Public Affairs

Security selling arms to criminals! – The Nation

Time to streamline hiring of security personnel and to monitor arms meant to secure the nation The culture of impunity that led to the change ...

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Plight of soldiers in Boko Haram war, inexcusable – Punch

Over the past eight years, Nigerian soldiers have recorded mixed outcomes in the war against Boko Haram. In all this, the welfare of the troops ...

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Don’t discriminate against female cadets – The Sun

The reported termination of the admission of female cadets into the Regular Combatant Course of the Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) took many Nigerians by surprise ...

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Not in Miyetti Allah’s image – The Nation

State governments have the right to make laws to protect their citizens as they deem fit Going by reports credited to the Miyetti Allah Kautal Hor ...

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600 Nigerians on death row in Asia – Thisday

The authorities could do more to curb the boom in drug trafficking Barely one year ago, Legal Defence and Assistance Project (LEDAP), a human rights ...

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Let the consumers have meters please – Punch

The vexed issue of lack of meters for electricity consumers re-echoed last week when Kaduna Electricity Distribution Plc contracted three companies to provide 200,000 pre-paid ...

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Rating of Nigeria Police as worst globally – Punch

The heated debate over the incompetence or otherwise of the Nigeria Police Force will not subside anytime soon. At the weekend, three global think tanks ...

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Some progress – The Nation

Ban on 41 items yielding fruits, but there is need to do more For a country that traditionally shells out scarce foreign exchange to import ...

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Super Eagles: The road to Russia – Tribune

THE Super Eagles have occasionally failed to meet the expectations of football-loving Nigerians, but they are going to the Russia  2018 World Cup on a ...

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The Apapa debacle -The Nation

Everything was said, everything was written and all manner of graphic illustrations had been deployed. Nothing seemed to sink; nothing worked, it all seemed like ...

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