Category: Public Affairs

NASS, this recess is very costly – Daily Trust

The National Assembly has been on recess for nearly two months now and from all indications, its members will seek…

6 hours ago

Abuja earth tremors and matters arising – Thisday

There is need for proper monitoring of all earthquake-prone zones in the country The recent outbreak of multiple earth tremors…

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Flooding: Coping with nature’s rage – Punch

In a season in which natural disasters have been wreaking havoc across the Americas and Asia, Nigeria has not been…

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Credible polls, please – The Nation

Any foreigner or Nigerian in the Diaspora who listened to the spokesman of the Nigeria Police Force, Mr. Jimoh Moshood,…

2 days ago

Between Discos and FG – Tribune

Nigeria’s electricity sector breeds anger. The citizens are frustrated that despite the sale of national assets to private businesses, electricity…

2 days ago

Kudos to Nigeria Prisons Service – Thisday

The Prisons Service deserves a pat for winning the Confucius Award After a barrage of negative reports, Nigeria recorded a…

2 days ago

The falling educational standards – Thisday

There must be minimum standards for the establishment of universities Given the manner in which many of the private universities…

3 days ago

Nigeria’s rising debt profile – Tribune

The Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mrs. Amina Mohammed, raised the alarm about the rising level of Nigeria’s debt…

3 days ago

Capturing the wealthy in tax net – Punch

The Federal Government’s renewed bid to widen the tax net by compelling the wealthy to pay their taxes appears to…

3 days ago

Pursue investments, not loans – Punch

The vigorous defence last week of the Federal Government’s borrowing binge by the Debt Management Office did little to assuage…

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