Public Affairs

Seek judicial intervention – The Nation

Rancour between senate and executive over Magu is unnecessary; whoever feels aggrieved should go to court Just like we advised on the dispute over the ...

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The NCS e-auction system – The Sun

The institution of the Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) electronic auction platform through which seized goods and overtime cargoes are sold to Nigerians in a transparent bidding ...

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Badoo impunity and the cult wars – Thisday

Policing emphasis has to shift from law enforcement to crime prevention to stem the tide of crime and mob justice They called him Think Twice. ...

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Anticipating changing Boko Haram terror tactics – Punch

Following recent fluctuating fortunes in the ongoing counter-insurgency campaign in the North-Eastern part of the country, Nigeria’s elaborate celebration of the defeat of Boko Haram ...

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The controversy over Budget 2017 – Tribune

In the past few weeks, the Nigerian public has been treated to an unseemly spectacle of incivility, marked by an exchange of unusually venomous words ...

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The menace of Badoo cult in Ikorodu – Tribune

Between June 2016 when it came to public notice and now, the notorious Badoo cult in Ikorodu, Lagos State, has reportedly killed 26 residents and ...

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Curbing cybercrimes in Nigeria – Thisday

There is need to enforce the cybercrimes act Information and Communication Technology (ICT) systems are now as basic to our lives as water and electricity. ...

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Tackling tax evasion, the Spanish example – Punch

Paying tax in Nigeria has always been a political hot potato. Apart from the formal sector employees captured in the Pay-As-You-Earn platform, a majority of ...

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Budgeting and abuse of legislative power – Punch

As usual, the implementation of this year’s budget has hit a tempest. The Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo, broached the matter when he signed the N7.44 ...

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New ‘power-pack’ for varsities – The Nation

An initiative that is better late than never The Federal Government is moving closer to fulfilling its promise to get more creative and aggressive about ...

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