Public Affairs

‘Spray’ and be jailed – The Nation

A good attempt to preserve the Naira If the Bankers Committee succeeds in banning ‘spraying’ of money at parties, then it would have gone a ...

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Girl-child education in Nigeria – Thisday

Educating the girl child is of enormous benefit to the nation Aimed at highlighting and addressing “the needs and challenges girls face, while promoting girls’ ...

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Buratai and soldiers’ excesses in Plateau – Punch

In their attempt to unravel the circumstances of the disappearance of a retired Nigerian Army Major General, Mohammed Alkali, who went missing on September 3, ...

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Detention centres – The Nation

Monthly visits by magistrates will reduce the agony of detainees Chief Judge (CJ) of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Justice Ishaq Bello, deserves praise for ...

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The abandoned containers at Lagos ports – The Sun

In early 1975, Nigeria treated the entire world to an unseemly spectacle of gridlock and waste that has since been enshrined in the folklore as ...

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Still boring – The Nation

President Buhari’s speeches must lift Nigerians from despondency President Muhammadu Buhari lost a vital opportunity to inspire Nigerians when he delivered a drab 58th Independence ...

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Violent primaries and abuse of democratic process – Punch

Political parties last week went through primaries to select their candidates for the various elective offices in next year’s general election. Instead of a free ...

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The call masking challenge – The Sun

The report that Nigeria lost over $3billion or N1.06 trillion to call masking and other related infractions in the telecoms industry in the past 14 ...

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ASUU, salvage our university system – Punch

Disruption to the Nigerian university system is imminent. Upset that the Federal Government has again reneged on the long-standing agreement to revitalise the system, the ...

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An end to gas flaring? – The Nation

Last week, the Federal Government made what appears to be the final push to get major oil prospecting companies to stop flaring of associated petroleum ...

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