I want to go to London… to see Buhari


By Reuben Abati   When 15 million plus Nigerians voted for President Muhammadu Buhari in the 2015 General elections, their expectation was that he would be available to serve them 24/7/365, and that those who fielded him as their candidate had ...

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Whistle-blowing: The new oil well

AGF - Malami

By Jonathan Nda-Isaiah   Whistle blowing or in simple Nigerian language, “Amebo” used to be dangerous and demeaning.  You could lose your friends, people will find it hard to trust or confide in you or your nose might grow like ...

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NCC, Danbatta and public intellectualism


By Yakubu Musa Distinct commonalities often stand out in bold relief about most academics and intellectual heavyweights who find themselves in public service. They are usually transformational, out-of-box thinkers who swiftly roll out comprehensive blueprints, which encapsulate their vision and ...

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