Opinion

Ugwuanyi’s development trajectory and 2017

By Louis Amoke A review of the activities of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State in 2016 towards the advancement of good governance and provision ...

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Payment of N5,000 by FG creates an officially-recognised ‘begging class’

By Dele Sobowale   “If we were a soft society then we would already have perished. A soft people will vote for those who promised ...

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The Zoo in Aso Rock

By Adewunmi Emoruwa A Miracle can be described as an illogical occurrence that contradicts prevailing conditions or accepted reality. Nigeria is experiencing harsh times, we ...

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Nigerian prophets and New Year prophecy galore

By Abimbola Adelakun One of the rituals of the Christmas and New Year celebrations I have come to look forward to over the years is ...

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Nobody comes to Abuja to read

By Reuben Abati   I thoroughly enjoyed reading Pius Adesanmi’s “A Nigerian, Library and Lawmakers” (Sahara Reporters, December 24). I will like to add a footnote ...

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Buhari vs. IPOB: Tugging at Nigeria’s fragile seams

By S. Okey Mbonu                                                                                                                                                                    Can One Kill an Idea Through Coercion? “Injustice anywhere is injustice everywhere”, and “he who holds ...

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NCC, Web Jurist Award and the Phillips Project

We are not trying to claim ownership of the second part of that caption, the Phillips Project but the truth remains that over a decade ...

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Babachir: Buhari should get to the root of it

By Zayyad I. Muhammad Jimeta President Muhammadu Buhari’s stance on corruption is indisputable judging by his government’s genuine and commendable efforts to tame the vice. ...

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Nigeria: A graveyard for pensioners

By Charles Nwaogaraku Nigeria is a big fraud and this explains why politicians, political office holders, technocrats and their cronies see the country as a ...

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Before MMM, Nigerians were already greedy and vulnerable By Abimbola Adelakun

Over and over again, we have been admonished not to make fun of poor folks who were dupes of the now faltering Ponzi scheme, MMM. ...

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