Public Affairs

Good campaign – The Nation

Charlie Boy group’s advocacy for sound voter registration is the first crucial step to free elections  Any move to make voter registration impeccable is welcome; ...

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The NFIU controversy – Thisday

The authorities must intervene quickly to ensure that the country is not suspended The suspension in July, 2017 of Nigeria from the Egmont group, following ...

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Education: A state of emergency that matters – Punch

Education is at a crossroads in Nigeria. But it is a notorious fact that it only gets haphazard remedies from various stakeholders. In line with ...

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Unnecessary protests – The Nation

Citizens for and against Yusuf Usman’s reinstatement demonstrate an absurd side of democracy It was quite a shameful scene at the premises of the National ...

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The scandalous LG election in Kano – Tribune

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) was, this week, forced to wash its hands off last Saturday’s local government polls in Kano State following the ...

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APC panel report on restructuring – Punch

Nearly three years after winning elections, the All Progressives Congress seems to have capitulated to the agitation for restructuring the country. Already, a high-powered committee ...

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Remarkable progress – The Nation

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) recovered about N511.9 billion in 2017. This disclosure was made by the commission’s chairman, Ibrahim Magu,  at the ...

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Much ado about BASA agreements – Thisday

The BASA agreements are underutilised Without providing details, the Presidency announced last week that Nigeria had signed a Bilateral Air Service Agreement (BASA) with five ...

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Usman Yusuf’s reinstatement – The Nation

President Muhammadu Buhari gave fresh ammunition last week to the growing legion of critics who maintain that his war on corruption has been half-hearted and ...

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States’ rising budgets – The Sun

The 2018 budget estimates presented by most states are much higher than those of previous years, with most of the budgets already passed by the ...

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