Public Affairs

The non-payment of N-Power volunteers – Tribune

While the intention that gave rise to the institution of the N-Power scheme by the Federal Government is noble and laudable, same cannot be said ...

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Stiffer sanctions needed to cleanse banks – Punch

A recent report on how three major banks paid a combined N200m in penalties to regulators underscores the weaknesses in Nigeria’s regulatory framework. For committing ...

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No more business as usual – The Nation

Fed Govt must ensure that its agencies submit budget estimates to National Assembly As if to remind Nigerians of how far some agencies of the ...

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South-east and the railway modernisation project – The Sun

The issue of the Federal Government’s external borrowing received a hearing at the Senate earlier last week.  The $5.851 billion loan request submitted by the ...

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Nigeria’s absentee lawmakers – New Telegraph

It was the Speaker of Kogi House of Assembly, Alhaji Umar Imam, who voiced out his frustration when he raised the alarm, recently, on persistent ...

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Dino burlesque – The Nation

Nigeria’s corruption champions revel at a bathetic book launch. It’s left to a long-suffering country to confront them headlong To start with, Dino Melaye’s book ...

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Death from generator fumes – Thisday

There is need for enlightenment campaign on the use of generators A widow and her three children in the Ikorodu area of Lagos lost their ...

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Fish out the fraudsters in NNPC – Punch

The recent scandal in the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation involving the disappearance of N11bn worth of petrol is another disturbing occurrence in a company to ...

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Doctors’ exodus – The Nation

Nigeria must address the challenges leading to migration of its doctors  For a country with an acute shortage of medical doctors, media reports that 10,000 ...

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Buratai’s alert not to be taken lightly – Punch

The rapid-fire warning by the Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, that soldiers should steer clear of politics is a timely reminder that Nigerian politicians ...

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