Kyari
1 Mar
The two serious accusations against Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Abba Kyari, signpost a personal tragedy to him, but of larger and unpleasant implications for the reputation of Nigeria police and the country.
28 Feb
True to its oddly familiar nature, the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) followed through its numerous threats by declaring a monthly warning strike last week.
28 Feb
Any mention of the war in a country that lived firsthand the attritional horrors of the civil war of 1967-70 is bound to evoke strong feelings and open old wounds.

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