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23 Nov
He returned to Nigeria in 1927 after finishing his studies in tropical medicine and joined the colonial medical services as a medical officer. He subsequently became a surgeon specialist and senior specialist in the service
22 Nov
The civil service helped to enforce import control policies to conserve foreign exchange, and all civil servants contributed to what was known as the Compulsory Savings Scheme and Armed Forces Comfort Fund.
21 Nov
Of all the mistakes made by the military, none is greater than the 1975/1976 assault on bureaucracy in this country. It was termed The Great Purge by the media at that time.
22 Aug
Bureaucracy is a systemic form of administration. Since there is a universally acceptable standard benchmark, a deviation from the ideal type reveals the unintended fault lines and the extent
18 Mar
Obaseki made the declaration at the ‘Meet The Governor of Edo State’ Business and Investment Opportunities’ held at the Nigerian-British Chambers of Commerce (NBCC) in Lagos.
19 Sep 2021
Connected Development (CODE), yesterday, lamented that citizens and the media have been left in the blind and frustrated with bureaucracies to prevent them from holding government to account. CODE’s Chief Executive, Hamzat Lawal, who raised this alarm in Abuja during the launch of Open Parly Naija, said reports have identified these bureaucracies as the leading…
11 Sep 2019
The need to reward party loyalty and pander to political considerations are unarguably the main reasons why it has been impossible for President Muhammadu Buhari to deliver on the promise of a lean bureaucracy.
1 Jul 2019
In the pre-independence period up into the early post-independence era, Nigeria was made up of three regions – Northern, Eastern and Western Nigeria. Midwestern Region was later carved out of the Western Region. The Western Nigeria, with Chief Obafemi Awolowo at the helms, had a development ideology focused on the empowerment of the people. A…
18 Mar 2019
Amendment of a nation’s constitution is never a tea party. Especially given our peculiar challenges of long-drawn ethnic disharmony, political marginalisation of some sections of the country, bloated bureaucracy, overconcentration of political and economic powers at the executive arm of government and a legislature considered as one of the most expensive on Planet Earth. There…
7 Nov 2017
Over the last few years the reality of Nigeria’s lack of competitiveness in industry has been apparent. Most international agencies which measure competitiveness have placed us close to the bottom of their rankings.
27 Jun 2016
Two years after talks ended on cost and professional fees for the phase two of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Lagos office complex, the project has been stalled by bureaucracy occasioned by the changes in government.


Rapid and almost frightening changes have occurred in the world in the past few years. The world in the way we know it is facing existential crises, enormous challenges, socio-economic downturn and global upheavals.
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People want to be respected. There is nobody who will say he/she would love to be disrespected. Respect is a need everybody enjoys, irrespective of age or position in the work place.
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Organisers of the African Indigenous Language Film Festival (Ailff) have announced dates and jury members for the maiden edition. Scheduled to hold between March 28 and 31, 2023 at the Prestigious Viva Cinema...
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The topic above interrogates the evidence that indicates that believers have encountered the grace of God. The message is pertinent, as it would make us to avoid the pitfalls of the puritan believers who died of terrible diseases ...
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And the first of all the first fruits of all things, and every oblation of all, of every sort of your oblations, shall be the priest’s: ye shall also give unto the priest the first of your dough, that he may cause the blessing ....