Public Affairs

Unrelated twins – The Nation

The first took place in Owo, Ondo State, in which 34 internet fraudsters were nabbed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Benin Zonal office. The EFCC recovered a trove of treasured loots, including

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Wipe their tears – The Nation

One key factor that aided the election of Candidate Muhammadu Buhari in the 2015 presidential election was the promise to end rampant corruption in the country. He is on record to have said if Nigeria does not kill corruption,

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Hammer down! – The Nation

Some 12 years after the earth-shaking sanitisation exercise undertaken by the Sanusi Lamido Sanusi-led Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), the current actors in the financial services sector appear to have learnt nothing, so to speak

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Quicker judgments – The Nation

The 9th House of Representatives has commendably been quite active in recent months, churning out bills that would have far-reaching consequences should they become law. One of such is: “A Bill to Amend the Court of Appeal Act,

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Vaccine drought

That states are running out of COVID-19 vaccines, and the Federal Government itself could be none the wiser, should shock no one.  Vaccine production and supply are completely out of local control.

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Good, but… – The Nation

A bill being considered by the House of Representatives to reserve legislative seats for women is most welcome in intention, but the implications must be thoroughly worked out to suit the present Nigerian socio-economic context.

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