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20 Aug 2015
20 Aug 2015
IN 1981, I had just left secondary school when for the first time I had the opportunity of getting close to Mr. Olasuji Lawson Olu Adeboye. Although I had heard numerous stories about him, his wealth and his doggedness.
20 Aug 2015
OF the four pillars of freedom (law, liberty, representative government and an impartial administration of justice) law is primus inter pares being the first to be established and it being the underlining framework within which the others can thrive or have their being or existence established.
20 Aug 2015
WITH the contemporary world racked by a phalanx of challenges that require urgent solutions, it makes a huge sense to dispense with any  cultural practice  that does not redound to the development of the human race
20 Aug 2015
THE waxing dollarization of the Nigerian economy is unacceptable. However, because its occurrence is traceable to the entrenched federal fiscal and monetary policies, the public should not be led to believe that the CBN can eliminate it by egging on deposit money banks (DMBs) to refuse lodgement of foreign currency cash in domiciliary accounts
19 Aug 2015
DISCUSSIONS about the fate of Africa have long had a cyclical quality. That is especially the case when it comes to the question of how to explain the region’s persistent underdevelopment.
19 Aug 2015
THE directive by President Muhammadu Buhari to the Federal Ministry of Environment (FMoE) the other day to revert to a 1920 report on the Lake Chad for solutions to the water body’s endemic problems underscores the worry over the lake’s near extinction, with possible catastrophic human and ecological outcomes. 
19 Aug 2015
WORLDWIDE, stock markets rest on a tripod of information, transparency and integrity. While transparency and integrity engender investor confidence, information drives the stock market. And such information could border on the fundamental, or technical, and sentimental.
19 Aug 2015
WHAT should advisedly be the thrust of fiscal policy as we await the full take-off of President Buhari’s administration to complement monetary policy in view of the existential challenges that currently confront the nation? My answer is that we should go for a policy that would attempt to deliberately reflate the economy and risk an increase in price levels as we do so.
19 Aug 2015
THERE must be the aim, in every operation, to continuously improve efficiency and returns. In this context, the process for freshman admission to our higher institutions is overdue for rationalisation.
19 Aug 2015
IKPEAZU-1
19 Aug 2015
WHERE he sits, on a rusty wooden chair, in a rather compacted shop that he shares with two or more colleagues, nothing projects him as a man of ideas. He is ordinary and common even when he rolls the machine and shifts the cloth rhythmically to the edges of the pin and the thread.

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