Opinion

The needless vendetta in Buhari’s anti-corruption crusade

By Sufyan Abbas Mohammed I am a very proud Nigerian in spite of our challenges and our not-so-pleasant external image. Very few countries have what ...

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Before a new flag carrier takes off – Punch

From the ruins of Nigeria Airways, a new national carrier might soon emerge with the resolve of President Muhammadu Buhari to do so. At his ...

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Mr President: Soon states will seek another bail-out

As a child, I came in contact with bail-out when a relative was held behind bars and my dad making efforts to secure his release. ...

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Buhari, Security Chiefs and 3 months’ deadline

By Yushau A. Shuaib While decorating the new service chiefs with their new ranks on August 13, 2015, President Muhammadu Buhari charged them to defeat ...

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Helping Ugwuanyi to build Enugu

By Emmanuel Onwubiko May 29th 2015 marked a political watershed in the political annals of Nigeria in that for the first time since over half ...

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In Enugu, accountability, fiscal discipline take center stage

By Louis Amoke It is gladdening to note that Enugu state under the leadership of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi has witnessed a remarkable level of financial ...

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Why President Buhari is the obstacle to war on corruption

By Remi Oyeyemi   “…. whoever that is indicted of corruption between 1999 to the time of swearing-in, would be pardoned” – President Muhammadu Buhari, ...

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Okowa, DESOPADEC and vested interests

By Fred Omanufeme It was Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi, the former Central Bank Governor (now Emir of Kano) who in January 2014 enriched our political lexicon ...

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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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