Public Affairs

Stemming dangers of carbide-ripened fruits – Punch

Forced ripening of fruits meant for human consumption, using dangerous chemical substances, is fast becoming a culture in this part of the world, despite its ...

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The Invasion of National Assembly – Thisday

Nigerians expect a higher commitment to the rule of law and respect for the critical institutions of state There is an urgent need to rise ...

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On a platter – The Nation

“Well, I could sustain my family because when I was in part three, I had my allowances which could take care of more than books and ...

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Education: Summit can’t fix funding gaps, priority does – Punch

A summit on funding education in the country will soon be held at the behest of President Muhammadu Buhari. It is premised on the belief ...

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Under the yoke of pork – The Nation

Niger State cannot pay its over 1,000 political appointees Niger State is the largest state in Nigeria. Formed in 1976, the state is home to ...

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Doing business with tears – Thisday

There is still much more to do to ease the business climate Going by the ‘2018 Investment Climate’ report by the United States’ Bureau of ...

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Fashola versus electricity DisCos – Thisday

All the stakeholders should work towards resolving the power problem After several months of giving excuses on behalf of the 11 electricity distribution companies (Discos), ...

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Payroll clean-up: Oyo-Ita, make the difference – Punch

It is curious that the verification of the federal payroll to fish out ghost workers is a never-ending undertaking. A new phase of it began ...

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Smith’s pledge – The Nation

Can the new Police Service Commission boss transform the force? Senate’s approval and effusive praise of President Muhammadu Buhari’s nominees as members of the Police ...

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NASS invasion: Buhari’s ominous descent into dictatorship

The horizon is looking ominous for Nigeria. Under President Muhammadu Buhari, the country is rapidly descending into a full-blown dictatorship. With scant regard for the ...

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