Public Affairs

IG, bring trigger-happy DPO to book – Punch

A Lagos-based family is now under the canopy of grief, no thanks to police brutality. Their son, Jamiu Ayoade, 23, was murdered last weekend by ...

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Evergreen – The Nation

Awo died 30 years ago. But thanks to the power of his ideas, he has continued to live On May 9, 1987, Chief Obafemi Awolowo, former ...

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Transiting from recession to growth – Punch

Battered by recession, Nigerians were buoyed recently by the optimistic appraisal that the economy will soon emerge from the woods. Governor of the Central Bank ...

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Implementation of 2014 Confab resolutions – The Sun

We consider it most thoughtful of members of the 2014 National Constitutional Conference to come together, as they did last week, to draw the nation’s ...

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Unacceptable acts – The Nation

Culprits in the Kano and Lagos rape incidents should be severely punished Two recent instances of reported rape further highlighted the depth of the social ...

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Illegal arms: Whistle-blowing to the rescue – Punch

Enamoured of the gains from the recent whistle-blowing policy in the recovery of looted funds, the Federal Government has extended it to the mopping up ...

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Dangerous delay – The Nation

The National Assembly should work on the appropriation for the sake of all It is absurd yet it is real. We are already in May ...

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Research and the universities – Thisday

There is urgent need to invest in research in the universities How can the link between universities and industries be strengthened in Nigeria? That was ...

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Renewed hope from freed 82 Chibok girls – Punch

The hope that practically all the Chibok schoolgirls kidnapped by Boko Haram Islamists in 2014 could ultimately breathe the air of freedom was renewed last ...

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Release of Ecological/Natural Resources Funds to States – The Sun

Respite recently came the way of states and local governments when the National Economic Council (NEC), at its meeting on April 27, decided that they ...

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