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27 Nov 2015
RETIRED Col Hamid Ibrahim Ali, who took over as Comptroller-General of Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) in a very controversial circumstance, is progressing in error.
27 Nov 2015
WHEN battle-ready local hunters in Madagali Local Government Council in Adamawa State volunteered to go to battle against Boko Haram insurgents the other day, they demonstrated a burning spirit of patriotism which all Nigerians must commend and imbibe.
27 Nov 2015
SUCCESS and destiny are defined by many parameters and perimeters. The invisible and unmistaken hand of God, the Creator, moulds the universe deliberately to different vessels of honour.
27 Nov 2015
GOVERNANCE challenges in Nigeria are broad, diverse and at times sudden. When a list assigning portfolios to President Buhari’s ministers-designate was posted on the social media on November 1, 2015, it seemed authentic.
Ban-Ki-Moon
27 Nov 2015
FOR the nearly nine years that I have been Secretary-General, I have travelled the world to the front-lines of climate change, and I have spoken repeatedly with world leaders, business people and citizens about the need for an urgent global response
27 Nov 2015
“For which of the women in your life, because I hear these days, to please a woman in Nigeria, you must be ready to supply the three major things lacking in the land: money, fuel, and happiness.”
26 Nov 2015
A NEW arrival in town, striving, in fame or notoriety, to upstage the famous but gravely dreaded NEPA, JAMB or WAEC among many other such household acronyms is the TSA. For the uninitiated, this elegant and romantic three-letter acronym stands for Treasury Single Account, the financial contrivance that serves as the almighty bullion van that…
26 Nov 2015
REVELATIONS emerging from the implementation of the decision to maintain a Treasury Single Account (TSA) have again shown that institutions such as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Office of the Accountant-General of the Federation (OAGF), which should safeguard the TSA-Federation Account, are doing little to end schemes to poach the public treasury.…
26 Nov 2015
TINUBU’s years of guerrilla warfare with the military during the period of pro-democracy struggle had schooled him in security matters. As governor of Lagos, Tinubu reorganised and renamed the existing state security outfit, Operation Sweep, set up by the previous military administration. This was done to divest it of its military orientation and disposition in…
26 Nov 2015
ON October 28, 1965, the Second Vatican Council, a gathering of over 2,500 Catholic bishops from all over the world, promulgated a historic document: “Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions (Nostra Aetate).” The document has a lot to say about the esteem and respect that the Catholic Church has for followers…
26 Nov 2015
ONE thing we must not deny ourselves is the right to know the history of our nation. History is such an important subject that only idiots or clowns will not appreciate its significance. Many young Nigerians are ill-informed about the darkest days of our history; those very dark days when otherwise members of the same…
26 Nov 2015
WHEN the Nigerian voters came out in their millions, despite the insalubrious rain or sun, to elect their leaders in the early part of this year, they did that with the hope that their lot would be considerably improved. Six months after the new leaders took the reins of government, there has not been any…

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