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27 May 2015
ARGUABLY, the discussion on electricity supply generates so much passion among Nigerians more than any other socio-economic issue in Nigeria today.
27 May 2015
27 May 2015
Today is Children’s Day. Annually, May 27 is celebrated as Children's Day in Nigeria just as it is celebrated on different dates in several countries around the world to honour and recognize children globally.
26 May 2015
EMMA Ezeazu, former President, National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) 1986 – 1988; former National Secretary, Civil Liberties Organisation (CLO) 1990 – 1992, former Executive Director, Community Action for Popular Participation (CAPP) 1992 – 2000 and until the early evening of Monday, May 18, 2015, Executive Director, Alliance for Credible Elections (ACE) died after a long protracted illness. He died at the age of 52 after clearly more than four years of health challenges.
Solomon Arase
26 May 2015
IF you want to really know how battered the public image of the Nigeria Police Force is, just take a look at a police patrol vehicle on the street – dirty, craggy, grubby and unattractive.
26 May 2015
Obasanjo-02
26 May 2015
RICE has assumed a very important position in the food basket of many Nigerians, to the extent we consume six million tonnes per year, of which we produce (grow and process) at best only three million tonnes per year.
26 May 2015
FEW years ago, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala wrote a book by this same title. I had the good fortune of reading this book few days ago. What resulted from my reading this book was a light bulb moment which I will now attempt to document with the hope that people like me, who want nothing more than to see this nation set on the right path, will get some clarity on certain matters currently filling our consciousness as a result of the news hitting our airwaves and digital space.
energy
26 May 2015
THE crippling energy scarcity that has practically grounded Nigeria has exposed the futility of all the efforts purported to have been made since 1999 to retune the sector and boost the economy.
26 May 2015
SIR: The outgoing Senate President, David Mark, is quoted as advising the President-elect, Gen. Muhammadu Buhari (GMB), “to embark on genuine reconciliation of all sections of the country upon assumption of office, saying that the nation desires reconciliation of all sections.
26 May 2015
YESTERDAY’S announcement of an agreement between the government and other stakeholders to end the fuel crisis that has bedevilled the nation for weeks, it must be said, came too late and with too much agony.
25 May 2015
TODAY (Monday, May 25) is Africa Day! What then about it when a billion Africans worldwide in 2015 muddle through without African consciousness? We have all the structures; Africa Union (AU), 40 plus heads of governments and states, African parliament, regional  organisations, ad infinitum. However, we lack the real thing that would drive the African…

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