Public Affairs

Emir Sanusi’s wise counsel – Thisday

Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II

Converting mosques to temporary school facilities will do a lot of good The Emir of Kano, Mohammad Sanusi 11, recently advised northern governors to use mosques to offer primary education instead of constructing new classrooms in the midst of scarce ...

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Addressing the power challenge – New Telegraph


When in November 2013, the government of the then President Goodluck Jonathan unbundled and sold the power generating plants and 11 distribution companies from the Power Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), expectations were high that the new investors will bring ...

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Speed limiters – The Nation

Speed limiters - FRSC

Cost of installation and method of enforcement should be reviewed The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) has, after all, commenced enforcement of the installation of Automated Speed Limiting Device in all public transport vehicles. The proposal had been on the ...

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Minimum wage conundrum – New Telegraph


Long before the economy went into recession, the Nigerian labour movement, representing Nigerian workers, had long clamoured for minimum wage review especially in the public sectors. The reason for the agitation has been too obvious considering the rate of inflation ...

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The 661 rifles saga – Vanguard

The 661 rifles siezure

But for a chance encounter with eagle-eyed Customs officers, another batch of 661 illegal high-calibre rifles would have successfully entered the Nigerian heartland and deploy to worsen the already high rate of insecurity in the country. The made-in-China semi-automatic pump-action ...

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