Opinion

Re: Proposed $30bn loan: Avoiding the Eurobond curse

By Olutayo Isaac As an intellectual, I am inclined to appreciate the apparent hard work and research that must have gone into the article ‘’Proposed ...

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Challenges facing MSMEs in Nigeria

By Peter Osalor It is the responsibility of government to provide employment and security for the people, among other things. However, since government cannot provide ...

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Heritage Bank: A legacy of performance

By James Ume The story of the spirit of Heritage Bank varies in a positive way just as the conclusion by a vast majority of ...

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Can Ndigbo bounce back?

By James Eze     Before the Biafran War, Eastern Nigeria was one of the few regions of hope in black Africa. The World Bank ...

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Obasanjo and his sour grapes

By Monima Daminabo As if in a play-out of the cliché which holds that old habits hardly die, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo has returned to the ...

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The Second Coming of former President Goodluck Jonathan

By Dele Momodu   Fellow Nigerians, before I get into my main gist of today, let me quickly apologise for my inability to write this ...

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Tinubu, Ondo rally and the Yoruba ‘Sai Baba’ crowd

By Samuel Ajayi   If you are a poor reader of the nation’s political barometer, you might be forgiven if you believed yesterday’s APC mega ...

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Goodluck Jonathan: An exceptional statesman at 59

By Ikechukwu Eze Not many Nigerians would easily reconcile themselves to the fact that former President Goodluck Jonathan will be turning 59, on November 20. ...

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When lying against Obiano backfired – An eyewitness account

By Francis Igbokwe A poorly hatched plan to smear the governor of Anambra State, Chief Willie Obiano went awry midweek when the general public was ...

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If Chinua Achebe were alive today

By James Eze Today, on the day that would have been Chinua Achebe’s 86th birthday, I can’t help but wonder what would have happened if ...

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