Public Affairs

Begin Ogoniland cleanup now! – Guardian

Against the backdrop of curious procrastination of the Ogoniland cleanup project by the Federal Government, announcement by the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo that International ...

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War against substance abuse – Daily Trust

Drug abuse has become a grave menace that requires a drastic and strong-willed approach, if it must be curbed in this country. In the last ...

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2019 polls: Demanding sea change in education – Punch

As presidential and governorship candidates mount the soapbox for the 2019 elections, Nigerians should seize the opportunity to engage them on pragmatic plans for a ...

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Chibok girls: Buhari’s call for foreign assistance – Punch

Realising belatedly that it is at its wits’ end in the quest to liberate the Chibok schoolgirls from Boko Haram captivity, it seems Nigeria might ...

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FG’s huge debt to oil marketers – Daily Trust

A major fuel scarcity ahead of the yuletide season may have been averted by the Federal Government which conceded to commence payment of its N800 billion ...

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Getting proactive – The Nation

Corruption fight: again, new template, preventive strategies required Hardly any Nigerian, except perhaps those who may have been marooned in outer space for an extended ...

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Pay them their dues – The Nation

Legislative aides who barricaded the National Assembly complex deserve their pay Injustice has always fuelled protests and, sometimes, led to conflagration. Hungry aides to federal ...

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When security votes spending turns genocidal – Punch

Spending of security votes without rendering account is criminality that most governors and presidents have indulged in since the start of the Fourth Republic. It ...

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Saving the National Sports Festival – Daily Trust

The 19th edition of the National Sports Festival commenced in Abuja few days ago amidst protests, spectator apathy, dilapidated facilities and shambolic organization. Poor attendance, ...

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2019 poll: Averting a catastrophe – Thisday

The future is precarious unless politicians end the spectre of impunity Apparently worried by a political environment suffused with mud-slinging, rancour, incitement and hate speech, ...

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