Public Affairs

When will Ogoni clean-up begin? -Thisday

Government should live up to its promise in Ogoniland More than a year after the federal government launched the implementation of the Ogoni clean-up project, ...

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Ife varsity fraud: Students’ protests shameful – Punch

The Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, is in danger of lapsing into intellectual irrelevance. The students, lecturers and workers of the institution are pitting themselves against ...

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Justice for Rann 97 – The Nation

The Federal Government should, without delay, compensate the 97 citizens injured in the Rann accidental bombing On January 17, a terrible collateral damage occurred in ...

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Resolution of PDP crisis – The Sun

Most members of Nigeria’s former ruling party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), heaved a sigh of relief last week as the Supreme Court resolved the ...

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Abuja and the invasion of cows – Thisday

The authorities must enforce the law banning cattle grazing within the FCT On the front page of a national newspaper last week was a photograph ...

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FRSC shooting: IG, prosecute Abia speaker, killer cops – Punch

Impunity, lawlessness and disregard for human life are getting worse in Nigeria. Proof of this emerged on Saturday when police officers attached to the Speaker ...

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Jailed for contempt – The Nation

Two electricity firm’s managers bag three months without option of fine July 11, 2017 will remain indelible in the lives of the Manager and Marketing ...

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Kachikwu’s dilemma in ending fuel importation – Punch

Nigeria’s dependence on fuel importation is a Catch-22 situation. The paradox is defined by the nausea that Africa’s largest producer of crude imports a high ...

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Police problem – The Nation

It is becoming clear daily that the Federal Govt alone cannot fund the force IRONICALLY, the long arm of the law caught four policemen who ...

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Travails of Nigerians in Bakassi – Thisday

The government could do more to cushion the plight of Bakassi people Following heavy-handed laws and state-sponsored violence from the Cameroonian authorities, thousands of Nigerians ...

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