Opinion

The bleaching, chameleon crowd

By Reuben Abati   I wrote a piece recently, a tribute to the late veteran actress Bukky Ajayi and the multi-instrumentalist OJB Jezreel, in which I ...

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Okonjo-Iweala and cheap publicity

By Uzoma Ngozi   “How much easier it is to be critical than to be correct.” – Benjamin Disraeli, one-time British Prime Minister. “When your success hovers ...

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As Gov. Ugwuanyi takes development to rural areas

By Louis Amoke A critical review of the development trajectory of the present administration of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi in Enugu State points to the fact ...

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All protocol(s) observed

By Reuben Abati   Nigerians love events and ceremonies.  The engine of governance in fact runs on this special fuel, which in many ways has become ...

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The war against Saraki is bad for APC and Nigeria

By Samuel T. Adakole   Soon after he emerged Senate President against the preferences of the APC party establishment, Senator Abubakar Bukola Saraki – two ...

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Deepening democracy in housing for the common man – Lessons from Enugu State

By Uwakwe Abugu Since the inception of his administration on May 29, 2015, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has left no one in Enugu State in doubt ...

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Youth is no excuse

By James Eze   Speech delivered by James Eze, SSA to the Governor of Anambra State on Media, at a Youth Seminar Organised by the ...

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Gains of Gov. Ugwuanyi’s local govt reforms

By Louis Amoke   The recent submission of the report of the 11-man Committee on Local Government Staff Audit and Biometrics Data Capturing in Enugu ...

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An economy on the brink

By Henry Boyo A close study of our recent economic history will suggest that the current policies adopted by the Federal Government, particularly with regard ...

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Nigerians and the failed coup in Turkey

By Reuben Abati Turkey is about five hours away from Nigeria by air, about 2, 634 miles from here, but the night there was a ...

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