Opinion

Tomato scarcity as metaphor

By Reuben Abati One of the major news items in circulation has been the scarcity of tomato. Incidentally, Nigeria is (was) the 14th largest producer of ...

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And the truth shall make President Buhari free

By Reno Omokri Having worked twice at the Nigerian Presidential villa and once at the British Parliament, if there is anything I have learnt, it ...

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Herdsmen attacks and echoes of Enugu killers

By Femi Idowu I have been following with keen interest the development in the country over the unfortunate attacks on communities by suspected Fulani herdsmen. ...

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DMO: Driving efficient utilisation of borrowed funds

By Nkiruka Nnorom The Federal Government recently revealed plans to borrow N1.884 trillion from both local and international debt markets to fund the 2016 budget ...

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The Niger Delta Avengers

By Reuben Abati   Niger Delta Avengers is the name of a new group of militants in the Niger Delta who claim to be different from ...

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Elderly mischief makers seek to poison PDP

By Chris Ugwele Wordshot The other day it was Dubem Onyia and one other man. Today it was Ibrahim Mantu and Tunde Adeniran. They were ...

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Devaluation: As Osinbajo announces Buhari’s surrender…

By Wole P. Ajayi The recent announcement by the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo that ‘there must be some substantial re-evaluation of the foreign exchange ...

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Air Marshal Mohammed Umar (Rtd) as an achiever per excellence

By Bankole Sulaimon   President Muhammed Buhari’s anti-corruption crusade deserves our commendation and support especially with the prosecution of some perceived high and mighty in ...

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Social Media and the English Language

By Reuben Abati I get confused these days reading many of the posts on social media, and text messages sent through cell phones, because of the ...

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President Buhari, Cameron and Corruption

By Reuben Abati  “We have got the leaders of some fantastically corrupt countries coming to Britain… Nigeria and Afghanistan, possibly the two most corrupt countries ...

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