Public Affairs

The NBS report on bribery – Thisday

The report merely confirms that the roots of corruption in the police and judiciary are deep and wide The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) recently ...

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Morocco in ECOWAS? – The Nation

This should not be allowed because it can’t work Over a century after the liberation of the African continent from colonial bondage, it is unfortunate ...

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The challenge of remand homes – Thisday

The Government Remand Home, Sapele, Delta State, has had far less attention from the authorities than required and we can see the consequences. In 2013, ...

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Dambazau, curb corruption at Immigration Service – Punch

Just like many other public institutions, the Nigeria Immigration Service stinks of infernal corruption. Already, an exposé in the media that applicants are being fleeced ...

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NEITI and Nigeria’s excessive profligacy – Punch

Further proof, if any was ever needed, of the excessive profligacy of successive Nigerian governments, was provided recently by the Nigerian Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative. ...

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NNPC’s fake papers – The Nation

It cannot be business as usual in the big house of oil Although meant as a cautionary note, the statement put out by the Nigerian ...

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The search for missing persons – Thisday

The authorities could do more to end the anxiety of relatives Nigeria, last Thursday, joined the rest of the world to honour the disappeared and ...

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Beyond the autonomy of Auditor-General’s office – Punch

The environment for an effective public accounts scrutiny in the country does not exist. It is a coded message in the Audit Bill seeking administrative ...

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Rebuilding the Northeast – The Nation

 This requires a master plan as well as technology Rehabilitating the infrastructure ravaged by Boko Haram’s depredations, as well as the attritions of climate change, ...

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Pension scheme and threat of balkanisation – New Telegraph

The introduction of the Contributory Pension Scheme (CPS) 11 years ago by the Olusegun Obasanjo administration has, without doubt, led to an unprecedented transformation in ...

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