Public Affairs

Accessing TETFund, UBEC’s billions – New Telegraph

That palpable rot, especially as it concerns infrastructural and facility deficiency, cutting across primary, secondary school level and higher institutions of learning in the country, ...

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Curbing violence against children – Thisday

The law prohibiting violence against children should be enforced That the incidence of domestic violence across the country has extended to children is frightening just ...

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Economy: A half-year appraisal – The Sun

The Muhammadu Buhari administration has been facing an uphill task on many fronts since it came to power 26 months ago. It has been criticised ...

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The awaiting trial inmates – Thisday

There is an urgent need to decongest the prisons In what has become another season of lamentations by top government functionaries, the Minister of Interior, ...

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Arrest the situation now – The Nation

We support the call for demilitarisation of  Nigeria Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, has decried the extensive deployment of military personnel for ...

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Magu and Senate’s rascality – Punch

The Senate has ramped up its penchant for rascality and arrogance with two actions. In quick succession, it first passed a resolution asking the Acting ...

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Nigeria’s 23 million child brides – Tribune

It has emerged from the Common Country Analysis (CCA) report sponsored by the United Nations (UN) that Nigeria has 23 million child brides, the largest ...

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E-dividend – The Nation

Good times here for investors That more than nine million investors are yet to key into the electronic dividend payment (e-dividend) system shows that they ...

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Interest rate regime worth giving a second look – Punch

Nigeria’s double-digit interest rate regime is an enormous economic conundrum that has resisted persistent efforts of the authorities to tame. At the recent Monetary Policy ...

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Banks’ excess charges – The Nation

Time to go beyond refunds The disclosure by the bankers professional body – the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria (CIBN) that it had caused ...

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