Opinion

NLNG Prizes: Keeping the light of excellence burning

By Simon Ibe Many companies across the world often come up with programmes or initiatives aimed at positively impacting their societies and it has not ...

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Africa: A continent without democrats

By Reuben Abati The second wave of democratization in Africa, beginning in the 80s, and the gradual establishment of democracy as the new normal in ...

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Growing the Nigerian economy through the mobile & telecom sector

By Olukayode Kolawole Undoubtedly the giant of Africa – with an estimated population of 194 million people, Nigeria remains the largest mobile market in the ...

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Dear Senator Tinubu, Buhari has thrashed us all!

By Abimbola Adelakun On Tuesday, Senator Oluremi Tinubu, wife of the erstwhile strongman of opposition politics, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, expressed her frustration at how ...

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Judges, the law and our democracy

By Reuben Abati To expand the democratic space in Nigeria and to ensure the legitimacy and stability of our democratic process, the rule of law, ...

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Money-eating snake and other Nigerian ‘miracles’

By Abimbola Adelakun By now, almost everybody in Nigeria has heard, and, maybe, laughed out loud over Philomena Chieshe and her spiritual money-eating snake. The ...

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To NatGeo: A story idea on Nigerian animals

By Reuben Abati Dear Editor, NatGeo, I am a great fan of your magazine, National Geographic, and your sister platform, National Geo Wild, and your ...

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Of drowning men and national security

By Reuben Abati Jimoh Moshood, the current Police Public Relations officer in Abuja is probably the most unprofessional occupier of that office since 1999.  His lack ...

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What exactly is Babangida saying?

By Reuben Abati  The drama, the controversy, the confusion, the double entendre, attended by seeming cowardice, that grew around a statement, perhaps the statements, purportedly ...

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Deji Tinubu: A tribute by Asiwaju Tinubu

My nephew, Ayodeji Tinubu, died while playing a sport he so loved from childhood. He had a zest for the game just as he also ...

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