Opinion

The Economist, parachute journalism and “Indian incense”

In a recent article titled ‘Toothpick Alert’, the Economist penned a rather bizarre critique of the CBN Governor’s forex ban policy on some select import ...

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Excess Crude Account: Okonjo-Iweala’s conviction without trial

By Yemi Adebowale     On Thursday, July 23, 2015, the committee set up by the National Economic Council (NEC) to investigate the alleged “uauthorised spending” ...

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Rtd Commodore Yusuf Anas, a Eulogy…

By Group Capt. Edward Gabkwet     “Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and  a push in the right direction.” – ...

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An Open Letter to President Buhari: Why Ministry of Water Resources should not be merged  

Dear Mr. President,   I consider this write-up a rare privilege to express my gratitude for your emergence as the President of this great nation. ...

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Enugu residents upbeat as Ugwuanyi flags off activities

By Uwakwe Abugu In the past three weeks, the people of Enugu State have continued to witness  the unfolding drama of governance style that often ...

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Enugu: Task before the Economic Advisory Team

By Louis Amoke There is no doubt that the recent constitution of a 15-man Economic Advisory Committee by Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State to assist ...

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The new leadership and Nigeria’s innovation gap: The President needs a Chief Innovation Adviser (CIA)

By Osita Ogbu   A few years ago, a group of African scholars including myself with a sprinkle of international, non-African, colleagues gathered in Accra under the auspices ...

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Diezani Alison-Madueke deserves commendation, not condemnation

By Dafe Warriboko       The much awaited Price Waterhouse Cooper (PWC) forensic audit of NNPC and its subsidiaries has finally been laid bare ...

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How Will History Remember Okonjo-Iweala?

By Undung Pam   History, they say, is subjective. It takes on the life of whoever is writing it. But there are some events that ...

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The Economic illiteracy of Imam Bello

By Mark Chieshe   The challenges that have been thrown up by the over 50% drop in oil prices have produced a booming market of  ...

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