Opinion

Anti-tobacco lobbyists and the culture of misinformation

By Isa Korede                           The idea of a multiple approach to tobacco control ...

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Financial inclusion: Reaping gains of sustained policies

As at 2010, only 36 per cent of adults in Nigeria, roughly 31 million out of the adult population of 85 million, were served by ...

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New transport policy: A lesson in self-indictment

By Fubara Dorte With the announcement by the Federal Government, early this year, that it was putting together a framework that would form the bedrock ...

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As The President Visits

By Amaechi Ugwele The President of the Federal Republic, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, is visiting Enugu State. Although it is supposed to be a PDP affair, ...

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Nigeria’s rebased GDP and the army of pessimists

By Azuka Onwuka     It seems there is a new club in Nigeria: National Association of Nigerian Pessimists and Cynics otherwise known by its ...

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The problem with Prof. Nwabueze, by Goody Uwazuruike

Chief Goody Uwazurike is the President of Aka Ikenga, the think-tank of Ohaneze Ndi Igbo. A lawyer, he is also a  delegate to the on ...

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The NIS Applicants tragedy by Rev. Chris Okotie

The big news this week was the inauguration of the National Conference, but the deaths of more than 16 young applicants who died in Abuja ...

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Nigeria’s unity and 2019 Igbo presidency By Mr. CLEMENT UDEGBE

THE Holy Bible gave us a principle which shall apply to all the prophecies about the break up of Nigeria come 2015.It is in a short ...

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