Public Affairs

As oil prices rise again – Daily Trust

On Tuesday last week, crude oil prices rose to about $61 per barrel in the international market, its highest since July 2015. There are indications ...

Read More »

Another consolidation? – The Nation

IMF’s recommendation that our banks should be recapitalised seems sensible Last week’s call by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Nigerian banks to raise fresh ...

Read More »

End the Plateau killing spree – Punch

Plateau State, quite often the theatre of mindless carnage, recorded yet another orgy of dastardly killings recently, leaving many to wonder when the bestiality and ...

Read More »

Open the books – The Nation

SERAP secures order compelling Saraki, Dogara to be accountable Again, the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), has taken up the responsibility of holding government ...

Read More »

Court BVN ruling: Saving genuine account owners – Punch

The war against money-laundering tilted a notch higher on October 17 when a court ordered banks to publicly publish all accounts that were not linked ...

Read More »

The state of the anti-corruption war – Tribune

Prior to the ascendancy of the Muhammadu Buhari government, Nigerians were indeed apprehensive about the state of their country. They were especially bothered by the ...

Read More »

State of emergency on our roads – The Sun

The recent resolution of the House of Representatives on the need for a declaration of a state of emergency on our roads is in order. ...

Read More »

Corruption: How Buhari is losing the war – Punch

President Muhammadu Buhari’s overhyped anti-corruption crusade has descended into chaos. On Tuesday, his integrity suffered a grave blow when the Head of Service, Winifred Oyo-Ita, ...

Read More »

Better late than never – The Nation

It’s cheering that closure has come to many civil war victims The judgment of the Community Court of the Economic Community of West African States, ...

Read More »

Granting voting rights to prisoners – The Sun

The plan to grant voting rights to prisoners and suspects in prison custody is positive in many respects. The decision was made known by INEC ...

Read More »