Consider public interest in policymaking, dons tell politicians
Prof. Lai Olurode of the University of Lagos and Dr. Arthur-Martins Aginam of Baze University, Abuja, have blamed the country’s deteriorating socio-economic situation on the failure of politicians
The Army language policy
Although in principle there may be some merit in the new local language policy recently proposed by the Nigerian Army, the idea of the army compelling all its personnel to be proficient in the three languages of Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba by December 2018 is largely contentious. It is also discriminatory, unrealistic and unlikely to…
Shareholders laud NASCON’s dividend payout policy
Okezie lauded the management for the improved performance achieved in 2015 financial year, urging fellow shareholders to support the new chairman.
Unfriendly policy regime besetting Nigeria’s digital drive, says forum
Till date, over $34 billion has been attracted in local and foreign direct investment into the nation’s ICT industry, currently contributing about 10 per cent to the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
Abuja natives seek scrapping of land swap policy, want indigenous minister
THE natives of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, under the banner of the Original Inhabitants Development Association of Abuja (OIDA), have asked the President-elect, Maj.-Gen. Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President-elect, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, to reverse the land swap policy of the present administration and appoint an indigene of Abuja as FCT Minister. They also…
South West PTA kicks against insurance policy in unity schools
THE National Association of Parents’ Teachers’ Association of Federal Government Colleges (NAPTAFEGC), South West Zone, has rejected what they described as the imposition of an unnecessary insurance policy scheme on students of unity colleges even as they urged standardisation of education in the country.