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In October 2020, the eyes of the World were on Nigeria as the #EndSARS protests – the largest anti-government protests in a generation – took on corrupt elites. The demonstrations began as a movement against police brutality but rapidly snowballed into wider calls for government reforms – in particular, greater accountability. If nothing else, the…
3 days ago
Alarm being sounded over the hazards and health risk posed by locally-made insecticides deserve some attention by government and relevant health agencies.
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Sir: The violent events happening in Nigeria now can be likened to the political conflicts, which engulfed Nigeria in the mid-1960s, and resulted in the Nigeria -Biafra civil war.
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When we revolt it’s not for a particular culture. We revolt simply because, for many reasons, we can no longer breathe’. ― Frantz Fanon The classic of Franz Fanon from which the dominant element in the title of this piece, ‘The Wretched of the Earth’ is taken is quite instructive. It is a 1961 book originally…
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I read the article entitled; Women deserve access to Information on Contraception (Charles Akpeji, The Guardian Newspaper of September 28, 2021) with a keen interest.
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Dressed in the tradition of local hunters, we set out on our journey to Iju-Odo, the famous town by the famous river where fishes of incredible descriptions enjoy the largesse of the Almighty.
22 Oct
Sometime in 1996, my good friend, the late Abidina Coomassie, published a book, Political Opportunism, in which he primarily excoriated the political enemies of the late Head of State
22 Oct
The very serious trust deficit between the leadership and the people they lead today, the widespread perception of injustice and inequity in the distribution of opportunities
Abubakar Malami
22 Oct
Accordingly, the Attorney General is the legal adviser to the government of the federation. He also advises the government on constitutional and legal issues which arise prior
22 Oct
The concern of the Lagos State Government over building collapse and related issues of building plans and permits is never in doubt, going by the government’s prompt responses
22 Oct
Let me allow you to enter my column today by way of revising a remark I made last Friday with reference to Daniel Okwudili. Daniel Okwudili was not a product of Amukpe Football Club of Sapele.

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Nigeria’s capacity to take advantage of a weakened currency to boost its revenue profile and bridge gaps in balance of trade remains undermined by lingering domestic challenges, especially that of logistics, in transiting its non-oil exports.
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President Muhammadu Buhari has revealed that the persistent attacks on educational facilities and abductions of students and teachers have left more than 12 million children currently traumatised and afraid of going to school, especially the girl-child.
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As the October 31 deadline date for the linkage of National Identity Number (NIN) with Subscribers Identification Number (SIM) approaches, chaotic scenes have intensified at registration centres, especially the telecommunications outlets nationwide.
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Is it legal and constitutional for serving lawmakers or appointees of government to seek election into a tenured office without resigning from the post or taking a leave of absence? Should the Independent National Electoral Commission...
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The pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation, Afenifere, yesterday, insisted that the country must return to the 1963 Constitution to be on the right path.