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23 Mar
In today’s Nigeria, where the rate of unemployment has reached high heavens, getting a job is an uphill task. Millions of youths are facing daunting challenges in their lives.
8 Feb
The plight of the Niger Delta has never been worse than it is now. They are a lot poorer than ever before.
8 Dec 2020
No matter what its critics may want to say, the Nigerian Army has been an important stakeholder and critical institution that has played a very significant and fundamental role
7 Jan 2020
Continued pipeline disruptions, delay in passing the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill (PIGB) as well as other issues, may drag necessary reforms needed for growth
20 Dec 2019
Nigeria is really at her worst perilous time in many ways than one. Insecurity remains the most challenging problem of mankind despite humanity’s outstanding and unsurpassed advancement in the field of science and technology
17 Dec 2019
The Federal Government yesterday reviewed the National Security Strategy (NSS) to find lasting solutions to terrorism, kidnapping, banditry, militancy
22 Oct 2019
Not surprisingly our pre-independence leaders chose a federal system of governance that will over time build a united but diverse nation of shared values of inclusiveness and national purpose.
17 Oct 2019
This is not an auspicious time to be asked to give a talk on any aspect of our national life. On a regular day, we may find seven to eight separate stories on any page of any of the national newspapers and all stories would all be negative – filled with bizarre stories of piracy, insurrection, militancy, armed robbery, kidnapping...
14 Jul 2019
President Muhammadu Buhari on Saturday said the Federal Government would continue to give priority to the training of officers and men of the armed forces to effectively tackle security challenges in the country.
29 Apr 2019
Whether one is concerned with value allocations or political system legitimization, how effective and efficient national security, electoral integrity, good governance and nation building are carried out in any society, have serious implications for the policing and prosperity of that society. It also determines the extent of the peace, democratic rules, security and sustainable development…
14 Dec 2018
Sir: Even though soldiers die at a moment's notice, many still do for the love of fighting for the country. When war breaks, commanding officers do not indulge foot soldiers with fairy tales but tell them eye-to-eye that they may die in battle. Yet, many go into battle and die unquestioningly with gung-ho spirit. How…
6 Feb 2017
He made this known while declaring open a one-day public hearing on the Bill for an Act to Amend the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency Bill in Abuja on Monday.

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