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22 Jun 2015
A lot of controversy has trailed the politics that heralded the composition of the leadership of the 8th National Assembly particularly as it concerns the brinkmanship between the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) and the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
21 Jun 2015
Implications for the APC IT is sad that the event happened because what Dr. Bukola Saraki, former governor of Kwara State and past Chairman Nigeria Governors’ Forum did, added a monumental dimension to the confusion in Nigeria.
21 Jun 2015
IN the absence of effective judicial arm to try cases of human right abuses, war crimes and similar acts considered as crime against humanity, African countries, may have to still endure the effort of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague to serve justice. When President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya dramatically honoured the invitation…
21 Jun 2015
ORIGINALLY, the 13 denominations, which participated in the foundation of CAN in 1976, represented two major Christian blocs: the Catholics and the Protestants. The Protestants were divided into two: the Christian Council of Nigeria (CCN) and the group described simply as Others. While CCN was made up of an ecumenical union of mainline Protestant churches,…
21 Jun 2015
THE Guardian gathered that a whopping N41.6 trillion was generated as revenue from crude oil and taxes, as well as duties between fiscal year 2011 and 2014. In a report, titled, 5 years of Effective Sub-National Debt Management in Nigeria, The Debts Management Office listed Lagos State as the largest borrower, with a contingent liability…
20 Jun 2015
Barrister Oladele Bankole-Balogun contested the last election under the platform of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) as member representing Akoko-Edo Federal Constituency but lost to Peter Akpatason of the All Progressives Congress (APC). In this interview, he speaks on why he is contesting Akpatason’s victory at the tribunal and why PDP’s 16-year rule has been beneficial to Nigeria and Nigerians.
20 Jun 2015
Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari, last weekend held an ‘Appreciation Dinner’ for women and youths in Abuja, including businesswoman and communication expert-turned politician, Hajia Fatima Okunuga, who spoke to ABIODUN FANORO on why women better in governance.
20 Jun 2015
Engr Ochede Osakwe, a former chairman Nigeria-Japan Chamber of Commerce in this interview with LAOLU ADEYEMI, speaks on the result of last election and the support by Nigerians in Diaspora for Okowa
19 Jun 2015
NIGERIA is at the dawn of a new political era. The events of the last couple of weeks boldly reflect the dynamics of it. Political power has just changed hands in the last sixteen years from a dominant party to a vibrant opposition.
19 Jun 2015
THE Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC), a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) has called on National Assembly members to forge a synergy among themselves in a peaceful dialogue.
19 Jun 2015
GOVERNOR Abdulfatah Ahmed of Kwara State is, no doubt, one of the few state governors with oratory prowess and the people of the state are tasking him in the fulfillment of the many promises he flawlessly made in his second term inauguration speech.
18 Jun 2015
NOW that the electoral battles have been lost and won, the chattering classes have had their days in the press and the social media, we must now look at the positive lessons of March 28 and June 9 for deepening and strengthening our democracy and respect for the constitutional separation of powers respectfully.   Democracy is…

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