Opinion

All Peoples Confusion (APC)

By Obi Nwakanma President Buhari and his party, the All Progressives Congress, APC, swept into office exactly a year ago on the powerful promise of ...

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Saving Nigerians from electricity distribution companies

By Chima Ugwuanyi  r After grappling over the decades. with the reform of the power sector by successive governments, committing trillions of Naira into it, ...

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Borrowing may be good for government, but…

By Daniel Asogwa Borrowing to finance budget deficits is not a bad idea provided it is not applied to recurrent consumption. The importance of government ...

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Who governs Nigeria?

By Reuben Abati During the Jonathan administration, an outspoken opposition spokesperson had argued that Nigeria was on auto-pilot, a phrase that was gleefully even if ...

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China plans to scam Nigeria with Yuan currency deal

By Max Amuchie China wants to lend Nigeria $2bn, but they want to give us in Yuan and not the dollar itself. They are not ...

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Leave matter for Matthias

By Reuben Abati   “I saw something yesterday. I thought it was a joke.” “What happened?” “Nigerians and their sense of humour; we always manage to ...

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How Obasanjo’s govt looted Abacha loot – Parts 1&2

By Dele Sobowale “Justice Mohammad Idris of a Federal High Court in Lagos has ordered President Muhammadu Buhari to hold all successive administrations since the return to civil rule ...

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Kachikwu, fuel scarcity and the promised land

By Philip Agbese If I were offered the position of the Minister of State for Petroleum at the time the current occupant, Dr Ibe Kachikwu ...

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Media campaign against Esther Ogbue: An instance of corruption fighting back

By Ted Matthews   Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, the Minister of State for Petroleum Resources has taken very far-reaching steps towards the effective implementation of ...

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Police Reform: Nigeria needs a 21st century Police force

By Emeka Chiakwelu The Police force is the physical embodiment of a representative government, the closest manifestation of democracy to the people.  It is not ...

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