Opinion

Appreciating the dignity of Enugu Rangers

By Louis Amoke My recent encounter at Agubuowa, in Ezeagu Local Government Area of Enugu State, where I attended the funeral rites of late Mr. ...

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8 Buhari gaffes: The bad, the very bad and the ugly

A lot of us had at least one people’s ‘Bros’ around us while growing up.If he wasn’t family, then he was a neighbour or family ...

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The road lies in wait

By Reuben Abati “May we never walk when the road waits, famished” – Wole Soyinka, The Road   Two major road accidents in the last ...

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Creating fertile environment for investment to thrive: The Enugu State example

By Ralph Onuigbo     Enugu State is clearly getting attention when it comes to the likely destination of investment capital in both the domestic ...

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Financial discipline… Making every naira count.

By Kemi Adeosun   Discipline… it is all in the detail.   Economists have long found Nigeria to be something of a conundrum. The macro ...

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Nigeria: The Economic Upside

By Kemi Adeosun   Nigerians voted for change and to attain that change there is a need to do things differently, in the recognition that ...

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Buhari’s many failed promises

By Jim Lawson Moses When in 2015, President Muhammadu Buhari, PMB, won the Presidential election after a keen contest with the then incumbent President, Dr. ...

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Anything can happen in America

By Reuben Abati This is really exciting time in America; watching the drama of the 2016 Presidential nomination process from a distance, I find the contests, ...

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Ese Oruru, the girl-child and a nation’s shame

By Reuben Abati Three different incidents in the last week cast, poignantly, in bold relief the plight of the girl-child in Nigeria. Thanks to The Punch ...

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Grassroots development getting new impetus in Enugu State

By Amos Ugwu I have heard a number of good news from Enugu State in the few months of the present administration. The latest is ...

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