Again, the restructuring debate
The debate about the structural health of Nigeria has continued unabated in a context, which state actors lack the political will to act in remedial ways. But this year’s celebration of June 12 as the country’s democracy day opened the floodgate for the frontliners and agitators
‘Why international students are less than one per cent in Nigerian higher institutions’
The committee on the review of admissions into the Nigerian tertiary institutions has recommended a new framework to globalise operations at the universities.
Yakubu’s INEC and the changing face of democracy
Sir: Electoral bodies in a democratic dispensation are known for engineering citizen’s hope and play significant role in conducting free, fair and credible election between the contending parties...
PRP’s renewal: Tall dreams of charting Nigeria’s socialist future
The Peoples Redemption Party (PRP) was one of the five political parties that came up in 1978 at the heat of Nigeria’s twin transition from military rule to democracy and presidential system. National Party of Nigeria....
North can’t retain power, punish Igbo forever, says Shehu Sani
The immediate past senator, who represented Kaduna Central in the Eighth National Assembly, Shehu Sani, has lampooned those suggesting the idea of the North holding...
Jega seeks review of youth empowerment policies to check insecurity
Former Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Jega, has sought review of youth empowerment policies to check the increasing criminality in the country.
Varsity teachers fail INEC integrity test
Academics in Nigerian universities who served as Returning Officers in this year’s general election put up what many have considered disgraceful performance.
We are not failures, academics fire back
Former Chairman of Academic Staff Union of Universities and Independent National Commission (INEC), Prof. Attahiru Jega, has come under fire for calling out university lecturers and vice chancellors who were on election duty as returning officers for the commission, saying they colluded with politicians to rig the 2019 general elections. Jega had recently made the…