Public Affairs

Some progress – The Nation

Ban on 41 items yielding fruits, but there is need to do more For a country that traditionally shells out scarce foreign exchange to import ...

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Super Eagles: The road to Russia – Tribune

THE Super Eagles have occasionally failed to meet the expectations of football-loving Nigerians, but they are going to the Russia  2018 World Cup on a ...

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The Apapa debacle -The Nation

Everything was said, everything was written and all manner of graphic illustrations had been deployed. Nothing seemed to sink; nothing worked, it all seemed like ...

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States and grazing prohibition law – Thisday

To stem the internecine violent clashes between herdsmen and farmers, some states have prohibited open grazing by livestock. With little variations that take care of ...

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Change should begin with education – Daily Trust

The Federal Executive Council [FEC] held a special retreat in Abuja last Monday on the challenges of education in Nigeria. The retreat had the theme: ...

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Abuja’s mockery of National Library project – Punch

Public interest has taken flight in governance as the country’s National Library is still operating in the rented apartment it moved into since 1995 when ...

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Go, Mugabe – The Nation

No fait accompli yet in Zimbabwe Many who think President Robert Mugabe has been ousted can dream in the form of the following folklore in ...

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Teaching and the education sector – Thisday

Education is too important to be politicised. There is need to clean up the system We stand with Governor Nasir el-Rufai in his efforts to ...

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Ritual killing – The Nation

The slaughter of Gusinu betrays how savage we have become It was horror compounded when a suspected ritual killer, 35-year-old Yewunu Tanlaju, gave an account ...

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Mugabe’s disgraceful end – Punch

Robert Mugabe, like his fellow travellers in that self-destructive adventure in power, was swept out of office by the tidal waves of history on Wednesday. ...

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