Opinion

Substance abuse, illicit drugs, the youth and our society

By Oliver Ejike Uja A man whose child was admitted into a psychiatric facility was downcast and lamented how he had been struggling to provide ...

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Senator Attai Aidoko, Sir – Legal quests or legislation?

By John Paul Recently, I embarked on a journey to Ugbamaka lgah, the ancestral home of senator Attai Aidoko representing Kogi East in the senate. ...

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Keystone Bank: Emerging whiz-kid on the banking block

By Felix Onajite Since the financial crisis that enveloped the global market a decade ago, the profitability and reputation of banks has been under tremendous ...

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The dreams of migrants

By Khoze Clement When the hope of getting even one meal for one’s family or an individual is impossible, desperation and frustration set in, one ...

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The Asaba Disgrace

By Reuben Abati “I think this is the first and last time I will come to Nigeria to compete. If you are not ready to ...

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The civilian equivalent of an incomplete military coup

By Sam Ohuabunwa Nigeria has experienced a couple of incomplete military coup d’états. An incomplete coup is one in which the intended objectives are not fully ...

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Stemming the carnage on our roads

By Oliver Ejike Uja The Nigeria Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in a release on February 20, 2018 stated that 2,489 people lost their lives in ...

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Ugwuanyi’s indelible footprints on Enugu’s Milliken Hill road

By Louis Amoke The recent inauguration of the ancient and historic Milliken Hill road, Ngwo, Enugu, newly reconstructed and modernized with street lights and other ...

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Ugwuanyi’s indelible footprints on Enugu’s Milliken Hill road

By Louis Amoke The recent inauguration of the ancient and historic Milliken Hill road, Ngwo, Enugu, newly reconstructed and modernized with street lights and other ...

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NELMCO’s example in public assets disposal

By Abdulahi Ibrahim Nigeria is a country witnessing many developments. In an era of many controversies, a positive aspect still appears in an obscure corner. ...

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