Public conscience versus the oppressors’ ‘mascots’
Oftentimes, society degenerates not because there are no laws, norms and values governing it but because citizens fail to collectively stand up for one another against crime, oppression and injustices. This public inertia over vices that should draw strong indignation ....
COVID-19: China actively participated in international cooperation
China has actively participated in and acted upon the Debt Service Suspension Initiative of the G20. This was disclosed by a white paper
Life, not black and white lives
Good people build up nations. Bad people destroy fatherlands. Good people plan and sacrifice for the sake of the future but bad people believe in short-termism. There are good and bad people in every race.
Boko Haram enjoying media patronage without paying
Sir: They said war doesn’t decide who is right but who is left. Narratives of media reports on counter insurgency in northeastern part of Nigeria is another threat...
COVID-19 and the health sector
Sir: The maxim “Health is Wealth” implies that a healthy nation is a wealthy nation. Ironically, the health systems in Nigeria depict pitiable condition and left much to worry about.
APC, Oshiomhole and Obaseki
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has been consistent with contradictions. It is no different from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). It staggers my imagination to believe that Godwin Obaseki had a meeting with the president..
Rape cases and the way forward
Sir: Some days ago, concerned Nigerians with rightful thinking were in deep sorrow mourning a case of rape in a church, which was reported...
IPPIS and the future of public universities
The Federal Government has introduced integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) to improve the effectiveness and efficiency in the storage of personnel records and administration of monthly payroll.