Opinion

Examining the benefits of Bio-Safety Law in Nigeria

The benefits of having a Bio-Safety law that will improve the livelihood of farmers and promote food security in Nigeria were brought to the fore ...

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Phantom Auditor General’s Report and ‘N123billion Fraud’: In Defence of My Name

By Stephen Oronsaye   My attention has been drawn to yet another attempt at character assassination against my person by means of false allegations in a ...

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IMO 2015: still the same people

I have always asked myself questions and most times, the echo from same rebound inside my inner walls making it difficult running away. The same ...

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The cash, the jet and Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, by Fani-Kayode

Much ado has been made about recent events in South Africa concerning the Nigerian-owned jet that was found loaded with millions of dollars and that ...

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FirstBank: National Icon, Celebrated Globally

By Chidinma Igbokwe   First Bank of Nigeria Limited (FirstBank) is Nigeria’s premier banking institution and has been at the vanguard of banking innovation, modernisation ...

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Ihediohaphobia: Nightmare of the Opposition in Imo

By A.I.C. Akwarandu The word Ihedioha can be defined by the dictionary of the mind as anything that has the capacity of being successful even in the midst ...

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Open Letter to Chief Orji Uzor Kalu (2) By Emeka Obasi

RE: What happened to the ₦1 trillion Abia earned during your tenure (1999-2007)?   My second advise or infact warning, is that you should henceforth ...

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Poor WAEC result: Many saw it coming

After many years of witnessing a downward trend in student performance, the West African Examination Certificate (WAEC) results have hit an all-time low as 70% ...

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The Ameyo Adadevoh I knew, by Prof Odinkalu

On 19 July, I spoke to Ameyo Stella Adadevoh, the senior Consultant Endocrinologist and Physician, who has just died of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), ...

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Bamidele Aturu: In Memory of Advocate of the Masses By Yushau A. Shuaib

“No religion condones injustice as the Holy Scriptures abhor oppressors and condemn injustice. Check your Holy Book for guidance.” – Bamidele Aturu   That was a ...

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