Opinion

Ugwuanyi’s school feeding initiative

By Nwobodo Chidiebere When I heard the news that the government of Enugu State under Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has inaugurated a steering committee to pioneer ...

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Nigeria’s economy sinks deeper

By Crusoe Osagie With capacity utilisation in the manufacturing sector crashing below 20 per cent, Crusoe Osagie reviews the challenges of the ailing economy and ...

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John Kerry’s visit: Beyond the cover story

By Reuben Abati Essential elements of intelligence and the intelligence cycle in overseas relations include what is better described as “the cover story”. It is an ...

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As Enugu children appreciate Ugwuanyi over passage of Child Rights Bill into Law

By Louis Amoke The recent passage of the Child Rights and Responsibility Bill into law in Enugu State by the State House of Assembly was ...

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In Nigeria, square pegs are for round holes

By Babajide Alabi There is no doubt that there are fifth columnists in the All Progressive Congress (APC) led government of President Muhammad Buhari. One ...

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Paying tribute to O. J. Abuah

By Reuben Abati Life is all about memories. It is the only thing we are left with when flesh and spirit depart the earthly plane, and ...

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CBN and economic diversification

By Abdulkadir Musa The Nigerian economy, prior to the advent petro-dollar (oil boom) years of the 1970s was basically agricultural based. Agriculture contributed about 65 ...

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Is this the change we voted for? Yes, it is!

By Garba Shehu   The last couple of weeks have witnessed the heaviest public criticism of the Muhammadu Buhari administration since he came to power ...

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The parable of the husband’s cane

By Reuben Abati   One other outcome of our democratic experience since 1999 is how demanding and insatiable the Nigerian voter has become, and because political ...

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Welcome to “Mai Chanji”

By Fani-Kayode “Their HATE for President Goodluck Jonathan justifies the suffering in the land. Recession matters not. Hunger matters not. Loss of jobs matter not. ...

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