Opinion

Still on Aiteo’s corporate sponsorship of Nigerian football

By Ben Edokpayi Nigerians often view philanthropic gestures by corporate bodies with cynicism. This attitude is not out of place considering how often both the ...

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Gov. Ugwuanyi’s post mid-term spotlight

By Louis Amoke Recently, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi’s administration in continuation of its commitment to the entrenchment of good governance in Enugu State, took far-reaching decisions ...

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Gov. Ugwuanyi’s post mid-term spotlight

By Louis Amoke Recently, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi’s administration in continuation of its commitment to the entrenchment of good governance in Enugu State, took far-reaching decisions ...

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No to Edo Nomadic Grazing Bill

By Dan Owegie Last week,  the Office of the Governor of Edo State issued a statement endorsed by the Secretary to the Government, Osarodion Ogie, ...

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Lessons of Gov. Ugwuanyi’s visit to Mosque at Sallah

By Mohammad Audu I was astonished if not dumfounded when I read in the national dailies recently that Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State visited ...

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2019: Gov. Ugwuanyi and Enugu traders’ endorsement

By Louis Amoke There is no doubt that the indices of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi’s popularity and acceptance by the people of Enugu State are gathering ...

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Six facts they don’t want you to know about Saraki

Samuel T. Adakole pays tribute to the patriotism, statesmanship and significant achievements of the Senate President Bukola Saraki in his leadership of the upper chamber ...

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Why Aiteo’s sponsorship deal with NFF deserves accolades

By Uzor Amadi In April 1994, the Super Eagles (then named the Green Eagles) placed fifth in the FIFA World Rankings, the highest ever achieved ...

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Anti-Corruption: The role of media as a change agent

By Nuhu Ribadu I am happy to be in the midst of a gathering of journalists and media practitioners, today. I am especially glad that ...

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Democracy, Biafra and a sense of history

By Reuben Abati It is sad that many Nigerians today talk glibly about the possibility of a coup or of military intervention in politics.  They ...

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